Message from the Founders
"My dreams of music started when I young. I was born and raised on the east side of Pittsburgh. My Father built huge car audio systems at Audio Communications, so he was always blasting music in the car. After growing up around Music everyday it became my passion and still is to this day. I listen to different genres like Rap, Hip-hop, Rock&roll, R&b, and some POP. When I moved to Monroeville in the 3rd grade I met the CO-founder of the Dreamz of Music Foundation Phill Eazi Mckenzie, and we have been friends ever since. When we were teens, he built his first home-made studio in his basement. I wanted to get involved, so I started to DJ his mix-tapes, and parties we went too. Phill Eazi Mckenzie, Saawan Pep Kravitz Jones Jr., a few other friends, and myself started doing shows at the local teen center. Then they told us about the entrepreneur competition that we entered. Our business was an under 21 club run by us called CLUB OASIS. We had the time of our lives. DJ Nick Nice hosted the first show and we were very successful opening night. We ended up winning the competition because of our entrepreneurship and received letters of recommendation from the state senate. After High school I went to Penn state and had to drop out due to financial aid problems. I decided to get a job, so I started as a cashier, then security gaurd, and even a janitor. Then I got a job in retail sales, and thrived. I climbed the ladder at my company to General manager. After working in retail sales for 4 years I decided I needed something more due to my high skill in sales professionalism and proven track record of quality business management. I put my resume out there, and I received an offer to work as a project manager at a research & development firm. They turned peoples ideas into reality. On April 14th, 2018 when I came up with the idea for The Dreamz of Music Foundation Inc. I knew I had to turn my idea into reality. I was inspired by my Best friend Phill Eazi Mckenzie to support disabled musicians because of his perseverance after the attack that left him paralyzed in 2012. Even though he is a quadriplegic he never stops chasing his dreamz of music. I left my job to devote my life to my business the Dreamz of Music Foundation. I will never give up chasing my dreams of music, and I hope you never give up either. Theres no obstacle you can't overcome, you have to PERSEVERE like EAZIDUZIT!"
George J. Fadale
CEO & Founder of the Dreamz of Music Foundation Inc.