New York, NY (August 16, 2005)–Dubway Studios has been handling tracking sessions for the television show Live At VH1.com, and recently David Gray, Bob Mould, Liz Phair, Missy Higgins, and Hootie & The Blowfish paid visits to the facility to record sets. Dubway engineer Jason Marcucci tracked the sessions with assistance from Ryan Geller. Dubway engineer Jason Marcucci with Bob Mould
Alicia Keys recently had a guest spot on an episode of the kids television show The Backyardigans. She played a “Mommy Martian” and sang “The Boinga Song,” and tracking took place in Dubway’s Yellow Room with owner/engineer Al Houghton and assistant Patrick McLemore.
Dubway Manager Steven Alvarado with Emery Dobyns and Tony Shanahan
Dubway engineer Emery Dobyns brought in the new Patti Smith live album to mix with Smith’s bassist Tony Shanahan. The album is a live version of her legendary debut album Horses, and will be included as a 30 year anniversary bonus CD with her new album later this year.
Kenny Wollesen, Dubway manager Steven Alvarado, Julia Joseph, Dubway owner/engineer Mike Crehore, producer Bruce Brody, and Joseph’s manager Craig Cook
Newcomer Julia Joseph began tracking her debut album in Dubway’s Yellow Room with producer Bruce Brody (Ricky Lee Jones, Maria McKee, Lone Justice) and Dubway owner/engineer Mike Crehore. Brody has assembled some of NYC’s most sought-after session players for these tracking dates, including Kenny Wollesen (Tom Waits, Ron Sexsmith) on drums and percussion and Paul Norwinski (Pat Martino, Ricky Lee Jones) on bass.