Warren is a Gloucester native who’s been working out of Manhattan for the last five years. Though living back home on the island he’s still engineering in and for NYC and its recording stars, but has begun bumping at Bang-A-Song when not printing vocal stems on his home rig. We’re happy to have him.
The Cripple Cove Quartet featuring The Goddesses picked up a last minute gig at The Dog Bar in Gloucester tomorrow night (Saturday, April 6th). The Goddesses plus Ryan Alto, Geoff Small, and Pete Koeplin will be doing three sets of harmony-laden pre-Beatles and Pub Rock starting around 9pm. Shake, Rattle & Roll!
It’s official! Jen Morrison is Bang-A-Song’s first staff engineer. After spending the final months of 2012 assisting on the upcoming Jon Butcher Axis release Jen has tweaked the lights and adjusted the mics and has spent the first quarter of 2013 running sessions for just about everyone listed below (In The Studio: April 2013). She’s a welcome addition to the studio: her spirit and skills….not just her vintage Wurlitzer, Tech 21 di/driver, and sweet JMS Martin acoustic.