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Andrew Peterson / Singer-songwriter
Art House North / Concert Venue
Ashley Daneman / Singer-songwriter
Bragg Management / Artist Representation
Big City Grits / Comedy
Brass Jar Music / Artist Rep.
Brent Rupard / Country & Bluegrass
Brooke Waggoner / Singer-songwriter
Camille Zapora / Soprano
Colin Leonard / Singer-songwriter
Compassion International / Nonprofit
Cure International / Nonprofit
Drew Gibson / Singer-songwriter
Elizabeth Cameron / Soprano
Elizabeth Eckert / Country-pop
Emily Elbert / Singer-songwriter
Erin Rea / Singer-songwriter
Gordon Paul / Singer-songwriter
John Rutherford / Trombonist
Josh Garrels / Singer-songwriter
Justin McRoberts / Singer-songwriter
Kirk Cameron / Actor & Director
Little Chief / Folk pop
Mason Jar Music / Collective
Motor City Horns / Brass
Nathan Belt & The Buckles / Rockabilly
Nathan Tasker / indie
Nomad & Lola / Singer-songer duo
Patmos / Worship
Plastic Sky / Singer-songwriter
Rock For Human Rights / Nonprofit
Ryan Bell / Singer-songwriter
Sara Groves / Singer-songwriter
Spectrum Brass / Brass Quintet
Taylor Atkinson Band / Red dirt
The Gray Havens / Folk pop
The Vespers / Folk pop
The Whistles & The Bells / Folk Rock
Vince Costa / Country
Western Michigan University
Will Seabrook / Rock for Human Rights
Owner / Creative Director / Designer
Christopher Tobias is the fuzzy brains behind Stereotonic and its Whiz-Bang remedies. Seeing the need for good design in music, Chris, along with fellow designer and friend Bryan Martin, started the endeavor in 2009. Since that time Bryan has gone on to do great things. So, logically, Chris is dependent on an extraordinary network of talented people backing him up. He isn’t new to the design scene, however. Since 1996 he has been peddling his trade as a book cover designer. His work can be found on an array of titles, including a number of New York Times bestsellers.
Artist Relations Manager
Putting his Rolodex and years in the music industry to good use, Clint is the Artist Relations Manager for Stereotonic. He has worked with some of the biggest names in music including Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves and many of the industry’s brightest new stars such as The Vespers, Seryn, and The Whistles & The Bells.
Like the boy scouts, Matt is always prepared. Matt comes to Stereotonic with a desire to help the clients communicate articulately the vision and passion behind their project. Matt brings big and small brand experience (and various other talents) to the special sauce used in the Whiz-Bang remedy. He doesn’t see the need for a white board with Pros and Cons, he just sees the objectives and makes them a reality. When not in the office you can find Matt sipping coffee, instagramming, trying out new jokes on people, crowd-surfing at the concert, or playing the air guitar.
Lee Ekstrom is the crafter of words and prospector of information. Lee has a passion for discovering the big idea, or golden nugget, and crafting unique copy that conveys the message in a relevant way. Branding is always top of mind for Lee, as he is a brand steward and lead digital copywriter for the Jeep brand. He’s been working on the Jeep creative team since 2000 and is currently weaving stories at the SapientNitro Detroit office. Downtime is spent with family, instagramming (@jeepwriter), backpacking with Boy Scouts, and dreaming of power tools.
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