Entrepreneur, country artist, writer, record producer, actor and director, Dominic Scott Kay, has an extensive resume with nearly 50 film/TV credits to his name, especially when you consider he is only 21 years old. He made his acting debut at the age of four playing Tom Cruise's son in Steven Spielberg's Minority Report. He also played Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom's son in Pirate's Of The Caribbean: At World's End, and co-starred with Julia Roberts as the voice of Wilbur in Charlotte's Web. Kay ventured behind the camera to write and direct films, Grampa's Cabin and Saving Angelo, co-starring Kevin Bacon, and became the youngest director in history to shoot a film on 35mm.
Dominic has been writing/producing his music since a very young age, performing alongside some of the greatest artists in music. He has pioneered a unique sound in Country music with influences of Alison Krauss & Union Station, George Strait and Lady Antebellum to name a few. His music covers a large spectrum, with R&B soul roots, from growing up on the road with Grammy award winning band, The Commodore's, while sustaining his own original Country production.
Dominic took a serious turn into entrepreneurship after building a few corporations of his own and has recently taken the position of President at "EMG" and it's parent company "Elevation Entertainment" which has divisions including a record label, publishing, live events, an artist management firm, actor/model management and Film/TV production, where they produce content for feature films and television, including the new Nashville based reality series "Sessions". Dominic also manages the careers of artists and bands such as: Raven Cliff and Amanda Noelle.
Dominic was a contestant on NBC's "The Voice" Season 5 and has recently released his new EP "Sessions at Ocean Way".
Dominic is an Ambassador for Mending Kids International, among several other philanthropic organizations. He grew up in Malibu, CA and now resides in Bel Air, CA, where he is represented by WME and Jackoway Tyerman.
Cameron Pessarra is a musician, songwriter, and producer currently living in Nashville, TN. The Texas native grew up to the sounds of his mom singing and playing piano in the suburbs of Houston. Cameron’s love for music was readily apparent at a young age. He began playing piano at age five, quickly learning the instrument while growing his knowledge and love of music. Although Cameron was fascinated with the piano, he also grew up listening to many guitar players ranging from Stevie Ray Vaughn to Eddie Van Halen, thus leading him to pick up the instrument at age fourteen. After high school, Cameron moved to Austin in order to study music business at the University of Texas. While in Austin, he cofounded an original band named In the Works which quickly became an avenue for exploring and refining his songwriting skills. He also found freelance work for his abilities as a pianist fluent in many different styles of music. Cameron additionally acquired knowledge of music publishing, licensing, artist management, talent buying, and pro audio systems while working and interning for several Austin-based companies such as Mood Media Corporation and Triple 8 Management. In January of 2015, Cameron made the move to Nashville looking to pursue his dream of being a full time musician.
Mandy is a talented and creative hairstylist and makeup artist with experience in all areas of the industry: bridal, fashion, TV & film, commercial print, and special effects makeup.
After earning a degree in business from Indiana University, Mandy attended the Cosmix School for Makeup Artistry to study beauty and fashion makeup. She then attended the world-renowned Cinema Make Up School in Los Angeles with a focus on special effects and production makeup. Mandy moved to Nashville in 2012 and made a name for herself with her work ethic and well versed makeup abilities.
All of Mandy's clients benefit from her extensive training and product education as well as her relaxed personality, dependability, attention to detail, and professionalism.
Houston has spent the last 12 years recording songs for the hit songwriters of Nashville. He has also produced various independent album projects for artists throughout the country, including Micheal McDonald and Phil Everly from The Everly Brothers. He is also a musician, as his background includes touring the world as lead guitarist for legendary country artist, Freddie Fender. He offers extradinary backing vocals as well as acoustic and electric guitar. Houston`s clients agree that he and Off The Row are one of Nashville`s best kept secrets.