Jack Kreisberg has been in the record business for over 45 years. He has worked through the years for Buddah Records, Arista Records, CTI Records and Hot Productions, to name a few. In the late 90's, Jack was brought in to the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City to start a record label for them, called "Half Note Records". In 2001, he won a Latin Grammy Award as Best Producer for the Paquito D'Rivera Quintet CD. During his years at the Blue Note, Jack produced Ben E. King, Lionel Hampton, Irwin Mayfield, Will Calhoun, Grady Tate, Alvin Jones and Miri Ben Ari, among others. In 2005, he left the label to pursue a new position with Showplace Studios as President of their label "Showplace Productions" and produced many performers such as Godfathers of Groove, Bill Easley, Rubin Wilson, Rodney Jones, Bob DeVos, Vince Ector and Chembo, and the list goes on. Jack is still working with many of these artists and stays actively involved with the label.