Calvin Burks
Owner


Calvin brings 11 years of engineering and production experience to your music. In order for Calvin to focus on producing and supporting independent music he created Dual Mic Records in 2006. Since its creation he has worked with over 450 independent artists. He was selected as the 2006 Military Idol winner and has since gone on to judge the newest installment of the show “Operation Rising Star” twice. He was a guest judge on Gateway to Stardom, with other members such as "American Idol" top 10, Paul Jolley. Calvin has earned a reputation for quality and excellence by working with clients to ensure their music project achieves the highest audio fidelity. Calvin is currently serving in the United States Army and has completed 3 combat tours. Like many of you reading this he is an artist as well and has released 5 albums to date. He is currently working on the full release of "BACK TO MY ROOTS" in 2018.


Daniel Shegog
Product Sales 

 
Daniel joined DMR with one goal in mind, to make great music. He is full of life in the world of gospel music and is currently an active musician in his church. Daniel is an incredible musician and is proficient on many instruments to include; drums, bass, and guitar. Daniel is a confident and aggressive producer who communicates well with clients. These attributes, along with his inherent musical and technical talents, create a winning combination. Daniel served in the United States Army for eight years. He is currently a disabled Veteran who actively participates in Ride-to-Recovery and other projects to assist disabled combat veterans. 


Brandon Williams
PR Rep / Media


Brandon "B-Dubb" Williams grew up in Lancaster, Pa. He was rapping and making music at about eight years old. He remains as creative as possible and helps establish new ideas that get your music into the hands of fans. He himself has his own flow and style that is original in all aspects. Once B-Dubb joined the DMR team, he was quick to get behind the movement and help push DMR into new promising directions. B-Dubb  is currently serving in the United States Army and has completed 4 combat tours. He did say, "I'ma keep grinding til we bring a grammy home",