Just back from two production trips to Nashville, lots of great music and a chance to visit some of my many cherished colleagues!
Elizabeth Carrigan‘s story is dramatic and compelling (read more). We’ve started work on finishing a project she began four years ago. I took a few of her vocal tracks to Nashville, where I, Jeff Taylor, Chris Leuzinger, Wayne Killius and John Vogt overdubbed a blues-y groove to some traditional Celtic folk songs. What a great, unusual sound! So, initial vocal recorded here on the Seacoast, band in Nashville, mixing at Mill Pond Music. Attention New England artists and songwriters: sound intriguing?
Check out The Greenwood Laddie:
The Fireflies, in Nashville and Portsmouth
Harry and Luca are sounding better than ever, back in the U.S. from London. This time we tracked a few songs with a Nashville rhythm section, followed by overdubs and mixing back here in Portsmouth.
Popular Illinois country artist Greg Schneider cut 4 new songs, sounding very good indeed-check out Man Cave:
And, one of my most prolific songwriter clients David Stewart came down from New York with a new collection of finely crafted contemporary country songs, including this unusual and touching piece with an outstanding Tim Buppert vocal: