Our People

All About the Artists and the Art

We are proud to introduce you to the team that makes the magic happen.

John F. Bradley and Mark Hornsby formed EchoXS Entertainment, LLC in late 2008 and have been rockin’ ever since. John and Mark started EchoXS in order to partner with creative professionals to expand their musical and artistic media, protect it legally and partner in exploiting it to the maximum benefit of both.

EchoXS started as a record label but has now expanded into a full scale entertainment media company.

 

John F. Bradley, Esq.

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John F. Bradley, or  JB  to his friends, has been doing this a long time. Twenty three years as a music and entertainment attorney and more as a performing musician and prior label/studio owner have given him an incredible range of experience.  JB’s professional clients have included members of Marilyn Manson, Saigon Kick, Nuclear Valdez, Twisted Sister, multiple members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy nominated recording artists, etc. and so on.  JB has served as Chairman of the Florida Bar s Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section and continues to practice Entertainment law as principal of the Bradley Legal Group, P.A. in Ft. Lauderdale and on Music Row in Nashville.  See www.musiclawattorney.com for more information.

Mark Hornsby

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Mark Hornsby is an acclaimed music producer, audio engineer, musician, writer and marketing consultant   widely considered to be one of the most diverse figures in today s music business. As a producer, engineer and sound designer Mark has worked with acts from all over the world, consulted in A+R and marketing for numerous music companies and record labels while also consulting on software development for a variety of high-profile audio technology companies. His clients have ranged from Grammy award winning artists to multi-million dollar corporations. He is also a certified Pro Tools  Expert , accredited by Avid, guest lecturer at universities across the U.S. and a contributing writer for multiple music technology publications. Recording Magazine recently featured his work at Abbey Road Studios in London as their front cover story in October 2010. Check out: www.markhornsby.com for credits and more information.