Roy Hurd has released his new CD. “Journey On” is Roy’s 18th album to date. Continue reading Journey On Roy Hurd New CD Release
The Bluegrass for the Next Generation Project at SUNY Plattsburgh is still going strong!
I have been involved as a mandolin instructor in the program since the fall of 2014, and it has been an awarding experience. Continue reading Bluegrass is Alive and kicking at SUNY Plattsburgh
I am very happy to have in my hands a copy of the new Rick Davies Thugtet CD, recorded, mixed and mastered at the Addition Studio. Started in November of 2015, SUNY Plattsburgh Professor and talent musician/composer Dr. Rick Davies approached the Addition Studio about fulfilling a project he had in mind. Continue reading Rick Davies Thugtet CD release
Sad news to post. The talented and well-respected veteran dobro master Junior Barber has passed away. Junior leaves behind a lifetime of professional performances, recordings, and many musical friendships. Continue reading Passing of respected friend and musician, Junior Barber
The Addition Studio will be recording mandolin tracks for Roy Hurd’s new CD, slated to be finished in the spring of 2017.
I have had the pleasure of working with and accompanying Roy Hurd on mandolin for the last year and a half. Roy’s music has been the heart and soul of the Adirondack folk music scene for decades. Holding a staff writing position for both Sony Music and Warner/Chappell, Roy wrote and contributed songs to artists such as Continue reading Addition Studio working with Roy Hurd Adirondack folk singer
I am happy to report that all the artists involved with the late Rick Davies’ Latin Funk Thugtet CD project have finished recording their tracks at The Addition Studio this past week. It’s been a long road, but the studio has seen Herm Matlock, Corey Marsico, Ray Vega, Wayne Davison, Michael Lewandowski, and Alex Stewart performing solos and multiple horn parts for the heads to all eight original songs…….. Continue reading Rick Davies’ Latin Funk Thugtet CD update
I recently took a trip to Burlington, Vermont to enlist the services of the talented and well established luthier, Joseph Cleary. I had some issues with my current mandolin that I perform with, so I made a date to consult with him on how to deal with the issues.
I had met Joe previously when he came to the Addition Studio to track some violin on Steve Light’s recording project, “Banjo and Friends.” I was impressed with the tracks Joe contributed to the album, as well as the violin that he built and used on the session.