Tom Walker (President/EP) was a Founder, the President and Executive Producer of Digital Café Tour, the company that started the small concert video trend. Tom was recently second unit Director and Producer of network television show, Wonderama, as well as Music Producer for Emmy-nominated FOX5 television music competition – New York’s Star of the Day with Ernie Anastos. Tom was credited as second unit Director and Producer of BBC’s feature Nashville, for the segment on legendary music producer, Bob Johnston. Previously he was Director of Creative Affairs at Batfilm Productions, as well as working in development for Frank Oz Productions at Orion Pictures. Tom is the front man and creative leader of Friday’s Child, one of the most innovative Indie artists of the late 1990’s to early 2000’s. Under his leadership, Friday's Child spearheaded the DIY music movement, becoming one of the best-selling Indie artists in the US and headlining and selling out venues across the country. Tom also has considerable experience in financials markets and private equity, having been at the center of $1 billion in asset-backed securities transactions. Tom is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Film and Television program.
Lee Frankel (Talent & Venues/EP) has two decades’ experience as a successful venue owner, talent booker, and live concert host at The Crossroads in Garwood, New Jersey. He founded Rockmore Entertainment, which books acts for large festivals and provides band management while also producing outdoor concerts for numerous towns and counties.
Rob McNeely (Legal & Business Affairs/EP) was also one of the Founders of Digital Café Tour. An Entertainment Law attorney at Messer Caparello, P.A., in Tallahassee, Florida, he represented Creed through more than 20 million albums sold and two world tours. He has represented dozens of other artists, producers, songwriters, and related entertainment companies. Rob also speaks regularly on music, copyright, and other intellectual property matters at various conferences, and teaches a highly popular course in Entertainment Law as an Adjunct Professor at the Florida State University College of Law.