Topher Stott

  • Music Director

    November 14, 1974


    Toronto, Ontario, Canada


    49 Years Old



    Other Information

    Occupation Music director
    Nationality Canadian
    Citizenship Canadian
    TheGoodbones, Hitmen Drumline
    Education York University


    Canadian Music Director, Creative Strategist, Innovator & Entrepreneur Topher Stott is a well-known creative in the music industry. Besides his work in Sports Entertainment and Event Production, he has done considerable work in the worlds of technology, content creation, and fan engagement. He has fans including Facebook, Instagram (@topherstott) & Linkedin accounts from all over the world.

    Before Fame

    As a drummer, Topher played with some icons in his home country of Canada. And successfully collaborated with industry legends from all musical genres across the global music community.


    He started his band, The GoodBones to build a backup band that has worked some with the best artists in music. The GoodBones has served as the backup band for over 150 artists. Topher’s musical foundation, attention to detail, and reputation for excellence have allowed him to work in studios, concert halls, corporate events, and sports arenas. As a music director, he has successfully produced events with international brands like Google, In and Out Burger, YouTube Music, Wendys, Coca-Cola, IHG, and Microsoft.

    Personal Life

    Topher Stott was born on November 14, 1974, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He grew up with his parents, Jim and Maryjane started playing drums at a young age and went to Senator O’Connor College School in Canada. Topher studied Music Performance and Interactive Multimedia eventually earning a BFA from York University, where he also was a member of the Music Faculty teaching in the Modern Improvisation Program.

    Associated with

    He performed live with famous artists including Big Boi, Indigo Girls, En Vogue, Steve Cropper, Alice Cooper, and more. Topher is proud to endorse Paiste Cymbals, Vic Firth Sticks, Remo Drumheads, and Roland Electronics.


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