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Kevin Schallie - CEO
Kevin Schallie began his career in the music industry in the early 2000’s. As a musician himself, Schallie gained experience in production through personal endeavours – booking tours throughout Canada and the United States. Coinciding with his passion for music, Kevin developed an interest in finance, which led him to graduate from UBC’s Sauder’s School of Business Mortgage Brokerage Program in 2005. Schallie began utilizing both skill sets in 2012 when he joined Rednyne Productions, founded by Christian Aldred and Ryan Kennedy. Since then, he has produced thousands of shows across Western Canada, working closely with hundreds of artists. Kevin is dedicated to providing artists with the tools they need to flourish in the global music industry.
Booking agent + Marketing manager
Genre(s): INDIE-POP/SINGER-SONGWRITER/ FOLK
Shania Coombs’ love for music started from a very young age and has continued to be an ever-growing passion. Growing up with a deaf mother, she became well aware of some inconsistent inclusivity within the music industry. With that, she put forth a goal to make the music scene more easily accessible and inclusive, in particular within live shows. She first fostered that goal by building her skill set at Nimbus School of Recording and Media, Graduating from the Music Business program in early 2017.
Since then, Shania has started up her own non-profit that provides live music events, workshops, and classes for the deaf and hard of hearing community. In addition, she has worked as an admin assistant and volunteer coordinator with Chapel Sound and Nancy Lee Productions on various live shows and festivals (CURRENT, Chapel Sound Long Weekend), written music articles and conducted interviews with artists for local media companies, and has provided marketing management for Sons of Granville. Shania is currently fulfilling her goals within the music industry with her roles as a marketing manager and booking agent at Live Acts Canada.
Anthony "Aye1ne" Cormier is a Recording Artist from Vancouver Island (Victoria). He was first inspired by music back in 1985 when he was introduced to the sounds of Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5. Growing up in the early 90's, Anthony was introduced to music at a very young age.
Anthony "Aye1ne" has been a Recording Artist in Vancouver since 2011. Performing at many different venues in Vancouver and the surrounding area from Downtown to Chilliwack. While gaining respect along the way from his peers and building solid relationships with people as the years went by, Aye1ne decided to challenge himself and step into a role that he was not familiar with. For a little over 6 months, Aye1ne ran a very popular open mic night in the heart of Downtown Vancouver at the corner of Seymour & Davie Street in 2017. The event itself ran every Wednesday night and proved to be a huge success, having every night end with a full set list of performers. The role itself gave Anthony a look into the position of being an event host/coordinator and allowed him to see the other side of the music industry. Anthony is now looking to take all the knowledge and experience he has learned over the years and apply it to helping out the scene and other local artists in the area gain the proper experience and exposure they need to follow their dreams.
Emily Clarke has had a passion for music for as long as she can remember. Ever since her father took her to her very first concert (Avril Lavigne), her love for live music began. After spending over a decade obsessing over lives shows and volunteering at every local festival she could get her hands on, she decided to pursue a career in the industry.
In 2017, Emily moved to Vancouver and attended Nimbus Recording & Media, graduating from the Music Business program. Since then, Emily has been a yearly stage crew volunteer at the Vancouver folk festival and working in marketing for Blueprint. Emily is looking forward to combining her experience and passions to create shows that highlight Vancouver’s local artist scene. She is hoping to create more shows that showcase all types of women in this male dominated industry.
Emily Ryan was first inspired to be part of the music industry when, as a teen, her parents introduced her to classic rock bands from the 60’s and 70’s. Listening to, and reading about, bands such as Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and Black Sabbath guided her decision to pursue a career as a producer, and work in recording studios. After graduating high school, she enrolled in the 16 month Advanced Audio Engineering and Record Production course at Nimbus School of Recording and Media in Vancouver. While at Nimbus, Emily fell in love with the engineering side of record production, making her determined to become an engineer at a busy commercial studio. Once her course at Nimbus was completed, she moved to London, England, to gain valuable work experience and to shadow some renowned engineers and producers. Upon arriving back in Vancouver in the fall of 2018 she was offered a job at Rain City Recorders. It is here that Emily works as an assistant engineer, recording mainly rock and metal bands. She has also started managing artists in her spare time. Through production, engineering, management, and bookings, Emily has hopes of maintaining a thriving rock and metal scene in Vancouver.