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April 9, 2015
April 9, 2015
So when a local recording studio makes it to its tenth year in business, they must be doing something right.
That’s the case with local studio East Hall Recording, who will celebrate a decade of business this year with two days of local live music April 10-11 at Ryleigh’s on Dickson Street.
Owner Chris Moore enlisted the help of 10 of his favorite local bands to commemorate the occasion.
Friday night’s lineup includes locals Teenagers, The Chads, Basement Brew, The Good Fear, and Will Gunselman.
On Saturday night, Pagiins, Ten High, Hot Shot Karate, Witchsister, and JT Bowen will perform.
Admission to each show $5 per night. For a bit more information, check out the Facebook event page.
We got in touch with Chris, and he answered a few questions about the big night.
10 years, eh? How have things changed and evolved in the industry since you’ve been recording in Fayetteville?
Ten years! It’s hard to believe. I’ve seen a lot of studios come and go in the last decade, and I feel very lucky that I’m still here doing what I love.
The industry has changed a lot in the last 10 years. When I started, bands actually put out CDs! For money! Most records I work on these days, the bands release them online for free. Recording has kind of become a band’s loss leader to try to get gigs and fans. Although, at the same time, they put more out on vinyl and cassette now, too.
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