DAVID IVORY A Grammy-nominated engineer. David Ivory’s credits
include the Roots, Erykah Badu, Common and Patti LaBelle, among others. Ivory’s producer credits include: Patti LaBelle’s Timeless Journey (Island) and Kindred’s Surrender to Love (Hidden Beach).
He produced and developed Philadelphia’s own rock act, Silvertide, resulting in two releases, American Excess and Show and Tell (J Records). Ivory’s latest success was discovering and producing the rock band Halestorm, which signed to Atlantic last year. Ivory owns and operates Dylanava Studios and is an Adjunct Professor at Drexel University. He’s currently on the board of Governors for the Recording Academy and the MCCC Communication Program Advisory Committee.
JOE LAM has been making music in the Philadelphia area for
25 years. Joe was the principal writer, lead singer, and bassist
for Philly favorite, Love Revolution, who opened for acts, such as Queensryche, Aerosmith, and Live. Their self-titled EP featured the single, “Alisyn’s Imaginary Friend”, that charted on top playlists for Infinity Broadcasting stations across the country including K-ROCK New York, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia's own 94 WYSP.
In 2003 Joe joined Ivory Productions where he assisted in the development, production, and songwriting of the band Halestorm, an effort that culminated at the band's signing with Atlantic Records. Their live EP, One and Done, gave Joe his first major label mixing credit. He continues to work closely with the artists on the Ivory Productions roster. Drawing from his years of experience Joe understands the musical and mental aspects of artist development and production.