Director/Producer/Editor - Torey Champagne
Director of Photography - Tom Guilmette
Assistant Director - Bill Travers
The aggressive hard hitting Rock band Prospect Hill erupted onto the North East Region turning heads like no one ever has before. Playing hundreds of shows and touring all over the country, Prospect Hill's fan base is rapidly growing with every second. Completely DIY, their last album "Prospect Hill" has sold over 5,000 copies and continues to Chart on the Billboards. With their latest released single "COME ALIVE" off their upcoming album "Impact" recorded by A-List producer Anthony J. Resta (Collective Soul, Blondie) they have begun to receive radio play across the country . Upon release, "COME ALIVE" emerged on Amazons Hot Singles Chart and peaked in the Top 10. The band has had great exposure playing with National and Local acts such as Stone Temple Pilots- Korn -Stone Sour - Disturbed - Killswitch Engage - Godsmack - Nonpoint - Sevendust - Buck Cherry - Hinder - Rev Theory - Trapt My Darkest Days - -Lansdowne - Thurkills Vision - Tester - Beneath The Sheets - Novus Dae - Loki - Dead Season - and many More..
Nationally Prospect Hill is recognized as Iowa Rock Radio Station Z98's "2006 Best New Band" and was nominated in 2007 for "Best National Act" "Best New Song" and "Best Hard Rock Song". They were named the grand prize winners in the 2008 Ryan J. Lariviere Battle of the Bands which was sponsored by Cape Rock Radio PIXY 103 and Ernie Boch Jrs Music Drives Us Foundation. In 2009 Taco Bell reached out to them to make them a "Fourth Meal" band and awarded them Taco Bell Bucks for their East Coast Tour as well as promoting them on the "Fourth Meal" website. High Times Magazine has recognized them and awarded them 2010 Best Underground Act in the Country and invited them to play their High Times Award show at Emo's in Austin, TX during SXSW. The New England Patriots and New England Revolution have also jumped on board by having Prospect Hill open a game to rock the fans with pre-game performances. Their sponsor Jagermeister been one of their biggest supporters by putting them on the Jagermeister Rock Tours for the last four years. The band was also discovered by Gavin Maloof (owner of The Sacremento Kings and Palms Hotel) after a trip to California where they headlined The San Diego Rock n Roll Marathon, thus opening doors all across the country. Their first album "For the Lovers, the Haters and the Dead" which features their single "Breakdown" as well as single "S.O.E" which featuring Godsmacks guitarist Tony Rombola, has been quite a success, selling over three thousand copies. Their "one shot" music video for their single "Roller Coaster" features MTV Real World Brooklyn's Scott Herman and has received astounding feedback. They have proven themselves as a band to watch and take seriously and though it is still very early in their career, they're on a steady pace so keep an eye out as far bigger and better things await them.