A special Y100 radio recording for broadcast took place at Indre Studios (Philadelphia) with Jane's Addiction. Perry Farrell and the gang stopped by and played for a packed house of listeners. Perry sang in the isolation booth until the last song, when he kicked down the door and hit the front of the stage. He even danced with audience members. Mike Richelle manned the console for this session.
In other session news, Train stopped by for another installment of "Live from the World Café" with guest host Michaela Majoun. The band performed songs from their new album My Private Nation, which they are currently on tour promoting, as well as their previous hits including "Drops of Jupiter" and "Meet Virginia." This session was recorded by Indre's Michael Comstock. 103.9's "Behind the Beats" session, with host and producer Colby Colb came by with artist/producer Pharrell Williams. Best known for being half of the production team The Neptunes, Pharrell fielded over an hour's worth of questions from audience members on subjects including money, music and love. His new album is due out at the end of the summer. Comstock recorded the session.
Indre rolled out the remote truck and headed over the bridge to Camden, N.J.'s Tweeter Center to Lollapalooza to record Queens of the Stone Age for a Y100 radio backstage performance in front of a fans. Engineers Pete Girgenti and Geoff Pawlikowski recorded the event.
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