Mission Statement


Strawesome Records’ mission is to provide quality music under the direction of a seasonal group of music executives. Our vision is to develop new talent and guide our musicians into a wide genre of music. The opportunity we have created at Strawesome Records will bring a great foundation for artists and help establish a strong visional appearance throughout the world.
In addition to Strawesome Records, we have also established a foundation to educate and inspire young adults. We have developed a scholarship program where proceeds are given to help college students achieve their educational goals.

Michelle Strawberry, CEO

Michelle R Strawberry, sibling of baseball legend Darryl Strawberry, Michelle received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and an associate degree in Business Management.   In the late 80’s she began working in the sports marketing and entertainment Industry as Vice President of Business Operations for Darryl Strawberry Pro Sports, Inc., representing athletes in joint-venture projects, book deals, television and so much more. In the early 90’s Michelle went on to sign with The William Morris Agency and work on many projects throughout the entertainment industry.

Michelle Strawberry later began her career in the music recording industry teaming up with Jimmy Young, Kangol Kid, UTFO, Whistle and Richie Rich to produce a national marketing and media song entitled “Chocolate Strawberry” by Darryl Strawberry, featuring recording artists  UTFO and Whistle.  Thereafter, the label Strawesome Records was established and was distributed by Macola Records.

Strawesome Records went on to release two more underground artists. The Def Boy’s single entitled

“Caution” and Mas-1 single entitled Ballin both records were distributed by Ground Level and gained national media attention and sales.

Early 2000, Michelle  returned  to the studio to record new productions and worked  with many great artists, producers and engineers  such as Donald Tavie’ (Lakeside) Trevor Lawrence Blue Palm Recording Studio, Bob Tucker, Norman Connors, Jay Shanklin (Banging on Wax), Thomas Organ (Michael Jacksons lead guitarist), Derrek Organ (Drummer), Paul Jackson Jr., Gerald Albright, Edell Shepherd and many more great musicians.

Michelle Strawberry also established and promoted a nightclub “The Cave” in Beverly Hills, California.

It is now 2020, Michelle Strawberry has returned to the music scene with an all-star team and is ready for the re-launch of Strawesome Records.  Our team is extremely excited, extremely proud and ready to bring a new flavor of music back to the music recording industry.

Ken Webb, Vice President

Ken’s radio career began in the summer of 1955

He was licensed as ‘amateur radio operator' [ ham radio ] by the FCC. (WA2BQM) Trained and tutored by a decorated Tuskegee Airmen, Gene Browne.


At 19 Ken worked in various electronic companies and worked his way up in the production of audio/video electronic systems and equipment.

In 1969 Ken joined the staff at the City of New York University’s Brooklyn College Department of Speech and Theatre. Now called The Department of Radio and Television. There he served Instructor in the undergraduate and graduate program. At the same time he worked at New York radio stations; WBAB-AM, FM and WWRL-AM in news and ‘on-air’.

In 1971 he joined the Judick Broadcasting Company’s radio station, WBLS-FM. There he was the first ‘Morning Man’ giving that station #1 status in the market. In 1982 he moved to New York’s WRKS-FM (KISS-FM) bringing that station to number one.

In 1985 he returned to WBLS-FM and then back to WRKS-FM in 1989 and again back to WBLS on-air with his daughter, Teri (‘Webb And Company’) to continue to elevate the stations to #1 for the New York radio market.


In 1982 Ken became a leading International syndicator and produced and hosted ‘Jazz From the City’.

He produced the weekly show in over 65 stations in the US and 5 countries including Japan over ’The Tokyo-FM Radio Network’ consisting of 27 stations.


Ken was consistently in demand for Master Of Ceremonies at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Centre, The World Famous Apollo Theatre in New York and numerous other popular venues in the Caribbean.

He has ‘MC’d concerts with performers; George Benson, Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, James Brown and many more.

Ken and his brother ‘Tommy’ pioneered internet streaming in the mid 1990’s throughout the Caribbean extending his reach in sales, service and marketing.

He diversified his work by forming ‘Ken Webb Communications’ which combined sales and marketing with his radio, internet and television production that offered a powerful element and service to the developing internet industry.


On the ‘community service’ side of things, Ken founded both The WBLS Sur-Shot and the WRKS ‘KISS Kards’ benefit basketball teams for the purpose of raising much needed funds for the New York Metro area communities.

As an active player and fan Ken takes great pride in his image as a wholesome role model, often lecturing at schools and community groups on the necessity of a good education, and the perils of substance abuse. Despite his hectic schedule, Ken still finds time to donate his talent to numerous local and national non-profit organizations.


In 2005 Ken Joined SiriusXM and can be heard on-air ‘Soultown’, Channel #49, 6a (M-F)

Webb enjoys listening to jazz, traveling, playing golf and the Ministry. He and his wife Theresa have raised 7 children with 5 grandchildren.

Ronald M Lebow, VP Business & Legal Affairs

Ronald M. Lebow, is a graduate of UCLA and Loyola Law School, earning a scholarship to study International Law in Oxford, England. Mr. Lebow has been an attorney in the Entertainment and Sports field since 1978, including representing artists, composers, producers, bands and record labels. Mr. Lebow was a partner in the Law Firm of Crowley, Lebow and Cuneo for eleven years, and has owned and operated the Law Offices of Ronald M. Lebow for the past 30 years.

Mr. Lebow has been on panel discussions related to the music industry and has conducted interactive seminars on the music industry in Los Angeles. Mr. Lebow has received the highest possible rating, AV Preeminent in both legal ability and ethical standards as rated by the opinion of members of the Bar and Judiciary for the past 5 consecutive years from Martindale Hubbell. In addition, Mr. Lebow has also received recognition as the top ONE percent of America’s Most Honored Professionals as certified by The American Registry.

Bob Tucker, VP Sound Recording & Chief Engineer

Bob Tucker is one of the golden ears of the digital audio revolution, merging both technical and musical skills. Tucker started his studio career in the mid 80’s. and into the 90’s as chief engineer for Muse Studio (Northridge) and Trevor Lawrence’s Blue Palm Studios. (North Hollywood). Whether it is production, engineering, post-production or remixes--Tucker delivers.

In the traditional R&B genre, he recorded and mixed The Temptations’ Grammy winning album Ear-Resistible and the largest selling Temptations Album Phoenix Rising, and a number one hit for India. Arie, also her album “This Is My Testimony Vol. 1. During two years of mixing The On Tour television rock concert series for PBS, he mixed a phenomenal cross-section of major recording artists, over a hundred notables with a wide variety of needs including Sting, Tears For Fears, The Cure, Bruce Hornsby, Dishwalla, Indigo Girls, The Goo Goo Dolls, Beck, Joan Osborne, The Gin Blossoms, Bush, The Cowboy Junkies, No Doubt, The Verve Pipe, Poe, Rickie Lee Jones and White Zombie.

He has also engineered songs for major motion picture soundtracks including: Scary Movie, The Waterboy, Dr. Dolittle, What Women Want, Above The Rim, Deuce Bigalow and Exit Wounds. He has also made a mark in Latin music, mixing and mastering numerous artists for Ahi-Nama, Jimmy Maslin’s noted Cuban music, Including “The New Jump Blues” Ahi-Nama's newest.

He has shaped the sound of such hits as Tupac Shakur’s “Keep Your Head Up,” “Pour Out A Little Liquor,” “Dear Mama,” and the remix “I Get Around.” He also recorded and mixed Kurupt’s “We Can Freak It” with producer Battlecat. His flamenco remix of Angela Via’s “Picture Perfect” (Atlantic Records) displays his production skills.