JEFF STACHYRA - owner / engineer / producer
started out, as a radio DJ in the late 70ís when splicing
tape was commonplace.
As a diehard analog fan he has owned way too many reel
to reels and has grown to become equally comfortable in the
digital audio world.
As a live sound engineer he has worked
with such diverse acts as David Torn/Bill Burford, Kazumi
Wantanabi, Eek-A-Mouse, The Roaches, Duke Robillard, Kim
Simmonds, and Gary Wilson and the Blind Dates.
singer-songwriter, he has released several albums and plays a
multitude of instruments. As a certified techie, he
holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and
Telecommunications. He has a fondness for vacuum tubes,
vintage guitars and old cars. When not recording or
performing, he can usually be found under the hood of his
current project which is converting '58 Chevy Apache pick-up
into a hotrod.
- media consultant / voice talent / production assistant
Todd was born
into the music industry with his familyís jukebox business
that started in the 1940ís and continues to this day. At
Cornell University in 1988, he began a radio career at WVBR
that eventually led him to Binghamton, NY in 1989 and a start
up station, WKGB. For the next seven years Todd served as
program director and disc jockey.
period, Todd met his wife, Lori, the owner / operator of The
Amsterdam, a restaurant & nightclub in Johnson City, NY.
Married in 1995, Todd left WKGB in 1996 to focus on The
Amsterdam full time, booking national, regional and local
bands into the club.
2003-2004 at Clear Channel Communications, which
now owns WKGB and five other radio stations, performing
marketing, advertising and promotional duties. Todd currently
performs commercial production and voice-over work, as well as
promoting national acts in the Greater Binghamton region.