I was in the studio all weekend, laying down final vocal tracks. Feels good to notch it up another level!
Monthly Archives: April 2008
Steve Pineo was in the studio today, laying down acoustic and electric guitar parts for 6 tracks of the CD. I’m a big fan of Steve’s – “Too Bad for Me” was a big hit for Prairie Oyster last year. And let’s not forget “Canadian Man” recorded by Paul Brandt. Love the melodic, musical way … Continued
Launch: of website and more… Here we go! Thanks to all the friends, family, fans, and mentors who are pushing me ahead on this! Design of the website, including photography for my artistic portraits, was by handled by incredibly talented Calgary designer, Han Siu.
The great Charlie Villieux (my dear friend and former band-mate from the Men of Constant Sorrow) came to the studio this afternoon and laid down pedal steel on two tracks for the CD… gorgeous work, Charlie! Thank you!!
Peter Marley was in-studio, laying down guitar tracks today. Magic on the strings! (Peter has been giving me guitar lessons since December) You can hear a rough cut of Peter playing guitar with me on the “Long Way Down” track currently on the web site (he’s doing the fancy stuff!). Not sure if we’ll keep … Continued
Just had the first day in the studio with my rhythm section, including Thom Moon on drums, Danny Patton on bass, and Ron Casat on the keys – the songs are already taking shape… some great ideas from the guys too!