New Cooks In Sound Kitchen

Franklin, TN (January 27, 2005)--Sharon Corbitt, former studio manager of Ocean Way Nashville, has accepted the position of studio manager at The Sound Kitchen, the 7-room recording facility owned and operated by Weston Entertainment. Heather Kerr, former studio operations coordinator at Ocean Way Nashville, has accepted the position of assistant studio manager. Corbitt is a 20-year veteran of Music Row, including six years at Ocean Way Nashville. Before joining Ocean Way in 2002, Kerr worked in the A&R department at Mercury Records.
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Franklin, TN (January 27, 2005)--Sharon Corbitt, former studio manager of Ocean Way Nashville, has accepted the position of studio manager at The Sound Kitchen, the 7-room recording facility owned and operated by Weston Entertainment. Heather Kerr, former studio operations coordinator at Ocean Way Nashville, has accepted the position of assistant studio manager. Corbitt is a 20-year veteran of Music Row, including six years at Ocean Way Nashville. Before joining Ocean Way in 2002, Kerr worked in the A&R department at Mercury Records.

With offices in San Antonio and Nashville, Weston Entertainment is a multi-faceted company with holdings in the hospitality, music, media and real estate industries. Headed by San Antonio native Gregg Weston and a team of seasoned hospitality and entertainment executives and entrepreneurs, the company has more than 300 employees in a wide range of exciting operations. In addition to owning Rio Plaza (formerly Presidio Plaza) on the San Antonio Riverwalk, Weston Entertainment also owns and operates the Sound Kitchen, three recording labels, a music distribution company, two Abilene-area radio station and a wide variety of other properties and businesses.

"One of the main reasons that I was so excited about joining The Sound Kitchen, is the broad vision that Greg Weston and the whole Weston team have regarding the future of entertainment and how The Sound Kitchen and the future of recording fits into that picture," said Sharon Corbitt. "As our clients have known from working with Heather and me at Ocean Way, the service that we provide as a studio, goes beyond just the recording process. It takes care, commitment and belief to create a team and to help our clients create the best product possible. When clients come to work with us at The Sound Kitchen, they will see the level of commitment that we are talking about. We are currently working on aesthetic upgrades and raising the level of all of our services. We have such an amazing group of people working here and everyone is on the same page when it comes to serving our clients and their projects. The Sound Kitchen is more than a recording facility; this will be for our clients, a home away from home."

The Sound Kitchen
www.soundkitchen.com