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Leslie J. Colby 

Born in Brooklyn and raised in Scarsdale, New York. She majored in music and theory at SUNY Brockport. Upon graduation, she attended The Julliard School of Music to complete her education. While giving private piano lessons she also completed a degree at The Gemological Institute of America  in Business Management and as a Graduate Gemologist. After many years in the Jewelry business she returned to her true passion for music as The Executive Director of The Virginia School of the Arts. While Ms. Colby was working with both solo artists and full bands, to assist them in production, and stage performances, she embarked on her own top listened to Radio Show, in Virginia. Her background in music spans back to the early year of rock.

Her family has represented artists such as the Sinatras, The Four Seasons, ELO, Genesis, Snoop Dogg, Ozzie Osbourne, John Waite, New Edition and many more. Ms. Colby's experience in the music industry is being utilized by NGE today.

Allen Jacobi

Mr. Jacobi is a pioneering entertainment lawyer who has successfully been able to combine music, motion picture and television into a single career. As the record label president of Pyramid Records, Mr. Jacobi has earned a platinum reputation among musicians and industry insiders, a film attorney working with major studios and independent film makers, and a television industry attorney representing superstar actors, television programs and newscasters.

Mr. Jacobi has spoken as an expert in the entertainment industry at The Washington DC Music Forum, The Winter Music Conference, ASCAP Seminars, East Coast Music Forum, North American Entertainment Sports & IP Law Summit and other music conferences and symposiums. He has appeared on national television on The Phil Donahue Show, The Geraldo Rivera Show, CNN, MTV, VH-1, Good Morning America and numerous news items on national media throughout the years. Mr. Jacobi has been quoted in such publications as Rolling Stone Magazine, Billboard Magazine, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald and The London of June 2017 and is now poised to become a breakout artist in today’s music industry.

Great Scott
Creative Consultant

Great Scott is a South Florida music producer that focuses primarily on electronic music (dance, hip hop, house, etc.). He has been involved in the South Florida music scene since the early 1990’s. He began his music journey as a DJ then rapper and then slowly migrated into music production. He’s been credited on several music releases under various pseudo names. Due to early influences he still uses vintage analog equipment in conjunction with modern era equipment/software to create. He has produced, remixed and/or worked with numerous local artists as well as established mainstream artists (Afrika Bambaataa, Juelz Santana, the Jungle Brothers and Smitty).

In 2013 Great Scott was an executive producer on the Miami Bass documentary “The Bass That Ate Miami” (released by Cut It Up Def Records & Dream House Studios). This experience propelled his interest into other film projects which lead to script writing, TV/reality show treatments and other documentary projects.

As the music industry continues to evolve Great Scott approaches music production in an innovative and sometimes unorthodox manner. His music fuses a variety of styles to form his own blend of audio chaos. Nevertheless he strives to create music that is fresh, unique and unforgettable.