L-R Randy Bowland, Randy Cantor, Chuck Treece, Jim Salamone, Chico Huff, Sol Knopf
Sol cutting the scratch vocal track to "Twin Flames"
Sol, Randy Bowland and Chico Huff going over the updated song structure for "Dancing With The Bottle"
Grammy Nominated Producer Jim Salamone at the controls with Todd Mecaughey and Josh Aaron in the background.
Todd Mecaughey at the console with Jim Salamone behind him.
One of the most talented musicians I have ever met...the Amazing Chico Huff on bass!
Talk about serious talent! The awesome Chuck Treece on drums!
Tore it up!
Grammy winning Randy Bowland on guitar! What an honor it was to have one of the top studio musicians on the planet add his golden touch to this project!
Grammy winner Randy Cantor adding a cool B3 part on "Twin Flames".
Brad Hinton laying lap steel down on "Saddle Up and Ride". Brad is one talented Dude. His screaming part took "Saddle Up" to another level!
The multi-talented Kevin Killen played drums and bass on "Sea Change" and did an amazing job!
Jonathon Yudkin has recorded for Rascall Flatts, Keith Urban, Neil Diamond, Kenny Rogers and more....what an honor it was to have him add his beautiful talents to "Sara's Hair", "My Baby Girl" and "Average Joe"!
The great Michael Ronstadt added his golden touch on the cello to "I Was Born To Love Her". The part makes me smile every time I hear it!
My dear friend, the incomparable Patty Blee blew me away with her sweet vocal on "Is It Real?".
My dear friend Benjhe Benton added beautiful background vocals to "Twin Flames" & "There's Nothing Really Wrong".
Sol cutting some early scratch vocal tracks
My partner in crime....the incredibly talented Geri Smith collaborated with me on "Average Joe" & "My Baby Girl". Then she added her harmonies to "My Baby Girl", "Saddle Up & Ride" and "Dancing With The Bottle".
My brilliant friend from Nashville, TN Marcia Ramirez, who often tours with Christopher Cross, Patty Loveless and Rodney Crowell, added her sweet background vocals to "Sara's Hair" & "I Was Born To Love Her". I'm not worthy....
What an honor to have Marshall Tucker Band's Tom Hampton add Pedal Steele and Baritone Guitar to "Is It Real?"
What an honor it was to meet the legendary Vince Montana during one of my editing sessions. It was only a few short months after this picture that he passed. So glad I had the pleasure and honor to spend some time with him. RIP my friend.
One of the most talented guys you'll ever meet...and one of the nicest...Todd Mecaughey adding percussion parts.
The very first recording session where I added acoustic guitar and scratch vocals.