Tim Fray was born in Montreal and raised in Toronto. His career took on many turns before he finally fulfilled his true calling in the hospitality and music industry. Initially he pursued a conventional career in business, he then went on to study music and..
...the creation of music in the studio as both a producer and studio engineer. He finally surrendered to his true calling of blending both the hospitality and entertainment world of business. A multi-talented management executive and musician, he plays multiple instruments. Tim has been a member of the Juno Nominee recording group Selections since 1986 and has performed with many soloist and groups including Deborah Cox, Salome Bey, Keith Washington, Chin Injeti to name a few. With his technical background as a midi/sound tech and natural feel and vision for writing music, he began producing and engineering music of many genres including jazz, reggae, hip-hop and R&B from the early 90’s. In 2005 Tim went to Just Platinum Studios (Bermuda) and expanded it from 1 room to 3 rooms. Tim has been working through his company Fraycat Productions with lyricist from Nashville/Texas and Bermuda, and has been writing and producing music since. Almost 15 years later, The SIX Element Music Group was developed by Tim, a program that focus on giving back to artist that needs direction with their career. He evaluates and consults with artist for the purpose of developing them into world class performers with maximum impact. Tim has provided an Entertainment Complex which consist of Recording Studios, Rehearsal Studios, Event Space, Media Group, Music Video Productions and more to come. Tim’s hope is to share his resources Nationally and across North America with bringing together ALL collective associations under ‘One Voice United’ through The Collective Music Nation.
Quisha was born to sing and entertain. She grew up in a Jamaican/Canadian home listening to Reggae, Motown, Gospel, R&B, then entered the jazz program at Humber College in the mid ’90s. From there she embarked upon her dream of performing with...
...well-known musicians, which took her to exciting overseas hotel engagements. Since then, Quisha has sung in many parts of Asia, Europe, North America, and Caribbean. With a bright personality and strong emotive vocal abilities, Quisha is one of Toronto’s most sought-after session vocalists. She also performs regularly at corporate gigs. Currently living in the GTA, Quisha is well established in the tight-knit music industry. She is a phenomenal and expressive vocalist who also inspires others to live out their dreams. QW Productions was birthed out of a dream Quisha had. Her company launched in 2014 and continues to grow, providing outstanding and professional entertainment in a classy and nostalgic atmosphere; while providing a platform for artists and musicians to showcase their awesome gifts. Quisha is an inspiration to many and her hope is to live out her life knowing that many lives have been transformed positively through her works.
Ron was born in Vancouver and started in CKVN Radio at the age of thirteen. Moving from live Radio into production, he was involved in producing and engineering all Concert radio commercials coming to Canada through Perryscope...
...Productions & CPI. Eventually Ron moved into radio syndication to over 80 Radio Stations across Canada with a yearly show called “Countdown Canada”. An opportunity came up and Ron moved to Toronto in 1989. Then decided to go back to school and study at Trebas Institute graduating with a Diploma in Music Business Administration, managing bands and producing music. His first Artist Management Agreement was with a Reggae Band called Sunforce. In 1992, PR Music Management was formed helping Artists, with their business plans. Currently, Ron is a member of CARAS, still does artist management, and continues to support and nurture artist development especially in the collective styles of music.
Rebecca Harrison is a community organizer and arts advocate, and currently holds the position of Executive Director at Unity Charity–a national organization that uses Hip Hop art forms to help young people develop resilience, and...
...supports the development of emerging Hip Hop artists across Canada. During Rebecca’s leadership, a position she took on from Unity’s founder in 2018, Unity has strengthened and grown its artist training program, expanded it’s permanent programming beyond it’s homebase–the GTA–into Halifax, Nova Scotia, and guided the organization’s strategic planning and stabilization initiatives. Leading a team of 15 staff and a roster of 65 artists, Rebecca aspires to create pathways and opportunities for young people and emerging artists through Unity’s work for years to come. Prior to her tenure at Unity Charity, Rebecca’s career has been spent working with and for young and emerging artists, artist educators and arts organizations, a professional path inspired by her own deep connection to art and music. Starting her career at record label/artist management company, Coalition Music, Rebecca quickly moved from intern, to manager of the company’s charitable arm, TEMPO. In this role, she delivered music and music business education to youth facing multiple barriers across Toronto and on First Nations reservations in Ontario. Alongside the City of Toronto, she then coordinated Arts Lab, a pilot project that provided mentorship and support to artists from underserved communities seeking careers in the arts. Prior to Unity, Rebecca managed programs at Business for the Arts, where she dedicated herself to scaling mentorship programs for arts organizations into communities across Canada. Rebecca has been a musician since her childhood, and attributes much of her own resilience, determination and sense of community to the lifelong relationship she holds with her own art and creative practice. As is evident in her career choices, she is dedicated to ensuring that young people and artists of all backgrounds have equal opportunity to enjoy art in their lives, so that it may provide healing, community, economic sustainability, and direction, as it has for her.