Memphis, TN (March 1, 2006)–Honeytribe, featuring singer Devon Allman (son of Duane Allman), has been to Ardent Studios to record their first full-length album, Torch. Pictured (l-r) are Pete Matthews and Devon Allman at Ardent StudiosAccording to producer/engineer Pete Matthews, tracking is almost finished, and the band plans to move into Ardent’s Studio B for mixing very soon.
The album will be released later this year, but in the meantime, check out Devon and the rest of the band out on tour, or at their website: www.honeytribe.com.
At Ardent during a recording session are (l-r) drummer Steve Hayes, producer/guitarist Bo Ramsey, Greg Brown, assistant engineer Curry Weber, engineer John Hampton, and bassist Rico Cicalo.Singer/songwriter Greg Brown has also been in Ardent Studios this month recording a new album with Ardent’s own John Hampton and Curry Weber. Brown’s album, titled Evening Call, is set to be released later this year on Red House Records.
And, Dallas singer/songwriter Michael Elford recorded at Ardent during the first week of February for a new project on Catfood Records. The band completed four songs, and is in the process of shopping the demo to major labels. Jim Gaines (Santana, Steve Miller Band, Journey) produced and Ardent’s Jason Latshaw was behind the board. Studio musicians included Carmine Rojas, Lance Keltner, Tommy Taylor, and Dan Ferguson. According to catfoodrecords.com, “Michael is a true original, his music is hard to categorize but is great, new rock.”