New York City (July 8, 2005)–Recent sessions at Dubway Studios have included album mastering, music for television, and record projects. A few members of Blue Oyster Cult showed up to back singer and longtime friend Fabienne Shine for her upcoming album project, recording with Dubway engineer Mike Presta. And, Nick Records brought in the latest Lazy Town album for mastering with Dubway Studios owner Mike Crehore. Pictured at Dubway are (l-r): Albert Brouchard, Dubway Engineer Mike Presta, Fabienne Shine, Barry Gruber, Joe Brouchard, and Ross the Boss.
Producer Richard Barone was back at Dubway, this time around with Jolie Jones (daughter of Quincy Jones) cutting tracks with Dubway’s own Jason Marcucci and Presta engineering for her new children’s album. Meanwhile, James Garfunkel (son of Art Garfunkel) was in tracking demos with Art’s long-time engineer Stuart Breed, who was assisted by Dubway engineer Patrick McLemore.
Nick Jr.s hit television show The Backyardigans is in full production for season II, with musical director Evan Lurie has been hard at work tracking a wide variety of music for the show with some of NYC’s hottest musicians. Dubway engineers Crehore, Al Houghton and Keith Rigling have been tracking.
Finally, production on the Original Media/VH1 show Live At VH1 is going strong and continues to attract some of the biggest artists in the music business including Alanis Morissette. Alanis and band stopped by the set to tape a live performance in support of her world tour celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Jagged Little Pill. Marcucci recorded and mixed the session.