Carly Jamison And The Sound Shelter Complete Historic Recording Sessions

Carly Jamison And The Sound Shelter Complete Historic Recording Sessions

Singer-songwriter Carly Jamison has just completed the first ever live-streamed professional recording session in the Nashville area at The Sound Shelter in Franklin, TN. Without any advance advertising, marketing, or promotions, nearly 5000 people tuned in on the Meerkat app to watch the recording process live as it happened.

Five upcoming singles, all written by Carly Jamison, were recorded in the four day session. Produced by Tres Sasser, they include:

The blues/gospel/rocker – “The Devil’s Trying To Bring Me Down”
A new original Christmas song – “Christmas May Have To Be Postponed”
Traditional classic rock – “100 Goals”
80s flavored modern rock – “Dynamo”
And the truly genre-bending song – “Sneaking Around This Small Town”.

Players on this historic session included Chris Tench on guitar, Tres Sasser on bass, Elton Charles on drums, and Mike Webb on keyboards. Brett Ryan Stewart engineered.

Although her music is heavily rooted in classic rock, traditional country, blues, and folk, Carly Jamison eagerly embraces new technologies to share that music with her audience. She said, “I know that the way I consume music as a fan has changed, so I think it’s important for me to also change the way I create and distribute the music that I make as a recording artist. I love traditional genres but I don’t want to be a traditional artist. I’d rather try to break new ground.”

The singles are currently awaiting mixing and mastering and once that is completed, are set for staggered release dates throughout the remainder of 2015 and early 2016. Look for them coming soon on OK!Good Records. For more information on the session, visit carlyjamison.com

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