Executive Producer Robin Moir is
an accomplished singer/songwriter as
well as a television and video producer and script writer.
She is executive
of Skye Productions, a boutique independent music production house
label. Robin’s focus is to work with up and coming independent artists, primarily singer/songwriters and
young pop artists as a mentor, and to make sure that
they have the
tools to move forward in the music business. Robin developed Launchpad
Program to encourage these young musical hopefuls, and their parents, to
take the business of music seriously from the start.
Robin has spent most of her life in the entertainment
industry. She is a writer, producer, director and on-camera host
who began her career as a singer/songwriter.
She has played concerts across Canada and
the United States as
well as performing for Queen Elizabeth ll, Prime Ministers and
Governors General in her multi-faceted career. She was nominated
for a Juno Award for You Can Do Magic, a song written by Motown
Most recently Robin has been involved in television
and video production producing more than 80 half-hour television
episodes. Along with her partner Joe Turner she
has produced three documentaries… Dispatches From The Front:
The Story of Matthew Halton for the CBC and History Television,
The Gift of Summer: The Story of Dr. Dan Offord for CTV and Showrooms…To
The Trade Only for HGTV. The musical scores for all of these
documentaries were written and produced by Joe. She wrote and
produced the final 4 seasons of the CBC’s popular life-style
program, Cottage Country. She also
wrote and produced Grey Wolf Wilderness Adventures an adventure
series for CTV.
For the past ten years Robin has worked with Wayne
Rostad one of Canada’s
most popular singer/songwriters. She produced his DVD video The
Story of Christmas In The Valley and works with him on
special events like, Light Up The Night,
and The Christmas Cheer Broadcast.
Wayne and Robin are currently putting together his first cross
Canadian speaking tour.
Robin is currently in the
studio writing with four extraordinarily talented singer/songwriters…Alex
Ryder, Chantal Knight, Braiden
Turner and Sean Chhangur. At the same time she is preparing to record
her own live jazz trio CD with writer/arranger Mark Ferguson
and producer Joe Turner. Robin’s
music and recordings will be featured on the CIP
Radio broadcasts, slated to begin in March, 2006.
This past December, Robin finished work on the
DVD just released by singer/songwriter and
teen artist Brea. The
video DVD called I Will Be is included
in Brea’s CD/DVD
package, Ready To Fly.
In 2003, Robin was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee
Medal for her musical contributions and works on behalf of the
Canadian Veterans Association and was sponsored for the award
by the War Amputations of Canada. She wrote the haunting theme
Never Again for the series by the same name, produced by the
War Amputations of Canada to tell children about the horrors
of war. The song has been played and sung at hundreds of Remembrance
Day Services across Canada.
Robin is also part of the band
known as Moetown. For those who have seen the movie Standing
in the Shadow of Motown, it’s not hard to understand the
inspiration behind this new band. Moetown features the best musicians
and singers anywhere and the band appeals to all ages! Robin
is also putting together a new band called The Jagurars. Th
Robin is also putting together
a new band called The
Jaguars. This new band was formed in answer to the many
calls for a convention and party band with all
the hits from the 40’s to the present time! Consisting
of members of her previous bands, most notably Fizz…The Jaguars are sure to be a winner!Rock
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