Thursday, November 12, 2009

Join us at Empty Stocking Fund Night with Eclipse at Chili’s

Join us on November 17th from

11a.m. to 11 p.m. at Chili’s!

Chili's is proud to sponser the Empty Stocking Fund with Eclipse Recording Company

Just sign up at the link below and we will send you a printable flyer to take with you to Chili’s to support Eclipse and the Empty Stocking Fund.

We had Jim Lamb, Dave Besley and Eddie Pickett recording Jim Lamb’s song called, “Christmas in St. Augustine.”

Jim Lamb and Eddie Pickett at Eclipse Recording Company(left to right) Jim Lamb and Eddie Pickett

When asked, what inspired Jim to write this song he says, “I wrote this song after finally getting to the point where I feel like this is our town too, I am inspired by the beauty of the season.”

Check out Eddie Pickett on the link below:

We had Katherine Archer and the Hastings family in the studio working on a Christmas song called, “Holly Jolly Hippie Dippy Happy Snappy St. Augustine Christmas.”

Katherine Archer and Family at Eclipse Recording Company!(left to right) Mark Hastings, Lizzie Hastings, Eli Hastings (9) and Katherine Archer.

Dewey Via at Eclipse Recording Company(above) Dewey Via was in the studio working on some new songs for a possible solo venture.

You may know Dewey from The Mickey Cash and Lick N Gravey Band

he says, “These songs will be sprinkled around in different projects.”

Dewey has Pro Tools at home and finds it very convenient to work on some mixes at home and come to Eclipse to have them mixed and mastered with the studio quality that Jim Stafford (chief conspirator) provides.

The whole gang at Eclipse Recording CompanyEveryone got together today to record a big vocal chorus for “Empty Stockings” for the 2009 Christmas Charity CD.

We had David “Eli” Grimes in the studio working on “If Everyday Was Like Christmas” for the same project.
David "Eli" Grimes at Eclipse Recording Company

David “Eli” Grimes (above)

Bernie “Son” Powers and Rob Piazza were in the studio working on Bernie’s new CD called, “Install Me.”
Bernie "Son" Powers and Rob Piazza at Eclipse Recording Company

(Here they are calling each other to find out which one was late)

Rob is in “The Falling Bones” and they play all over St. Augustine.

Bernie “Son” used to play in “WorldWide HooDoo” and they have a great CD available at CD Baby!

Click HERE to buy CD!

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