B.B. King

Jan 1, 2004, By Chris J. Walker

If 2003 was “The Year of the Blues,” it's appropriate that the undisputed modern master of the genre, B.B. King, put out a fine album in the fall to cap the celebration....

Bungling In the Jungle

Jan 1, 2004, By Paul D. Lehrman

Okay, kids, it's the longest night of the year, so it's time to gather 'round the simulated virtual fireplace and I'll tell you some more stories from...

Tucker, Herndon Team Up

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Country superstar Tanya Tucker stopped by the B room at Nashville's East Iris Studios to record a duet with alt-country artist Ty Herndon for a remake of Elton John's “Don't Go Breaking My Heart.”...

The Naked Truth About The Beatles' Let It BeNaked

Jan 1, 2004, By Matt Hurwitz

Ever wondered what The Beatles' Let It Be album would have sounded like had it been properly completed instead of released as a companion disc to their 1970 fly-on-the-wall motion picture of the same name?...

Go Ahead, Make My Recording

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Marian McPartland's NPR radio show Piano Jazz celebrated its tenth anniversary of recording at Manhattan Beach Recording (New York City) with guest Clint Eastwood,...

Jessica Simpson Kisses Up to Fans

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Taking time out from her MTV newlywed show, Jessica Simpson stopped by Reflection Sound's (Charlotte, N.C.) Sanctuary studio for a KISS FM Superstar Listening Party,...


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Rock N Roll, Ryan Adams' newest release, was recently completed at Stratosphere Sound (NYC) with James Barber producing and Jamie Candiloro engineering....

In the Studio With Sam Cooke

Dec 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

In 1960, with several hits already under his belt, the Mississippi-born and Chicago-raised Sam Cooke signed with RCA Records, which marks the beginning of his fruitful association with staff producers Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore and engineer Al Schmitt....

Jack Clement

Dec 1, 2003, By Rick Clark

Not too many people can claim to have worked with a range of artists that includes legendary rocker Jerry Lee Lewis, singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt,...


Dec 1, 2003, By David John Farinella

Engineer John Frye is taking a breather from the year-plus recording and mixing sessions for OutKast's acclaimed new two-CD release, Speakerboxxx: The...

Liz Phair

Nov 1, 2003, By Chris J. Walker

The mid- to late '90s saw a blossoming movement of young female singer/songwriters, who mostly sang sweet, introspective songs of loves won and lost....

Bernie Williams Hits One Out of the Ballpark

Nov 1, 2003, By Gary Eskow

When your status as one of baseball's top players helps you land a recording contract that most full-time artists would kill for, expect critical listening....

Oceanside View for Silvertide

Nov 1, 2003, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Alt-rockers Silvertide spent time tracking their new album for J Records at Ocean Studios (Burbank, Calif.)....

In the Studio With Nickelback

Nov 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

Sometimes, things just don't go the way you plan them, and that can be a good thing. When the Canadian hard-rock quartet Nickelback set out to create The Long Road, their follow-up to the quintuple-Platinum release Silver Side Up, they planned to bring in producers to work on the key singles....

Sessions & Studio News

Nov 1, 2003, By Breean Lingle


Grammy-winning Russ Titelman (Paul Simon, Eric Clapton) produced the Columbia Records debut of Kentucky-based band Robinella at Bearsville Studios (Bearsville, NY)…...

Classic Tracks: The Isley Brother's "That Lady"

Nov 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

By the time the Isley Brothers scored their 2 million-selling smash hit “That Lady” in the summer of 1973, they'd already been in the music business for nearly two decades....

Taking Refuge in the Warehouse

Oct 1, 2003, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Canadian recording artist/producer Matthew Lien is currently at Bryan Adams' Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, BC, recording Arctic Refuge....

String Cheese Incident

Oct 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

The eclectic Colorado band known as the String Cheese Incident has been one of the more popular attractions on the jam-band circuit for 10 years now....

Classic Tracks: Bruce Springsteen's "The River"

Oct 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

Listening to Bruce Springsteen's song “The River” always makes me cry....

Sessions & Studio News

Oct 1, 2003

Electric Plant Studios (Brooklyn, NY) hosted Slick Pelt guitarist Mike Louis, who was in recording The Rollup....

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