Meet The Team

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TOM HONAN

Host/Producer

 

Executive producer, Live Space Entertainment, a concert production company based in Central NY (www.livespaceentertainment.com), producing shows throughout the northeast.  He is also a published photographer with photos appearing in Elmore Magazine, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band founder John McEuen's autobiography, the documentary "Music From Hurley Mountain" featuring Professor Louie and the Crowmatix, Syracuse Post Standard, WAER (NPR) radio website, various television news/features programs and several CD packages and posters.  Executive Producer of the album "High Hopes, a tribute to Jimmy Van Heusen."  He is also a regular guest on regional TV and Radio programs including Harlem Community Radio, WKZE in the Hudson Valley and Bridge St. TV program in Syracuse.

Tom has earned two Syracuse Press Club Awards (both with Chris Bolt, news director, WAER).  One for an interview with Jimmy Webb, Kim Campbell and Ashley Campbell and one for covering the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock.

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TODD HOBIN

Engineer/Co-Owner, Hobin Studios

 

Todd Hobin is an award-winning singer-songwriter, painter, illustrator, composer and studio executive.  As a touring musician,  his band has shared the stage with the Allman Brothers, Beach Boys, Hall and Oates, Dave Mason and many others.  Todd served as musical director and lead songwriter for the influential, nationally syndicated children's TV series Pappyland.

In addition to post-scoring films and videos, Hobin has written and produced for clients as diverse as Coca-Cola, Hershey Park, ABC-TV and Tri-Star Pictures.  He has also scored and produced many audio books.

www.toddhobin.com

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MATT HONAN

Social Media Manager/Web Designer

 

Well-versed in Logic Pro X, Format, Final Cut Pro X, and various photo editing programs. Studied Audio Production/Technology at American University, Washington DC. He has over a decade of experience with playing and performing on the Alto Saxophone and has received regional awards from the Massachusetts Association for Jazz Education. He was lead Alto in the nationally competitive 2 O'Clock Jazz Band of Wellesley High School, and was featured in the winners showcase at the Berklee High School Jazz Festival.