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Leona Naess At Dubway Working On New Album

New York City (February 17, 2006)--Leona Naess has been back at Dubway Studios this month continuing work on her new album. This time around she brought in Ryan Adams and Ben Lee to sing some backing vocals on two tracks. Dubway engineer Emery Dobyns tracked the sessions.
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New York City (February 17, 2006)--Leona Naess has been back at Dubway Studios this month continuing work on her new album. Pictured at Dubway are (l-r): Ben Lee, Leona Naess and Emery Dobyns.This time around she brought in Ryan Adams and Ben Lee to sing some backing vocals on two tracks. Dubway engineer Emery Dobyns tracked the sessions.

Singer/songwriter Anthony Hamilton stopped by the Live@VH1.com set at Dubway this month to promote his new album Ain't Nobody Worryin'. Also on the set, KT Tunstall who is currently on tour promoting her new album Eye to the Telescope and former lead singer of Live, Ed Kowalczyk, also on tour to promote his new solo album Songs from Black Mountain. Dubway Studios' chief engineer Jason Marcucci tracked and Eric Spring assisted.

Renowned guitar player Marc Ribot (Elvis Costello, Tom Waits, T-Bone Burnett) was in Dubway Studios' Yellow Room tracking demos for his upcoming album project with drummer Ches Smith and bass player Shahzad Ismaily. Franscious Lardeau engineered the session and Dubway engineer Patrick McLemore assisted. And finally, Broadway singer Audra McDonald was in with music director Ted Sperling and composer Michael John LaChiusa, tracking songs for an upcoming performance at the Houston Grand Opera.

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