Here’s the video for “Jane” that They Were Only Satllelites recorded with our good friend Steven Courney at Folketown Studios.
… I’m the guy in the orange tie
Starting next weekend I’ll be on tour, playing bass with Joe Jack Talcum (Dead Milkmen, Butterfly Joe). We’ll be skipping down to Athens, GA for the Athens Popfest and back. Here are the dates and venues if you’d like to check us out!
Thanks to Bobby, Tom, and Darry for having me over to Right Coast Recording to hang out, geek out on gear, and sit in on a session. What a great room. Killer gear, great people, and great sounds. Good things are happening over there and I’m sure I’ll be back to do some tracking myself. Be sure to check them out at www.rightcoastrecording.com.
After a few years of talking about it and trying to make out schedules work, I’m finally getting down to the business of making the first Jack Dillman studio record. Jack is a staple in the Lancaster music scene, a talented songwriter, and a good friend. We did some pre-production work over the weekend and we’ll be slowly selecting and refining the songs for the album and getting everyone on board for the recording sessions. More to come. We’ll keep ya posted.
Stinging Nettles’ album “Tread Softly” hits stores today. You can purchase a copy at CDbaby or download the full album or single tracks at DigStation. If you’re in the Lancaster area you can purchase a copy at Mr. Suit Records. You can also preview three full tracks at the Stinging Nettles myspace page.
Here’s a streaming audio version of the first single “Ocean Nose”:
Stinging Nettles is a fuzz-folk/indie trio based in Lancaster PA featuring the songs of John Huebner. The record was recorded and mixed by me here in my studio and mastered by Garrett Haines at Treelady Mastering.
We are mighty proud of this album. (I play bass in the band as well) I hope you can check it out for yourself, pick up a copy, and support independent music!
Here’s one of the first reviews of the record from The Sentinel in Cumberland County, PA