I love the studio. It’s a different vibe from a live performance. You hit a “funky” note live, then it’s gone forever. You hit a “funky” note in the studio and it’s there to relive over and over again. Precision and skill is mandatory and reminds me of how hard I’ve worked to get into the studio and deliver.

This is where I’ll be adding more about my work as a recording artist.

That’s me in the middle, with Jake and Shauna Rae from Farmer’s Daughter, recording our first CD, called “Girls Will Be Girls.” It was our first time recording in a big professional studio. It was at Blue Wave in Vancouver, Canada. Our producer, Tony Rudner, used to give us our “med-sin” before we sang, which was 1/3 of a beer each.