45TH Annual Grammy Awards

Apr 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

There was something for almost everybody on the marathon 45th Annual Grammy Awards telecast, held February 23 at New York City's Madison Square Garden....

Susan Tedeschi

Apr 1, 2003, By David John Farinella

Apparently, the two-time Grammy Award-nominated blues-rock artist Susan Tedeschi has never heard the term keep it simple. How do we know that? Consider...

Jim Scott

Apr 1, 2003, BY MAUREEN DRONEY

When you're tired of sound-alike mixes and you want your music to sound like your band instead of some over-EQ'd, overcompressed, generic dreck, who ya...

Rick DiFonzo

Apr 1, 2003, BY GARY ESKOW

You've played screaming guitar solos before the largest audience in entertainment history, tracked some tasty acoustic solos for a picky client named...

The Flaming Lips

Mar 1, 2003, By Gaby Alter

What do the Flaming Lips have in common with the Ozark Big-Eared Bat? Both are native to Oklahoma, and both are on endangered-species lists. In the Lips'...

Disturbed

Mar 1, 2003, By Elianne Halbersberg

Few could have predicted that Disturbed's debut album, The Sickness, would turn the Chicago band into a multi-Platinum international success. But by the...

L.A. Grapevine

Mar 1, 2003, by Maureen Droney

Record One Studios started off the new year with some cool B.B. King sessions in Studio B, engineered by Don Murray and produced by Simon Climie, the...

Classic Tracks: The MC5's "Kick Out the Jams"

Mar 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

One band that distilled the brutal essence of rock's primal roar to its most fearless, floor-shaking manifestation was the Motor City Five, better known as The MC5. By the time they signed with Elektra, The MC5 became legendary throughout the Midwest for their incendiary live shows......

Surround Variations

Mar 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

Just as every stereo recording project is unique in some way, surround recording and mixing present certain variables and peculiarities. Recently, we...

Nashville Skyline

Mar 1, 2003, by Rick Clark

Twenty minutes east of Nashville is WireWorld, the domain of hard rock producer/engineer/mix master Michael Wagener. During the '80s and beginning of...

Chris O'Brien

Mar 1, 2003, BY GARY ESKOW

Chris O'Brien... a drummer, programmer and composer, O'Brien has handled synth chores for the likes of Michael Jackson, Amy Grant and Lionel Richie. He also keeps busy writing cues for Entertainment Tonight and General Hospital, and banging the kit for numerous sessions....

Bryan Ferry Frantic?

Mar 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

Throughout his three-decade recording career, elegant crooner Bryan Ferry has continually broken rules in search of his own musical nirvana. The debonair,...

Jamming With moe.

Feb 1, 2003, by Blair Jackson

Call it the Grateful Dead Syndrome: a problem that seems to afflict nearly every group that's part of the current jam band scene is that their studio...

You Call That Music?

Feb 1, 2003, By Chris Michie

By the end of the 1970s, Frank Zappa had released 28 original albums (including seven two-LP releases), either by the Mothers of Invention or under his own name. Deeply distrustful of large record companies, Zappa had set up his own independent record label ......

Traffic's ''Dear Mr. Fantasy''

Feb 1, 2003, by Blair Jackson

Although Steve Winwood was just shy of 19 when he formed the group Traffic in the spring of 1967, he was already a veteran performer. Having played with his brother Muff in jazz bands in his early teens......

Nashville Skyline

Feb 1, 2003, by Rick Clark

Last month, I highlighted the Lyric Street label's successful run of hit releases that were produced by new or unproven producers. Well, that isn't the...

World Music Network

Feb 1, 2003, by Robert Alexander

Tucked away in the heart of London is a small but incredibly vibrant company whose sole purpose over the past eight years has been to bring the music...

Beat Street Productions

Feb 1, 2003, BY GARY ESKOW

Joe Franco, owner of Beat Street Productions (www.beatstreetnyc.com), has a couple of things going for him. As the former drummer for Twisted Sister,...

Jurassic 5

Feb 1, 2003, by David John Farinella

While Jurassic 5 climbs to the top of the charts with the tune What's Golden from their latest offering, Power In Numbers, one of the outfit's DJs explains...

Elaine Martone

Feb 1, 2003, BY CHRIS J. WALKER

A promising oboist 20 years ago, Elaine Martone never thought or aspired to be a record producer or, for that matter, a label executive. Nonetheless,...

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