Tour Profile: Robert Cray
Front-of-house engineer Gary Newell should be eligible for hazard pay as he travels across the globe with blues man Robert Cray. It's not that...
Raymond Herrera probably didn't think his percussive skills would lead to a second career in the video game industry.
Apparently, the two-time Grammy Award-nominated blues-rock artist Susan Tedeschi has never heard the term keep it simple. How do we know that? Consider
N*Sync on DVD
As if the N*Sync calendar wasn't full enough - four albums in five years, a run of stadium tours and appearances at the Olympics,...
While Jurassic 5 climbs to the top of the charts with the tune What's Golden from their latest offering, Power In Numbers, one of...
For Daniel Johns, linchpin of the popular Australian band Silverchair, the successful consummation of the band's fourth release, Diorama, started way
Solomon Burke drove to the Sound Factory in Hollywood with only one thing on his mind: On this session, I did no changes, I...
Facility Spotlight: Wave Group
Since Wave Group opened its Santa Clara, Calif., location in 1996, the company has morphed into a jack-of-all-trades for audio client services, handling
For his second solo album, One All, former Crowded House frontman Neil Finn wanted to take a bit of a different approach to songwriting...
Spank! Adds West Coast Design
Remember the old saw, Jack-of-all-trades, master of none? Well, one spin through the reels of sound designer Tim Gedemer and composer Sophia Morizet proves
Singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega is best known for her social commentary in the hit bittersweet, poetic lyrics in Marlene on the Wall, and the offbeat...