North Hollywood, CA (December 22, 2006)–Rock band Hot Hot Heat spent a few days recording in NRG Recording’s Studio B with producer Tim Palmer (Pearl Jam, U2, Robert Plant) and engineer Jamie Seyberth (The Autumns, Teenage Fanclub, Black Crowes) Hot Hot Heat in the studio (l-r): assistant engineer Josh Newell, engineer Jamie Seyberth, Hot Hot Heat’s Steve (vocals, keys), Dustin (bass), Paul (drums; sitting), producer Tim Palmer, HHH’s Luke (guitar).for an upcoming Warner Brothers release. Chris Cornell–former Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman–spent six weeks at NRG recording his sophomore solo album for A&M Records.
Cornell’s upcoming album is being produced by record executive and Grammy-winning producer Steve Lillywhite. Pictured at NRG are (l-r): NRG chief engineer Wade Norton, Chris Cornell, producer Steve Lillywhite, engineer Todd Parker, and assistant engineer Dave Colvin.The sessions took place in NRG’s Studio A with Todd Parker engineering and Dave Colvin assisting.
And, Richie Sambora recorded vocals and guitars in NRG’s Studio B for an upcoming Bon Jovi album, working with producer Dann Huff and Mark Hagen engineering.
NRG Recording Studios