Team Inspiration

Motivate & inspire your team.

When it’s all about your success, why should anyone on your team get excited? As an artist everything emanates from you. This is a fact that so many artist forget. It’s your dream that your team is helping YOU to create and achieve your goals.

The working and creating process doesn’t stop with the music or the performance. Your team players are motivated to help expand your career. A career that is very much determined by how much you value yourself and how much you value them.

Inspire everyone to help you get to where you believe you want to be. By having a vision that you want to aspire to helps to enhance the vision that your team has for you.  As an artist, you have a responsibility to let everyone on your team be reminded about their valued towards your success. That you are not taking their time and work for granted but that you appreciate them and are motivated by their value and expertise.

It’s important to know who “has your back” vs someone who is just there for the money. So many artist and creatives don’t realize the time and energy that is placed into advancing their career. The various team-mates job may seem easy and simple, but in most case it is more to the task than it seems.

Motivation is really the key to overcome the barriers to your success. You have to maintain your focus in order to break through the barriers and meet each goal. Your personal state of motivation is the key of success towards every goal that you set.


Producer Scott Erickson and Artist Alexander Acha

The process of recording Alexander Acha’s album “La Vida Es” in Los Angeles with Producer Scott Ericson, Alexander carried around a video camera and recorded EVERYTHING! Alexander edited this together and it’s now up for you all to see what happened during all those months.

With stellar musicians Lee Sklar, Tim Pierce, Randy Kerber, Lisa Dondlinger, Jeff Nathanson, Alejandro Carballo, Prague Symphony Orchestra and more.

Lynne Fiddmont - Groovy People

“Groovy People,” is Lynne’s take on the Philly Soul finger-popper from `76 penned by legendary team Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff for the late, great Lou Rawls. Making the song more her own, Lynne takes the groove in a decidedly more Motown direction, even using Diana Ross’ background singers Valerie Pinkston, Lamont Van Hook and Fred White. She also puts a deeper spin on that pesky term “groovy.”

Her rendition of “Groovy People” affirms the timeless importance of knowing who your real friends are and bundling yourself in their abundance of love.

Extraordinary musician Terry Wollman offers up a 25 year musical retrospective with his upcoming albumThe Very Best – Silver Collection“. The first single “Welcome to Paradise” ( Going for adds April 14, 2014) is a blend of smooth jazz, latin-salsa, world beat, and adult contemporary pop, all served up in a single, consistent sonic landscape. With help from Dave Koz, Greg Manning, John Robinson, Luis Conte, and Abraham Laboriel, Wollman’s guitar work is showcased brilliantly and it will take you on a musical ride.

Terry Wollman has released 5 albums and with his single “Mandela” going all the way to number one. An acclaimed songwriter, composer and producer, he has worked with: Keb’ Mo’, Dave Koz, Melissa Manchester, Dionne Warwick and many more.

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Terry Wollman: A Joyful Noise


Terry Wollman debuts his first ever Christmas Album  “A Joyful Noise. Available for downloadon iTunes Nov 1.

Ricky Z, "The Long and Dusty Road"

Ricky Z. is rocking out with his first single “Something to See” from his forthcoming album “The Long and Dusty Road”. Ricky is singing and playing guitar on the song, a fun track co-written with Rosie Casey. The single will be available to Buy on iTunes Friday February 24 and the album is released March 12.

Musicians credits:
Ricky Z. guitars, vocals, percussion.
Ed Roth wurlitzer, B3 organ.
Walfredo Reyes Jr. drums.
Bill Lanham bass guitar.