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:

Emilio Grijalva (‘09)

Emilio works as a booking agent for The Agency Group, one of the premier talent agencies in the world.

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Christoph Andersson (’15): Producer of G-Eazy, Skinny Mars, and more.

Christoph has developed his production career extensively since his undergraduate days at Loyola, working closely with fellow Loyola grad Gerald Gillum (chart-topping rapper G-Eazy) on his debut album Must Be Nice.

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Devon Baldwin (‘11): Touring Singer and Collaborator with G-Eazy

Devon has cultivated a career as a solo pop artist that has taken her on tours across the country and earned her slots in top festivals such as Outside Lands, Electric Forest, Austin’s SXSW, and New Orleans’ own Buku Festival.

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Tyler Yee (‘11): Music Filmmaker

Tyler is a filmmaker and aesthetic enthusiast known for his outrageous-yet-accessible visuals.

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Steven Panacek (‘14): Lead Guitarist for The Fake Carls

Steve is currently the lead guitarist of The Fake Carls, a New Orleans-based pop-rock band.

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Gerald Gillum (‘11): Top Rapper of Today's Industry

A Berkeley, California native, Gerald Gillum graduated from Loyola’s Music Industry Studies program and has achieved enormous commercial success in the hip-hop world through his stage name G-Eazy.

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Matt Bauerschmidt (‘11): Owner and Operator of The Revels Group

Matt Bauerschmidt owns and operates The Revels Group, an artist and tour management company based in Los Angeles and New Orleans.

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Students Make Beautiful Music Videos

Students Make Beautiful Music Videos

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Noah Adams: Zion Canyon Music Festival as frontman of Dirty Bourbon River Show.

Noah Adams is headlining Zion Canyon Music Festival as frontman of Dirty Bourbon River Show.

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Alex Skalany (‘15): Bassist for Donovan Wolfington

Alex is bassist for Donovan Wolfington, a punk band founded by fellow alums Neil Berthier and Matthew Seferian that is touring nationwide.

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