Notable collaborations include David Ryan Harris on the recently released Crystal Bowersox debut (Lovely Wont Come Around), Jorgen Elofsson on the song Stronger from the Kelly Clarkson album (Stronger), Brian Kennedy on the forthcoming single from John West (Already There). Ali resides in LA but is often in Stockholm working on projects with her mentor Jorgen and has since she signed with Perfect Storm Music Group had the opportunity to work with many artists, songwriters and producers worldwide.
Born in South Florida, Ali was a student of music, mastering vocal skills as well as several instruments and feels blessed to have the opportunity to express herself through her music. At 14 she was discovered in Miami by Marty Cintron, famed lead vocalist for the hit group No Mercy. After producing her demo he introduced her to legendary, Grammy winning producer, Frank Farian who signed her to his label, AME. While recording in Miami, Ali met iconic producer Jim Jonsin and was signed as a singer-songwriter to Rebel Rock. She collaborated with Jim and Rico Love on Beyonce's I Am Sasha Fierce (ìSave the Heroî) released in 2009. Tamposi graduated from SAE (School of Audio Engineering in Miami) and acquired certification in Production and Audio Engineering.
Jesper Jakobson, born in the northern region of sweden in 1983 , started his first band at the age of 14. From there on carving a path leading to collaboration with legandary songwriter Jörgen Elofsson and Perfect Storm Music Group.
Through The Music Production Academy in Örnsköldsvik and four years of developing at Musicano Music in Visby, Jesper's road finally lead him to Stockholm. He got hired as an inhouse producer for Elofsson in 2010, a position that one year later turned into a signing deal with PSMG.
Amongst other songs, Jesper has had cuts on Austrian Idol-winner Oliver Wimmer, Swedish artist "Tuesday" and Spanish artist "Edurne".
Recently Jesper made his debut in the Japanese charts with the song "Bad Girl" (Elofsson/Jakobson/Dyson), earning him a no.1, four times platinum-selling album signed Girls Generation. Also no.3 on the global abum charts.
Independent, fiesty, talented, determind and an over all lovely person , please meet Lauren Dyson, its hard to believe she can fit all of that into her petite 5ft frame. She has an energy that producers/writers and artists love to be surrounded by in the studio, resulting in her being called back time after time.
Lauren Dyson is a young talented singer/songwriter from the UK currently living in Stockholm, home of some of the most talented pop producers and writers in the world. Just over 3 months ago she signed her publishing deal with Jorgen Elofsson ( Britney, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis, Westlife) at Perfect Storm Music Group . In that short period of time Lauren has secured a second single with EMI/Virgin for new priority artist Ladolla in the UK. Lauren has also just scored a number 1 album in Japan with Girls Generation with her track 'Bad Girl', going onto to be certified triple platinum selling over 1 million copies. They also made a music video made for the track amassing over 5 million views in just one month. She is already making a name for herself in Sweden, as she is in high demand as both a top liner and a singer. Lauren moved to Sweden where she is already in high demand as both a writer and a singer , with a voice that brings to life every song she sings, Lauren has a real passion and tone to her voice that is instantly recognisable and powerful. She is working with artists from Germany/London/America/Holland and as far away as Japan. She now has her sights set on the US where she hopes to continue the momentum.
Corey Bush was born on August 26,1979, and grew up in Brea California. Bush has always had a dream of one day touring, writing, producing, and being recognized as a household name in the music industry. His dream has finally become a reality.
Corey was in many bands growing up, and frequently played gigs in LA and Orange Country at venues such as The Press Box, Hoggie Barmichaels, The Shack, House Of Blues, The Viper Room, The Cat Club, The Whisky, The Key Club, The Roxy, and the Avalon for audiences of up to 3,000 people. It was not long before local musicians began recognizing Bushs talent and he was approached to be a part of a national tour which would headline the Jaegermeister mobile stage. During this tour, Corey played gigs such as Metal Mayhem at Glen Helen, and shared the stage with headliners including Slip Knot, Disturbed, Dragon Force, Machine Head, and Mastodon in front of audiences up to 20,000 people. In 2010 he opened up for KORNs Album Tour at the 10,000 seat Robobank Arena, and he started to live his lifelong dream.
In the first quarter of 2012, Bush was approached by his former bandmate Daniel Martin to open up a Recording Studio in Anaheim California. It was then that Bush and Martin began branding themselves as a writing team called the Assassination. They worked for months developing an artist that recently landed a record deal with Trauma 2 Records, and the music that Bush and Martin produced for this upcoming artist became quickly recognized by Publishers, Managers, and other industry professionals. This was the launch pad for their songwriting career with Perfect Storm Music Group. The Assassination signed their deal with PSMG in the first quarter of 2013, and their day jobs today are songwriting and producing for some of the biggest names in music.
