New York, NY (May 2, 2005)–The Discovery Channel was in Dubway Studio’s Blue Room tracking voiceovers with Dubway engineer Keith Rigling for their weekly program American Chopper, and a new weekly reality series called The Deadliest Catch. Meanwhile, in Dubway’s Yellow Room, Fred Schneider of The B52’s and Richard Barone were working with Dubway engineer Mike Presta producing British pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor for her new Polydor Records UK release. Barone and Schneider collaborated on several songs for Baxtor’s upcoming release.
Breaking for a picture at Dubway Studios in NYC are (l-r): Fred Schneider, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Richard Barone, and Dubway engineer Mike Presta.
Antony, of Antony and the Johnsons, just returned from a world tour and landed in Dubway’s Yellow Room with Dubway engineer Emery Dobyns to produce the band Beaut. The new album is expected to be out later this year. Newcomer singer/songwriter Eddie Tadross was in Dubway’s Yellow Room with producer Kerryn Tollhourst and Dubway engineer Mike Presta tracking several songs. And, Messenger Records brought in Australian artist Anne McCue’s new release for mastering with studio owner Mike Crehore in Dubway’s Blue Room.
Last but not least, Barone also did some work in Dubway’s Blue Room, putting together the soundtrack for the Palm Pictures DVD release of the new Klaus Nomi film. Barone brought the project to Crehore for mastering.