Students assist recording artist

posted Feb 11, 2013, 5:49 AM by
Living Arts College students Allen Palmer, Adam Joyner, and Michael Tilson have been working in the B2R ("Born to Rock") Studio Control Room A on campus recording songs for Robinson Earle.  Robinson Earle is an accomplished singer-songwriter with his influences ranging from Woody Guthrie to the Wu-Tang Clan.  Convention obliges him to refer to his music as “folk,” though he’s always been uncomfortable with the term.  The songs that Living Arts students have been helping him with feature his eclectic acoustic guitar style with an interesting combination of blues-influenced vocals and ambient sound design.  Congrats to these hard-working, Living Arts students getting hands-on experience!