Author Archives: jb
Yeah, well, it’s been about a hundred years since I updated this. But we have been working away at the new studio. We are hopefully in the home stretch on this thing. We’re painting the interior, trimming out the doors & windows. I never would’ve dreamed that we’d still be working on this project when … Continue reading
I may have mentioned on this site somewhere that Baker Acres Studio had plans to expand. Well they have come to fruition after lo these many years of searching for the perfect site at the perfect price. In the next few blog posts, I will attempt to recount the long journey to where I am … Continue reading
Hello, I hope you’ll check out this cool project I worked on with my friends Doug Campbell and Bill Ardison It’s a free download. Make sure you download the whole album at once because that way you get a pdf with the lyrics, written by students from Roane County High School. There are moments of … Continue reading
Econopop will be playing songs from “Woodgrain” this Wednesday night at the Speakeasy on the 2nd floor of the Preservation Pub. It’s new, clean, non-smoking and we’re playing at a decent hour (8:30-10pm). Oh, and even better, it’s FREE! So what are you waiting for? Come on down.
Well folks, my new album “Woodgrain” is born. You can download it here. Have a listen and if you like, I hope you’ll buy one. And if you’re one of those collector types, order the physical CD. It’s worth it. Handmade and designed by George Middlebrooks at www.asideproject.com . Thanks for your beautiful art George. … Continue reading
Well Woodgrain is mastered and sounds great! Jim Rivers over at KATP Studio did a bang-up job mastering it and smoothing out the rough edges. Now we move on to the packaging. I always wait till the last minute to do this stuff and in my experience, it takes almost as long as the recording … Continue reading
My new album “Woodgrain” is finished! Well, almost. I sent it to KatP Studio to be mastered only to find out that some of the tracks are mixed too hot and are a bit distorted. So I gotta go pull down some faders. But that shouldn’t take too long. I’ve got my friend George Middlebrooks … Continue reading