Monday, January 11, 2010

Singer wanted!

Gordon McDonald and his wife Nancy picked up their finished album (below) called, “Location Unknown” by The Exchange. Gordon and his brother wrote all of the music and recorded it at their home studio they then brought it to Eclipse for mastering and duplication.

Gordan McDonald at Eclipse Recording Company

Jim says, “The result is an excellent combination of songwriting, performance and sound.”

Follow this blog for updates on Gordon’s music.

Jim Stafford was happy to show his youngest daughter Sonata (below, middle) the studio as she was in Florida visiting from Virginia!

Harmony Cornett, Sonata McFarlane, Krysta Brown at Eclipse Recording CompanyHarmony Cornett, Sonata McFarlane and Krysta Brown (above)

Paul Davis (below) was in the studio to discuss his new project with Jim Stafford (chief conspirator of Eclipse.) Paul has written a song called, “In Memory Of.” This song is for police officers killed in the line of duty.

Paul Davis at Eclipse Recording Company

I asked Paul what prompted him to write this song, he said “Officer Ron Parker, who was killed Jan. 12, 1975.”

Paul needs a singer for this song, the one stipulation is that you must be a police officer, if this is you or you know anyone who might be interested please email him below:

Join Lonesome Bert and the Skinny Lizards as they celebrate the release of “Happytown” at Cafe Eleven!(Free Admission)

You won’t want to miss it, Jan. 22nd!

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