Achievements

The Department of Music Industry Studies is proud of the achievements and research of its students, faculty, and staff. Explore some of our accomplishments below:

Greg Rodrigue, BS ‘08: Owner of Community Records

Along with friend and fellow Loyola alum Daniel Ray, Greg co-owns and operates Community Records, an up-and-coming New Orleans punk label.

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Greg Heaney, BM ‘05: Music Specialist and Instructor

Greg continued his education post-Loyola, and completed a Masters in Middle School Language Arts Education from St. Louis University in 2009.

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Sergio Gonzales, BS ‘10: World Class Guitarist

Post-graduation, Sergio cultivated a career around his passion for the guitar.

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Monty Goulet, BM ‘11:Owner of Maestro Interactive Games

A passionate devotee of music technology, Monty worked for Loyola student entrepreneurial units NOLA Sound and Vital Sounds, and served as president of the latter.

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Alexandra Grant, BS ’08: Producer for Rehage Entertainment

Since graduating from Loyola, Alexandra had cultivated an impressive career in event production.

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David Shirley, BM ‘11: Co-Founder and Drummer for The Cardinal Sons

As a co-founder of and drummer for The Cardinal Sons, David is constantly touring and performing.

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Quiana Lynell Wins the International Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition

Quiana Lynell Wins the International Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition!

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Jared Marcell, BS ’08: Drummer and Co-Manager of the Bantam Foxes

Jared cultivated his audio engineering skills at Loyola, and as an undergrad worked as an assistant engineer at The Music Shed in 2007.

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Delia Davidow, BS ‘12: Mechanical Licensing Administrator at Universal Music Publishing

Even as an undergrad, Delia sought out internships and opportunities to kickstart her career in the music industry.

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Atoyia Scott, BS ’10: Musician and Licensed Attorney of Alabama and Louisiana

As a musician and attorney, Atoyia’s passion for litigation began during her involvement in moot courts and trial advocacy programs at Loyola’s College of Law.

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