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BEHIND THE LETTERS
To Whom It May Concern is a small but mighty team, here we are:
Jayne Entwistle is ‘To Whom It May Concern’s” producer and creator. She started the show in 2013 with the idea that she would do one show and see if letters even appealed to anyone. She brought along audio aficionado Justin Crane to record it. More than a dozen shows later they can honestly say folks really like letters!
Jayne was born and raised in the North of England and has had a lot of interesting experiences in a lot of interesting places which make for a lot of interesting letters (which are all true). She narrates audiobooks for Random House/Penguin and is ardently pursuing a career in television and film.
Justin Crane is a Producer on “To Whom It May Concern” and is responsible for recording the show and making it sound as phenomenal as it does. We have recently added his voice to the podcast and hopefully soon his picture here too!
Gyasi Ross is the music booker. Through his vast network of friends and musicians in Los Angeles, he has introduced us to some of the fantastic musicians you hear on the podcasts (including himself) such as Jessie Payo, The Singer and The Songwriter, Mike Bauer and Sheldon Botler!
Gyasi is an accomplished Acoustic guitarist & singer/songwriter who has earned his degree in Jazz Guitar and World Music from San Francisco State University and now currently lives in Los Angeles. He plays Acoustic Hip-Hop, a cross between John Legend, Jason Mraz and The Roots. Gyasi has collaborated and played with a number of notable musicians including; The Park, Denizen Kane of the Typical Cats, and Brett Dennen who was an opening performer for John Mayer. He is is influenced by John legend, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, The Roots (Black Thought), Dashboard Confessional, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Pass, and John Coltrane. Believing that music is his therapy, Gyasi loves to create and share his music to be an outlet and inspiration not only to himself but to others as well. To hear more of Gyasi’s music or follow him around the web: