Joe “Space Owl” Meyers is also the lead production architect, for how he goes is how Life Support goes – and with potential hits like his, “Make the World Change,” Life Support is in good hands with his visionary leadership. After all, just like his moniker Space Owl, he strives to be futuristic in his business approach.
Joseph Meyers attended Foothill Junior College and doubled majored in Psychology and English. While there, he was mentored by Richard Maxwell in poetry. He also studied at the University of Northern Iowa and eventually graduated from Dominica University with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Joseph's favorite psychology classes and topics were in neuropsychology, an interest that may influence or, at least, explain his binary approach of creating music. Joe is often quoted as saying “Life support Media Group is important because we all need it.... music can be therapy and actually makes the world change.”
“Verse” Spencer, a member of the NSA (National Speaker’s Association) and an accomplished musician and author, is a legend in his own right. He is a brain optimization subject matter expert through restoration, as documented in his novel, “Maybe Life is a Test.” His quest for music brought him to Las Vegas, where he learned under the great Mike Goodwin at Poetry Nightclub in the forum’s Shops at Caesar’s Palace. Running his local’s “Earotic Poetry” night weekly in Mike Goodwin’s establishment until the closure of Poetry, Verse learned the elements of what it takes to make a nightclub successful. Therefore he focused on music and furthered his education at College of Southern Nevada, performing all over Las Vegas while studying Theatre Technology Engineering with an emphasis on set construction, computer programming and audio visual production, as well as marketing and stage management at College of Southern Nevada.
While Verse has three books, a novel and 7 albums to his credit, and he currently does public speaking on Brain Optimization through Perseverance for the NSA. Verse is a native of Washington, DC. He currently resides in Las Vegas, is heavily respected in the local scene and knows exactly what makes the city tick. Branding this tick is his skill, and along with Moniladai Coley he formed Le Consortium out of New York City. The formation of this company is a true testament of brain optimization but branding may be his best skill. Not only does he design websites through his father’s software company, but Verse also assisted in the campaign of the Fortune 500 Company Monster Energy Drink Mutant project as well as marketing for the AudioKite music ratings technology application.