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RRFC Endorsements Page 9

Recording Connection

We are an industry sponsored school, backed and supported by some of the biggest names in film, music, and broadcasting. The following men and women support us and are in partnership with us as our mentors or as endorsers:


Phil Green

Phil Green

Phil has been making music and producing house and down tempo since 1991. Currently, Phil is the Chief Audio Engineer and Owner of Greenteam Media Recording Studio.

Rick Naiser

Rick Naiser

A Master Engineer, Rick has worked with Down, Juvenile, Phil Anselmo, Mystikal, Yo Yo Ma, and many others.

1500 or Nothin

1500 or Nothin

Credits: Grammy Winner: Bruno Mars, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Ray J

Scott Lee

Scott Lee

Scott has worked on multiple Gold and Platinum albums by SWV, Johnny Gill, Tyrese, B2K, Brian McKnight, Petey Pablo, and Faith Evans.

Steve Addabbo

Steve Addabbo

Clients include Olivia Newton John, Bo Diddley, New York Dolls, Gov’t Mule, and many more.

Steve Foggin

Steve Foggin

Steve has engineered with a wide range of artists, including R. Kelly, The Who, Rolling Stones, The Muppets, Lucy Lawless, Yolanda Adams, Smokey Norful, Keanu Reeves, Doc Reeds

Todd Fitzgerald

Todd Fitzgerald

Todd has worked with Lenny Kravitz, James Blunt, Alanis Morissette, Keane, Sara McLachlan, R. Kelly, The Black Eyed Peas, Jessica Harp from The Wreckers with Michelle Branch, John Hiatt, Elvis Costello, Jessica Simpson, and many more.

Tony Hugar

Tony Hugar

Tony’s experience includes a wide array of artists and TV shows, notably Hawaii Five-0, LOST, Baywatch, Neil Young, Mariah Carey, and many more.

Trivion McKenzie

Trivion McKenzie

A Vegas native and veteran engineer with over 10 years experience, TzMac is also co-Founder and CEO of iAmVegasMusic.com, a social network dedicated to exposing local talent from Las Vegas. Triv is familiar with a wide variety of software including (but not limited to) Protools, Cubase and Reason.

Steve Sundholm

Steve Sundholm

Steve’s first “big break” in the music business came when he produced Grammy-Nominated artist Jim Brickman’s song “Hideaway”, which peaked at #3 on the Billboard AC Chart. Shortly after that, Steve was offered the Chief Engineer position at NightBird Studios (formerly The Studio at the Sunset Marquis Hotel). From hanging out listening to mixes with Green Day, to recording Carrie Underwood singing the National Anthem for the Super Bowl.

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