About Us


History

The League of Rock was founded by Terry Moshenberg and Topher Stott in Toronto in 2007.

It hit Terry on the head one day in March, 2006. Terry tossed the idea to Topher, and together they swiftly agreed. The aging population of rockers born in the 50's and 60's needed a creative outlet for all that music that they miss jamming to. Heck, they need it more than teenagers do. So they created the League of Rock! In the Fall of 2016, Gary Johnston and Angie Mariasine brought the League of Rock to Montreal.

The League of Rock is North America's Best Music Experience

The League of Rock has two clearly defined audiences. Companies and Individual Adults (or existing bands) who play an instrument and/or sing. For organizations of any size, the League of Rock produces the best music based team building events in North America. For Adults, the League gives thousands of people who have various careers and families an easy way meet others who play or sing, to learn from professional musicians, to record and perform live without giving up their day jobs and hitting the road.

Three very well defined programs

Consumer Music Leagues

Adult individuals or existing bands participate in a program, where they meet others who can play or sing, learn from some of Montreal's best pro's, rehearse in great spaces, record in a world class studio and perform at live venues.

Corporate Music Leagues

Much like company softball or hockey leagues, clients use the League to produce in-house bands to increase engagement, give their hidden creative class a voice and raise money for charity. It's a powerful incentive and reward program & it's a powerful recruitment tool as well.

Music Based Team Building 

This is North America's best team building event! The League of Rock produces music-based team building events for companies and other organizations where participants get to write, record and perform with famous professional musicians in half, full, and multi day programs focused on improving collaboration and team work. It's a powerful tool for engineering relationships and bringing disparate groups together. It's perfect for annual meetings, quarterlies, tech conferences, mergers and acquisitions, and fun at holiday parties or company picnics!