- Derek Falls -

Derek Falls is a music recording artist who started performing at the early age of 13 along side of his father, a local legend Thomas Falls. Derek is the 3rd generation of talented musicians to embrace the music scene. With his diverse style and unique guitar playing he has been quoted as a remarkable mix between Santana, BB King, with a vocal tone of Lenny Kravitz, Seal and Lionel Richie all wrapped into one very passionate man. He plays also with his local band "The mother Jones band" in different places such as The Montréal Jazz Festival, Club Opium for the Grand prix event, The canadian music week in Toronto with Sugar Samy and at the Dome in Montréal just to name a few.
Derek appeared in the "Besame Mucho" video with actor Danny Aeillo & Hasan, performed and cowrote with Nasyr Alkabyr (who toured with legendary Dizzy Gillespie). He also writes music for film soundtracks and traillers. Derek has recorded with Robert Marchand, he was a judge for the "Hip hop forever" contest and Scratch Billard karaoke competition. He did a radio jingle for 101.7 fm. Derek had a small role in the movie Art of War also.
Derek not only dominates the stage as a performer, his skills as a producer sets him aside from most of his peers. He has worked
as an A&R for Soundbeat records, writes and trains voice to local and international artists (such as Nathalie Mathews, Lucky 13, Nilla,
Tessa, Pamela, Frantz Addison & Guylain Chouinard). He also became founder and CEO of his own record label in Montréal called "Stylin Music
Productions" setting the pace for the release of his first album "COLORS," then The mother Jones Band, father & Son album. He is now finalizing his third album "ALL IS FORGIVEN," his first single
NO MORE LIES is set to be released through YUL Records in collaboration with Marc Demouy, Lawrence Steinberg and Johny Vegas. Derek promoted himself at Miami’s Winter Music Conference of 2008, he's also done many radio interviews in the US, in Canada, London, and Mexico.
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Check out two tracks from Derek's Album "Colors"

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