Marty Beecroft has a unique blend of analytical, business and creative skills ideal for work in the entertainment industry. He obtained an MBA in 2012 from the innovative Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto, specializing in Media Management. After graduating Marty spent a year at Microsoft Canada working in ‘Marketing & Operations’. He was a “President’s Scholar” at the University of Guelph and graduated with distinction in 1998.
Marty possesses a great passion for the arts, especially music! He has been successful in multiple roles in the entertainment industry ranging from singer, songwriter, actor, music producer, mixing engineer and business owner. As a singer-songwriter in the pop/vocal group V.I.P. (Voices in Public) Marty won a Genie Award in 2000 for “Best Original Song” and a Canadian Radio Music Award in 1999 for “Best New Group.” Marty also co-managed the business operations for the group. Marty and his band mates performed the role of the quartet in the film and soundtrack for the 2003 Disney/ABC remake of the classic musical “The Music Man” which starred Matthew Broderick and Kristin Chenoweth.
In partnership with long-time business partner and band mate Glenn Coulson, Marty started the country vocal duo After Tuesday in 2006. Their self-titled debut album, distributed by Royalty Records, received significant airplay and critical acclaim. As a producer and mixer Marty has worked with such clients as Amy Rose, Somerset Entertainment, Derek James Tilley and Stacey Jamieson. The video for Amy Rose’s song “Party Like a Redneck,” co-written by Marty, received airplay on CMT and approaches half a million views on YouTube. He also composed the score for the film Dark Rising distributed by Universal Vivendi.
His latest venture, Country Crush, is a co-production with Good Soldier Films and is currently in post-production.