Motley Crue and Linkin Park Record Duet For Hurricane Benefit

Nashville, TN (September 15, 2005)--Oceanway Nashville teamed up with local engineers J.R. Rodriquez and Mickey Cones to help rock band Motley Crue and Linkin Park lead vocalist Chester Bennington raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims. Bennington and Crue frontman Vince Neil re-recorded the Motley Crue song "Home Sweet Home," as a duet, produced by producer/songwriter Desmond Child. Allen Kovac of Tenth Street Management served as executive producer.
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Nashville, TN (September 15, 2005)--Oceanway Nashville teamed up with local engineers J.R. Rodriquez and Mickey Cones to help rock band Motley Crue and Linkin Park lead vocalist Chester Bennington raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims. Bennington and Crue frontman Vince Neil re-recorded the Motley Crue song "Home Sweet Home," as a duet, produced by producer/songwriter Desmond Child. Allen Kovac of Tenth Street Management served as executive producer. Pictured at Ocean Way are (l-r): Pro Tools engineer Jules Gondar, engineer JR Rodriguez, producer Desmond Child, OceanWay Manager Glenda Cones, Vince Neil, Chester Bennington; engineer Mickey Cones.
Ocean Way studio manager Glenda Cones put the session together in record time. "All the proceeds from the sale of this single will go directly to support the people in need in the Gulf region," said Cones. "We are thrilled to be able to donate our studio time to this project and help in this way."

For more information about how you can help the victims of Hurricane Katrina go to www.redcross.org.

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