PRODUCER & SUPPORTING CAST
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Pablo Stennett – Producer
Pablo Stennett is a multiple Grammy winning musician and composer who was born and raised in Jamaica, and deeply rooted in the church where his father was a pastor. Influenced by a family background full of musicians, he began studying piano at the age of five. He ultimately added bass, upright bass and guitar to his arsenal of instruments. He tours globally with Ziggy Marley and has worked over the years with a multitude of superstar artists, including Willie Nelson, Jimmy Cliff, Chaka Khan, Pink and Raphael Saadiq, to name a few.
Pablo is an innovative producer and accomplished writer and musician who has partnered with film studios, theater organizations, media organizations, corporations and digital entertainment clients, including Sony Interactive, whose PlayStation platform is a global leader in video games.
Having composed and produced original music across multiple genres, including pop, jazz, classical, reggae and blues, Pablo has a strong sense of design and aesthetics, refined over decades of creation, composition and artistry. He is also renowned for his work with developing artists and identifying and cultivating talent, and has served as a trusted partner and liaison for high-profile stakeholders in music, entertainment and commercial fields.
Reviva’s album Equanimity was recorded and mixed at Branat Studios.
Errol Brown – Engineer
Errol Brown is a Multiple Grammy Winner for Recording and Engineering.
He is the nephew of the late Duke Reid, the pioneer of Treasure Isle recording studio. He was educated at Kingston Technical High School in Jamaica, and was trained as an audio engineer at Treasure Isle studios by Byron Smith and Duke Reid.
He left Treasure Isle in 1979, when he joined Bob Marley & The Wailers at Tuff Gong Studios. He recorded and mixed albums for Bob Marley and The Wailers, Rita Marley, Burning Spear and Third World. He also was the engineer for Bob Marley and The Wailers, Rita Marley and Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers in the studios and on the road until 2000.
In 2001 and 2002, he was Shaggy‘s live sound engineer. In 2003, he engineered Ziggy Marley’s first solo tour. He also oversaw the sound at the Roots, Rock, Reggae Festival in 2004 & 2006. As of 2014, Brown is currently on tour running sound for Rebelution.
Brown has also recorded / engineered with several other artists such as: The Sensations, Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt, Peter Tosh, U-Roy, Gregory Isaacs, Culture, Rebelution, Reviva and many more!
Audley “Chizzy” Chisholm – Guest Artist
Chizzy is a Jamaican born gifted musician who grew up in the church. He’s a veteran in the music industry and an accomplished and talented musician and vocalist. He has recorded and performed with The Wailers, Shaggy, Maxi Priest, Big Mountain, Shabba Ranks, to name a few. He continues to tour globally and is an ambassador of music from the white sands of the Caribbean to the desert sands of Africa, encompassing every continent in between, spreading a positive message… One Love.
Colin Diles Hazelbaker – Studio Engineer & Artist
Diles is a professionally certified, passionately motivated audio engineer, producer and educator. He is the founder and lead architect behind Visceral View Entertainment, defined as “Conviction Arising from One’s Mental or Spiritual Being, Obtained Through Intuition Rather Than Reasoning.”
His professional and business-oriented arts collective is focused on nourishing and expanding creative community, developing young artists, and supporting them in pursuit of their dreams.
Diles also is a partner of Central Root Studios, a recording studio and artistic epicenter in Albuquerque, NM.
Diles has released over 20 albums and collaborated with artists from around the world as well as having performed in venues, guest lectured, and facilitated workshops across the country and internationally in conjunction with organizations such as The Santa Fe Opera, National Hispanic Cultural Center, Bernalillo County Parks and Recreations Program, Fulbright-Hayes Foundation, Tricklock Theatre, Little Globe and Warehouse 508, among several universities, as well as public and charter high schools across the SouthWest and US.
Reviva’s album Equanimity was recorded at Central Root Studios.
Brandon Stennett – Guest Artist
Brandon Stennett is a talented drummer and percussionist.
He recorded on the single “We Are Tomorrow” and on Reviva’s “Equanimity” Album.
Brandon is a founding member of the band “Connect” and has played numerous concerts and venues.
He was awarded Outstanding Jazz Performer at Esperanza Jazz Festival, Best Soloist at Western States Jazz Festival, and Performer of the Year at Alexander Hamilton Academy of Music and Performing Arts.