Making the Album with The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow
This multi-part series follows The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow as the band makes its first full-length album. Reporter Benjamin Cassidy has been given full access and will give readers an inside look at the creative process.
The Americana group will be recording its first full-length album in November
On paper, a line up of five frontmen looks like a recipe for infighting and, actually, just plain fighting.
Johnny Irion has an addiction. "I'm like a musical junkie," the 49-year-old singer-songwriter said.
"I feel like this is the beginning of it all."
The band sets up its studio space to the backdrop of an analog machine
Two high-profile guest musicians and a big technical malfunction - all in the first week of recording
How can a group of independent musicians, nearly all of whom have day jobs, afford to hire a producer, book acclaimed guest musicians and build a studio?
The last day of The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow's rhythm recording session for its first full-length album had, naturally, an air of finality.
Six weeks ago, members of The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow were working through the overdubbing process and preparing to perform songs from their first full-length album in front of a Berkshire audience. Now, following a rollicking Stationery Factory concert a
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