Owner Meat Pie Music
vocalist Shaza Leigh and a nomination for “People’s Choice Awards” in 2007 for the Wolverines version of her Anzac tribute, “The Ballad of Young Bobby Dale” filmed aboard the troup ship “HMAS Kanimbla” in Sydney.
Scott Lloyd Shelly
Scott has his own company called “Resonance Array”, specializing in music for film, TV, jingles, games, and documentaries.
He wrote multiple scores for TV including many of Steve Irwin’s “The Crocodile Hunter” series as well as “Croc Files”, and “Crocodile Hunter Diaries”. He had songs included in “Eight is Enough”, “Cheers”, “Lavern and Shirley”, “Happy Days” as well as many more. Then there’s the movies. He wrote songs which were included in the Harrison Ford movie “Witness”, replacement songs in “Saturday Night Fever”, guitar performances in “Staying Alive”, wrote music for the trailer for “Golden Child”, wrote score for “The Vial” and “Celestial Rhapsody” to name a few.
Putt Putt Joins The Circus, Jumpstart Phonics, Rugrats Movie Activity Challenge, Reader Rabbit, Jungle Book,
and there’s more too!
and, has had covers by artists such as Seals and Crofts, Tom Jans, Nomo, Marcy Levy, Mike Finnegan and June Pointer.
Australian singer/songwriter Aaron Bishop released his new EP “Perfect Place” in early 2012. It is a collection of acoustically driven folk inflected songs, with catchy choruses and quirky guitar leads. “It’s more stripped back than my last album “The Calm Electric” 2008, this time I wanted the songs to breathe a bit more” Aaron says. Working with Scott Lloyd Shelly was incredible, he’s a phenomenal musician. I think together we really got the essence of the songs.” Throughout “Perfect Place” Aaron’s song writing explores the power of the human spirit, both the dark and the light sides. Aaron has signed both complete albums with MPM as of 2012, and we will be looking for placement in film and tv with his tracks.
Adi’s existence has been filled with music. Performances from early childhood in Tasmania to lead & backing vocalist in bands and theatre all over Adi had decided her career from the very early age of 6. As a Jillaroo in the Territory to Country Music Talent Quest’s Adi has gone on to represent Australia, win major competitions including Queensland Champion of Champions, Charters Towers and also 2 times Starmaker grand finalist. A student of the College of Country Adi has worked with industry pro’s like Rod Coe, Dobe Newton Allan Caswell, Denise Morrison and Garth Porter. Other highlights to date have included being the main entertainment and singing the national anthem at the NRL Cowboys and the Townsville Croc’s basketball teams, support Werewolves of London’s Warren Zevon on his North Queensland tour and working with Bjarne Ohlin (Divinyls). Whilst being sponsored by Toyota Australia, Fourex and Channel Adi was able to undertake a tour in outback Queensland. Now residing in South East Queensland Adi is a support vocalist for Luella and The Heelers playing at events like the Gympie Muster and packed venues in Tamworth. Adi also works in duo gigs and provides solo entertainment at a variety of venues and Country Music festivals. A recent trip to Nashville saw Adi complete her first album Golden Cage with Rob Mackay and Michael Flanders of Pacific International Music. The first single ‘Guilty’ was released on CRS Publicity and charted locally and internationally and Adi received her first international music award winning Favorite New Country Artist at the Independent Music Network Awards for 2011. Her new single “That’s What love Will Getcha” was written in Nashville with Michael Flanders and hit writer Danny Simpson and has just been released via Digital Wagon. Adi is a hard working artist who vocals have been described by some of the industries greatest as emotive, powerful and unique. Her recent performance on The Voice evoked a standing ovation from the audience with hugs from Seal and comments like ‘beautiful voice’, and from Delta Goodrum saying ‘you are doing what you are meant to be doing’ has given Adi more drive than ever to pursue a career in music. Adi has signed her publishing from the album “Golden Cage” to MPM in 2012.