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Songwriting Duo Publishes Latest Song
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

September 9, 2017:

The latest song from Hatherleigh's songwriting partnership Love Rice is now online HERE. Called "Bring Your Love", it features singer Christy Rice (that's her in the picture) on vocals and backing harmonies, with producer Rob Love multi-tracking numerous guitars in a sumptious rock ballad that was recorded at Johns Park Studios in Exbourne. Recorded over three sessions in July , "Bring Your Love" is one more in a string of great songs written by Rob and Christy (find more on Soundcloud). Johns Park Studio is a purpose-built venue for recording music and sound. Owner Geoff Hodgkinson is offering free sessions to singers and bands who bring along some kind of original material. "I want to encourage talented artists of all ages to push their boundaries and reach for the stars," says Geoff. "I have loads of experience and knowledge of music and I'll be happy to help with arrangements and production. Just bring your talent." Johns Park Studio can handle sessions of any size, from soloists up to 6-piece bands and no act will be excluded whatever the genre. Unlimited multi-tracking means musicians can experiment with all kinds of sounds and combinations of instruments. Tel: 01837 851253 or visit Johns Park Studio on Facebook. A website is under construction.

 


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