Pictured at Ardent Studios in Memphis are (L-R) assistant engineer Adam Hill, artist manager/wife Jennifer James, Jason D. Williams, and engineer Eric McConnell.
Hailed as "The Past and Future of Rock and Roll"
While on the road more than 200 days a year, Memphis' own Jason D. Williams took the time to return to Ardent Studios to mix his new album, "Killer Instinct". Popular alt-country singer-songwriter Todd Snider, who recorded his "Viva Satellite" LP at Ardent, helmed the Williams project as producer and enlisted fellow East Nashvillian Eric McConnell as mix engineer. Adam Hill assisted.
The Kansas City Star has proclaimed Jason D. Williams as "the past and future of rock & roll." Ohio's Beacon Journal named him "The world's greatest piano player." He has appeared on such shows as MTV's
"News at Night", MTV's "The Week in Rock", the Pat Sajak Show, "LIVE!" on ABC, "The Regis and Kathie Lee Show", VH1, VH1's "This is Country", "Crook & Chase", "Nashville Now", "Music City Tonight", and "Entertainment Tonight", among many others.
"Working at Ardent again felt like coming home for Thanksgiving," remarked album producer Todd Snider. "I can't imagine a better place for Jason D. Williams to mix his first batch of self-penned songs. Three cheers to Ardent's own Adam Hill for his honest opinions and input. He and Ardent Studios played a priceless role in the sound and feel of this album."
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