We’re delighted to announce the release of our fifth collaboration, the followup to Al’s Grammy nominated “Northern Seas”.
Following the success of his first CD, Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate has begun work on his second. The first was a real family affair with Wendy and Mingo on vocals and myself on various stringed things. Gary “Spud” Spaulding and Aram Bedrosian also made guest appearances.
The enigmatic band is back following up their critically acclaimed, “Check Please”. Led by former Throbulator, Tyrone Shaw, this new disc promises to be just as pleasantly disturbing, but gluten free!
Jerry and Tyrone(right) laying down guitar overdubs.
Lots of excitement here with the return of Al Conti , fresh on the heels of last year’s Grammy Nomination. This will be our fifth consecutive project together.
After writing and producing multiple Number 1 hits overseas, we’re delighted to have the amazingly talented Ben Patton up from Boston for a couple days. He’s tying up loose ends on several CD projects, including his long awaited musical.
Master amp builder, John Haas was in laying tracks with his band, The Heaters. My own “Aqua-Man” got “the call” and ended being used on all the guitar tracks! For us geeks, the signal chain: Haas 1×12 Celestion G12H>409>UA 2-610
A2VT (Africa to Vermont) producer, David Cooper is in Mastering their debut album, “Africa, Vermont” . Three young men from Africa (Somalia, Tanzania, Congo) bringing their vision of a New American future fused with the traditions of their African past to Vermont and the world. Genre bending Urban Global, African Hip Hop, Afro-Pop and Bongo flava.
Rosie Newton just turned 11 and she’s already sung in front of 38,000 fans at storied Fenway Park, not once, but three times. She was chosen to sing “God Bless America” during the 7th inning stretch as part of the Fenway 100 Celebration. She’s now taken another step in her musical journey: Day One in the studio!