Well, it’s been awhile but that’s summer in Gloucester….if we’re not in the studio cutting tracks were on the water kicking back….no extra computer time allowed! Still feels like summah here today but enough time has passed I think I ought to update….
Jeff Keithline, Sal Baglio and Dave Mattacks channeled Bonham and the boys
Not surprisingly, there are some great albums that have had their toes in the Bang-A-Song pool for even just a little bit. (And even if their toes weren’t here recently, we’re still happy to push these great recordings. Here are some of the latest:
Here’s a list of recent albums that we’ve had the pleasure of working on at Bang-A-Song. Click the name of the artist to read more about the artist, or click the name of the album to download or purchase the album.
We’re inaugurating a new tradition at Bang-A-Song: a party. A holiday party. It’s tonight, Monday, December 16th from 6pm-9pm. If you’ve never been inside a recording studio, or if you’re more than familiar with the nooks and crannies of the live room, come celebrate the season with us. [Facebook Event]
Tom Hauck is continuing to evolve into a one man band. Litehouse are finishing their three latest audio transmissions. Safety are breaking in a new member in Studio B. Bang-A-Song is hosting a holiday soiree. Rob Garfield is wrapping up his next A/B side. Anna Rae’s 5 next song ep will be completed.
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.
Bang-A-Song will be hosting Jennifer Winston of Beverly’s Speech Therapy Group at the studio for a vocal health class on Wednesday night starting at 7pm. Bang-A-Song is located at 72 Rogers Street/183 Main Street in Gloucester. The class, aimed at musicians and singers, will cover your voice, how it’s supposed to work, how to keep it healthy, and what to do if you’re worried you’re not taking care of it properly. Come on down and learn a little.