Robert Earl Keen Records With Ed Cherney

Apr 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Texas roots-rocker Robert Earl Keen trekked to Glenwood Place Studios in L.A. to record his 11th album, What I Really Mean, with producer Rich Brotherton...

Q.O.T.S.A. Master Lullabies at Bernie Grundman

Apr 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Hot and heavy rock band Queens of the Stone Age, whose single, Little Sister, has blazed its way all over alt-rock radio, mastered their new album for...

Hopesfall at Vudu Studios

Apr 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Hardcore/emo band Hopesfall worked themselves into exhaustion with producer Steve Haigler (The Pixies, Brand News) at VuDu Studios (

Apprentice Contestant Gets Luminous

Apr 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Danny Kastner, aka a guitar guy from The Apprentice, paid a visit to the studio bau:ton designed Luminous Sound in Dallas to oversee a string session...

Track Sheet

Apr 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Producer Jaeson Jarrett and engineer Vachek Aghaniantz re-edited and mixed the six-disc series, The PPL Records Story, Volume III...

Johnny Tech Gets Busy With New X Bus

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Johnny Tech, who has produced and/or engineered albums for Ice-T, Macy Gray and Nelly, among others, has launched a new production company with partner/friend...

Bo Jones Knows SugarHill

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Houston-based rock trio Bo Jones ( shacked up at that city's SugarHill Recording Studios to finish their full-length debut, which was...

It's Midnight Elevent at Pilot Recording

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

East Coast blues-rock combo Midnight Eleven stopped by Will Schillinger's Pilot Recording in New York City to record their D.I.Y. debut, produced by Schillinger...

Pipes Brothers Co-Produce Deatherage

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

UK producer Damien Mendis (Gorillaz, Electric Six, Atomic Kitten) traveled to Dallas to work with artist-turned-producers Todd and Toby Pipes (Deep Blue...

The Gourds Dare to be Weird

Mar 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

It's difficult to describe the music of Austin-based indie heroes The Gourds. doesn't quite do it justice. On the group's Website (,...

Jolie Holland: Young Talent, Old Soul

Mar 1, 2005, By Breean Lingle

That you can't gauge the limits of Jolie Holland's talent or the perimeters of her personality is part of her charm. She has more than a few stories to...

Nashville Skyline

Mar 1, 2005, By Rick Clark

I was at a crazy East Nashville art gallery party last Halloween, taking in the collective nuttiness when a buddy of mine (and fine singer/songwriter),...

Track Sheet

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Heather Johnson

NORTHWEST Lloyd Maines visited Studio 880 (Oakland) to produce tracks for S.F. band The Waybacks with engineer Bruce Kaphan. Blackalicious buried themselves...

Sonny Landreth: Captured Live At Last

Mar 1, 2005, By Jeff Forlenza

Performing live, Sonny Landreth is a bolt of Louisiana lightning, feeding off the crowd's energy and radiating high-octane bon temps blues. Landreth strums,...

Stroke 9: Reclaiming Their D.I.Y. Spirit

Mar 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

Two years ago, it really looked like the San Francisco band Stroke 9 was going to take off. Their long road began, incredibly enough, in a Rock Band class...

The Nick Luca Trio: A Little Night Music

Mar 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

Little Town, the remarkably moody and evocative first album by the Tucson-based Nick Luca Trio, evolved over a period of months during which Luca was...

Like Father, Like Son

Mar 1, 2005, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Singer/composer/guitarist Ral Midn finished recording his debut CD, State of Mind, with producing family team Arif and Joe Mardin behind the Neve console...

Classic Tracks: B.B. King's "The Thrill Is Gone"

Feb 1, 2005, By Dan Daley

While much of what Bill Szymczyk has recorded during the past 40 years, from The Eagles to Joe Walsh to The Who, now forms the elevator soundtrack to...

Ardent Gets a Taste of Honey Tribe

Feb 1, 2005, By Heather Johnson

Devon Allman, son of rock legend Gregg Allman, brought his new band Honey Tribe (formerly Ocean Six) to Ardent Studios' A room to track their forthcoming...

Behind the Glass

Feb 1, 2005, By Heather Johnson

Mississippi natives 3 Doors Down skipped over to Nashville, where they mixed songs from their forthcoming Universal release, Seventeen Days, at Emerald...

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