Nashville, TN (March 15, 2005)–Phish frontman Trey Anastasio and his own namesake band camped out in East Iris Recording’s Studio A, cutting guitar-heavy tracks on the SSL 9080 with producer Rick Beato, engineer Peter Carini and assistant engineer Sang Park.
Trey Anastasio flashes his signature smile, jamming out at East Iris Studios in Nashville’s Berry Hill neighborhood.
Also in Studio A at East Iris, mixing his debut release for Warner Nashville, was bluesy soul singer Jon Nicholson, the latest member of MusikMafia–the collective behind nu-country superstars Gretchen Wilson and Big & Rich. Behind the board for the project was producer Angelo and engineer Jacquire King. Big & Rich’s Big Kenny and John Rich dropped by to say hello.
Hot off his Grammy Awards performance with Lynard Skynard, ace guitarist Gary Rossington stopped into Studio A to cut tracks for a new release with producer/engineer David Z. The band backing up Rossington included guitarist Jack Holder, Little Feat drummer Richie Haworth, and Dale Rossington on vocals.
Meanwhile, Studio B’s Pro Tools HD and SSL stayed busy mixing with Nicole Nordman recording for EMI/CMG with producer Jay Joyce, engineer David Leonard and assistant Mike Paragone, and vocals for Island Def Jam’s new singer/songwriter Courtney Jaye, with Peter Collins producing and Paragone engineering.
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