Daniel Martin has been referred to as a hidden gem by dozens of musicians from the OC and LA music scene. International artists and writers have traveled thousands of miles to write, record, and have their music produced by Martin. Since opening his first recording studio in 2009 Daniel has engineered or produced hundreds of artists including: Fly Radio, Jaimee Jaymes, A Sound Aside, All Else Failed, Vadim Taver (album released in Japan by Fallen Leaves Records), and a variety of other upcoming artists on the current pop, country, and rock mainstream scene. In addition to producing records, Daniel has composed original pieces of music for the upcoming web series The Dudely Jones Comedy Tribe, and has IMDB credits for several independent short films such as Murderabillia, Sarahs Friend, and Lilium. Martin has the natural ability to create original scores and beats for Television, Film, Video Games , Web Series, etc..
Daniel received a certificate of recording and music production from Fullerton College in 2003, and later continued his music education at UCLA, studying under Grammy award winning producer, Jeffery Weber. During his time at Fullerton College, Martin formed a local rock band that headlined community concerts and showcased at West Coast venues such as the Viper Room, the Whisky, the Key Club, the Avalon, and the Robobank arena in front of audiences as large as 10,000 people . One of many notable performances was opening up for Korn in 2010 with fellow PSMG writer and current business partner Corey Bush. Martin has been on the artist side and the production side of the business and has the life experience and education to create hits and develop any artist from the ground up. In January of 2012 Daniel teamed up with his former bandmate Corey Bush to open up ReAmp recording studios, and it was then that Martin began recording, producing, and songwriting full time. Daniel and Corey began branding themselves as a writing team called the Assassination, and worked for months developing an artist that recently landed a recording deal with Trauma 2 Records. The music that they produced for this upcoming artist became quickly recognized by Publishers, Managers, and other industry professionals, and was the launch pad for their songwriting career with Perfect Storm Music Group. The Assassination signed their deal with PSMG in the first quarter of 2013, and their day jobs today are songwriting and producing for some of the biggest names in music. Daniel Martin is on the uphill climb and will have Grammys lining his walls in the very near future.He looks forward to a long career in the music industry and respects the opportunity to do what he loves for the rest of his life.
Peter Amato is an arranger, producer, music programmer and songwriter from New Orleans, Louisiana.
Peter arrived in Los Angeles in 1991 and signed his first publishing deal with Jolene Cherry the next year. After two years with Jolene, Peter moved on to Deston Songs and was the first writer signed to Desmond Child. During his three years with Deston, Peter wrote and produced for such artists as Ricky Martin, The Baha Men, and many others.
In 2000 Peter signed his third publishing deal with Chrysalis. After 2 years Peter left Chrysalis and has gone on to work with some of the most renowned artists and writers on the entertainment scene today including LeAnn Rimes, Michael Bolton, Miley Cyrus, Matthew Gerrard, Robbie Nevil, Steve Diamond, Victoria Shaw, Darrell Brown, Shelly Piken and many more.
Anders Lystell, born and raised at the west coast of sweden in 1981, started his music career in early years banging on the drums. The music palette grew fast and years of touring and writing led to being hand picked by well renowned songwriter Jörgen Elofsson and Perfect Storm Music Group.
Through The Music Production Academy in Örnsköldsvik and four years studying at the Royal Music Academy, Anders focused on writing and producing leading up to signing a deal with PSMG.
Chris Winston is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer from Los Angeles, USA
Chris was born in the Bronx NYC and soon after his family moved to Los Angeles where he was raised with music all around him. He started taking piano lessons at the age of 4, then in his teens he taught himself bass and guitar. In his early high school years, he began engineering and producing music with/in a home studio, then he moved back to New York City to work for Sony Music Studios. At Sony, he assisted some of the top music engineers in the business, honing his skills as a music producer. Then he moved back to Los Angeles to compose music for television and film. After working with several clients in the commercial and film world, Chris pursued his dream and started his own music production company. Chris opened ON Music and Sound in Santa Monica, California, a full service music production shop with a state of the art recording studio. With ON Chris has been able to take all of his studio and technical knowledge along with his musical talents to create the ultimate home base for music production.
Shep Solomon attended the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York City. Upon graduation, he formed two bands, which were signed to EMI and SIRE respectively.
During this time, Sheppard co-wrote material with other songwriters. Solomon decided to focus on songwriting full-time and went on to achieve 14 Top #3 single positions in the UK and Europe, including his second #1 UK single "Don't Stop Movin'". This single also secured Solomon a BRIT Award for "Song of the Year". Solomon returned to song writing in the United States, co-writing cuts with artists such as Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Celine Dion and Enrique Iglesias. He then went onto write Ryan Cabrera's "True" which charted at #4 CHR Pop and won Solomon a BMI award for Best Song. Solomon wrote the song Shiver for Natalie Imbruglia which went onto be a #1 Pan European airplay hit and Paris Hilton's first single "Stars Are Blind" which was a worldwide top #5 single. He has been also working with American singer Jessie Malakouti. In 2011 Solomon's releases include the UK Top 10 radio track Wonderland's 'Not a Love Song,' (Mercury UK) One Direction's 'Tell Me a Lie,' (Syco UK) and J-Lo's 'Everybody's Girl' from the Love Album (Island Def Jam). To date, Shep has had 140 of his songs recorded and released worldwide.