McNally Smith College of Music Production teacher on fire in studio, onstage
TWIN CITIES â€” September 29, 2010 â€” Joe Mabbott, the McNally Smith Production and Recording teacher, is adding more heat to his â€˜res. He not only recorded and mixed the new solo album for Producer Lazerbeak of Doomtree fame â€” due out his week â€” heâ€™s a featured vocal guest along with Dessa and POS.
Mabbott will also guest on drums and vocals for the October 1 Fine Line (18+ Doors at 8:00 PM, $10.00 ) album
release in Minneapolis with special guests The Plastic Constellations and Doomtree, both groups that Mabbott has recorded, mixed and produced multiple records for. The Lazerbeak band for Friday night will also feature Dessa on vocals, POS on samples and many more special guests.
Mabbott is also back on the Billboard charts with the new Atmosphere’s EP, To All My Friends, Blood Makes The Blade Holy, which he recently recorded and produced. The disc hit #37 on Billboard Top 200 and was #1 on Itunes last week.
Stay tuned for more Mabbott developments!
About Joe Mabbott
For more insight and information about the hot producer-engineer-musician, see his link at McNally Smith College of Music:
About McNally Smith College of Music
Founded in 1985, McNally Smith College of Music is one of the top music and music business colleges in the country devoted to excellence in music industry higher education and in developing music industry professionals. An accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music, McNally Smith offers music degrees and programs in Music Performance, Recording Technology and Music Business. As of 2009, it is the only accredited music college to offer a diploma in Hip-Hop.
With more than 700 students and an 80-member faculty, McNally Smith students get a personalized music education that combines musical artistry and wide access to current music technology, research tools and performance facilities. Its diverse faculty includes GrammyÂ® Award nominees, Hollywood film composers, Broadway veterans, players in Garrison Keillorâ€™s â€œA Prairie Home Companion,â€? assorted Nashville Cats, best-selling Jazz men, authors, major label rockers, Billboard chart toppers, commissioned composers, accomplished producers and engineers who have worked with everyone from Atmosphere, Prince, Phil Collins and Aretha Franklin to Yanni, Paula Abdul, Dick Dale and countless other rockers, combos, orchestras, recording labels, and industry executives who care deeply about their art and the next generation of music makers. McNally Smith alumni are working all over the world.
For more information â€” or to interview Joe Mabbott â€” please contact Martin Keller, Media Savant Communications Co., 612-729-8585, firstname.lastname@example.org