ManCave Studio Diary #6 – Of Proof, Pudding and Eating

Yes, late again, so just a brief one this week…

Partly that is because the Sunday afternoon I usually reserve for writing this blog was otherwise pleasantly taken up with a 4-song recording session with Sal Indigo, along with FatC drummer Chris Bender and graciously sitting in on bass, Lonely Hearts‘ front man Omar Saab.

This was the first run through for the new isolation booth, and first listen seems to be an enthusiastic  thumbs up by Chris, who added the acoustic quality in the room was very good despite the coziness. A huge benefit was how much better everyone could hear themselves in the headphones. I guess the proof of the pudding was indeed in the eating (it seems this is the correct idiom).

The tracks have still to be mixed, and if Sal is good with it, I could feature in an upcoming blog.


Solo Unplugged

This coming Sunday March 31, I will be playing a super rare solo acoustic afternoon show at the Might & Main Café from 12 to 1. Thank you to Phillip Vonesh for setting that up! Come on down for coffee and rarely performed tunes.

Hope to see you there!

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