Zach Martin, a descendant of Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the United States, is a radio personality and voice actor who gets excited about the complete line Rainex Wipers, synthetic oil, spark plugs, fuel injectors, horse-power, cars, trucks, motorcycles, hot rods, rat rods and racing. Zach grew up in garages and loves the smell of tires and gasoline-it is probably not a good idea to inhale that stuff, so don’t try it at home. Besides being a racing and auto enthusiast, Zach is currently the Creative Services Director for WFAN.
Zach has been a fixture in New York radio for over 3 decades, and his voice is a familiar one. Not only did Zach get to work with the Legendary Scott Muni for almost a decade, he cut his teeth in rock radio. If you were to ask Zach, out of all the interviews of Rock Legends he got to do, and which person was his favorite, he would tell you, “They were all special. It’s hard to pick when you interview the greats like Ringo Starr, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page or Yoko Ono, just to name a few, but my favorite bands are the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, AC/DC and a whole bunch of Country Artists.”
Zach Martin is a graduate of St. John’s University, holds a Master’s Degree from New York Theological Seminary and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. He is married to his sweetheart Emily, and he has a daughter Sophie who can’t stay away from the race track! It looks like the racing bug has spread to another generations of Martins!
Mike Mostert, is a recognizable multiple-award name and figure within the world of Musical Instrument and entertainment industry . Besides being the founder and CEO of two successful international businesses he has also applied his Music Business Degree to the fullest in helping to develop and further the scope of high profile and emerging musical artists. From his years as a Sales management ,Senior Marketer and Artist Relations specialist with multiple guitar and Pro Audio companies to implementing strategic successful PR, branding and sales programs turning around start-up and established music instrument manufacturers, Mostert has achieved great things in his 20 plus years in the business. As the inventor/ Founder of GoGo Tuners and CEO for Mostert Marketing Group, Mike has developed, marketed and sold his products and concepts worldwide. GoGo Tuners has become one of the Top Selling Pedal tuners in the world thanks to Mike's sales, branding, Social Media and Artists Development guidance.
Atiim Kiambu "Tiki" Barber(/ˈti:ki/; born April 7, 1975) is a former American football running back who played for the New York Giants of the National Football League(NFL) for ten seasons. He played college football for theUniversity of Virginia. Barber was drafted by the Giants in the second round of the1997 NFL Draft, and played his entire professional career for them. Barber retired from the NFL at the end of the 2006 NFL postseason as the Giants' all-time rushing and reception leader. Barber was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.
Following his playing career, Barber became a national media presence, notably joining NBC's The Today Show as a correspondent in 2007 and Football Night in America/Sunday Night Football. He has published multiple books.
Al is a two-time Emmy Award winning broadcaster. Al has hosted and produced programming for local and national broadcast entities for more than 40 years. During that time, Al has covered Olympics, Super Bowls, World Series, NBA Finals, NCAA Championships and All-Star games. Al was also play-by-play voice for ESPN and Fox broadcasts of college football and basketball. During his career, became a household name in Tampa, San Diego and Portland.
In recent years, Al has turned his attention to commercial and marketing opportunities. National TV commercials include Bud Light and Credit Karma. Al has also been talent for and produced several commercials in the Tampa Bay market, along with informercials.
Al is also a noted inspirational and keynote speaker.
Patrick Bamburak is a New Jersey native recording artist, touring musician, songwriter, producer, writer, and founding member of the indie-rock band bait-oven. He has performed on such stages as The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, World Café Live! in Philadelphia, and The Cell Theatre in New York City. Patrick has just released his latest solo album Open Your Eyes, on API Records, which is available on iTunes, Apple Music and Amazon.
Patrick is an executive producer of the Zach Martin Rocks!/Zach Martin’s Big Fat American Rock Show program, which airs weekends on KKDJ Radio in Fresno, California, and also features video interviews with noted musicians, sports figures, and pop culture personalities published online via the Zach Martin Rocks! YouTube Channel.
Beyond his career in the music industry, Patrick is known around the world as a contributing writer for Black Belt Magazine, the original and iconic magazine of the martial arts, where he has written numerous cover stories and interviews with the top stars and champions of the UFC. Patrick is a black belt in karate under Hall of Famer Gary Alexander.
Patrick recently appeared on Travel Channel’s hit television show Mysteries at the Museum, in a special episode dedicated to the Lindbergh Kidnapping. Patrick is currently in the process of writing his first book, a biography on his great-granduncle, former New Jersey Governor Harold Hoffman, who was in office from 1935-1938 during the final months of the Lindbergh Kidnapping Trial, known to history as the Crime of the Century.
Mason Muñoz was born in Camp Lejeune, NC and lives in Weston, CT. He served in the U.S.C.G. Reserve for six years. Mason started in the Music business as an inventory clerk, then sales rep for CBS Records N.Y. Sales branch in Elmhurst, Queens. He was promoted to Product Manager at Columbia Records where his artist roster included Bob Dylan, Wham (George Michael), Bruce Springsteen, Michael Bolton, Scandal, Elvis Costello, The Boomtown Rats, Loverboy and various Broadway soundtracks. Mason left the CBS umbrella for a year to run Bronze Records U.S. office and oversaw the release of Motörhead’s classic Ace of Spades album. He returned to CBS Records N.Y. in the International division overseeing all of Columbia, Epic and Tabu Records East Coast based artist releases in all of the offshore territories. Mason was then named head of West Coast Operations for CBS Records International’s office in Century City, CA. There he acted as liaison with CBS/Sony Japan and handled all overseas marketing for the West Coast based artists including, Barbara Streisand, Journey, Boz Scaggs, Earth Wind & Fire, Santana, The Bangles, Neil Diamond, Julio Iglesias, Toto, Eddie Money, Martika and Fishbone. He returned to the Columbia label in N.Y. as Director of Marketing to work with label icons Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Leonard Cohen, Midnight Oil and on Michael Bolton’s 11 million selling album, Time, Love & Tenderness. Mason left Columbia to form Pachyderm Records. Mason eventually sold a controlling interest in Pachyderm to Musicland/Sam Goody. He then formed Birch Hill Entertainment, LLC. The B.H.E. client roster over the years has included; The Beach Boys, Bryan Adams, Bill Cosby, Michael Bolton, Leonard Cohen, London based boys choir Libera and a number of independent record labels and artists.
Mason’s broad work experience has allowed him to develop long term direct relationships with key executives at many of the major talent agencies and artist management companies.