Sun, 3 December 2006
News, a special announcement, a Celebrity Interview and we tweak The Stupid Knob!
Charles Dye returns to PSN next week for another thrilling and educational segment. he's also made it possible for all PSN listeners to get Mix It Like A Record for just $99.00 through Christmas! (Regular price $139.95)
Next week we'll also announce a special contest were you can win a copy of Mix It Like A Record.
In the mean time, send in your questions for Charles. What have you always wanted to ask a pro mixer? Now's your chance!
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Kevin Reeves is a talented composer, musician, singer, producer and a proud project studio owner. He's released a fantastic new album called "It's About Time" that is redefining what a project studio is capable of producing. We sat down with Kevin to talk about this project and share how it was done.
The Stupid Knob:
Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: Are You Lonesome Tonight? was a big 1960 hit for Elvis Presley. But he wasn't the first one to record it. It was first recorded all the way back in 1926. Who was the artist?
A: It was written by Roy Turk and Lou Handman in 1926 as a vaudeville recitation and first recorded by Al Jolson.
Brian Stephens over at The Music Pro Show found some alternate research that suggests the answer might have been Ned Jakobs on May 17, 1927. It was difficult to find a definitive answer for either one, so we would have accepted either answer. No one but Brian submitted a correct answer and he generously offered to pass the prize on to the next winner.
Brian also sent along a little trivia about our trivia. Elvis' version of "Lonesome" was recorded during a late night session, about 3-4 AM, at the request of Colonel Parker. His wife apparently loved the song so much that he wanted the "Big E" to do a version, assuring Elvis it would be a hit again.
See you next week!