Lynn Orman Weiss, Gus Redmond, and Jerry Williams

Lynn Orman Weiss

Lynn Orman Weiss is a leading figure on the Chicago music scene, is a Music Producer of live and special events for concerts, film, television and radio programming. Her Orman Music & Media Group was founded in 2001 and utilizes strategic approaches that employ the use of webTV, radio, podcast, events, social media, direct mail and branded content as client message-bearers. Her passion is radio and you can hear her on WNUR Radio, 89.3 FM, The Blues Show on Sundays.
This is Lynn’s fourth year of producing the ‘Music Revolution to End Homelessness’. She is on the first A Safe Haven Advisory Board and has been instrumental in bringing creative projects, creating documentaries and working closely with Neli Vazquez Rowland to tell the stories that live within the community of A Safe Haven Foundation. Her production company, Music4Good Productions brings together ‘Music for a Cause’. She is proud to be working on the cause of poverty and homelessness at A Safe Haven Foundation.



Gus Redmond
Gus Redmond is the Vice President of Music Quest Communications. Redmonds’ outstanding leadership and organizational skills has helped build the Music Quest Communications LLC network, and he runs the marketing and promotional activities. Redmond has spent the last 40 years working with the “Who’s Who” within the recording industry. He is a renowned business manager, sales manager, writer, and concert/event talent producer working with companies such as; Jamboree Inc., Ald. Jo Ann Thompson 63rd st. Music Fest, Chicago Special Events, City of Evanston Special Events, Chicago The Black Women’s Expo, CPI Distribution and many others.


Jerry W. Williams Sr. is CEO/Founder of THE WIL’DA GROUP, an artist management company headquarted in Chicago; representing such clients as T. L. Williams & The Storm Chaser Orchestra. He also serves as President of Chi-Sound Records; a label founded by legendary producer Carl Davis (The Chi-lites, Jackie Wilson, Tyrone Davis). A former musician himself, Jerry moved to the front office of the music business after serving as President/BA for the Amalgamated Transit Union local 308, representing thousands of rapid transit operators working for the Chicago Transit Authority. His latest book, “Ungrateful: The Rise & Fall of Labor Unions” is available now in all major bookstores. You can also catch his hit talk show “Talk Labor” on Thursday nights at 6:30pm.