Atlanta, GA (September 1, 2005)–Ruby Red Productions’ owner/producer and Epic recording artist Butch Walker, took a few days off from his touring scheduling to fit some sessions this summer. Epic recording artists and Japanese sensations Puffy AmiYumi tracked “Radio Tokyo” and “Call Me What You Like,” written and produced by Walker, engineered by Paul Hager, and engineered and mixed by Russ-T Cobb. The songs are to be included on a February 2006 release.
Look out for Tommy Lee’s Tommyland: The Ride dropping in August. Walker wrote and lent his vocals to the first single “Good Times,” which is also the theme to Tommy’s reality show Tommy Lee Goes To College on NBC this fall.
Cobb put Ruby Red to good use this summer, producing/engineering the new release Every Trick’s A Good One for Atlanta local artists The Swear (www.theswear.com). The record is due out on October 18, 2005. Cobb stated, “The Swear session was cool because it was nothing over the top, it was very stripped down rock. Elizabeth [Elkins, The Swear’s lead vocalist] wrote great songs and I really didn’t want the production to get in the way of it.”
Atlanta artist Tim Brantley (www.timbrantley.com) selected Cobb to produce and engineer his second record The Lion of Truth slated for a fall release. Lending their considerable talent to the project were: Kenny Creswell on drums, Tony Reyes on bass, I Nine’s Bryan Gibson on cello, Cobb on guitar and percussion and Brantley on piano and the Wurlitzer. Cobb had this to say about the session, “Recording Lion was great because we had an amazing group of musicians playing well-crafted songs with Tim’s compelling voice.”
Warner Brothers recording artists My Chemical Romance stopped in the midst of the Warped Tour to have Russ-T do edits for a live show filmed in Orlando, FL. The show will be aired on MTV in the coming months.
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