I didn’t have to spend too much time with Andy to know he was a “man of his song”, that is to say, someone who believes and hopes in the line of his lyrics.
Josee is a long time friend of the studio and is herself a longtime supporter of the Akron/Canton writers scene. She manages the Muggwiggz Open Mic night and the North Canton Main Street Festival music. Besides that, she’s a professional musician and can be found playing out nightly all over our region.
—Photo by James Cooper
Words can’t express the joy it has brought my soul to work with Steve Parsons. Watching him write, arrange and conduct is inspiring to say the least.
A singer-songwriter, yes, but more accurately, an experimental subversive noisemaker. Always a BYS favorite. An effortless friendship in the making. And it must be said, baby’s got hat.
Greg made his mark on the studio by first tracking with Good Hours and then interning (Greg please note I didn’t say anything about that little soldiering iron incident). He’s since moved to Columbus where he’s found a career managing live streaming and virtual events.
Kevin’s first experience with Realgrey was as client. Recently having joined our intern program, his perspective provides both views.
A month before the SHVS recorded in the newly built Carriage House, Jon & Alex showed up ready to install the hardwood floors. And yes, there was the “gooping”.
Tosca’s story is one that’s at the very heart of the studio’s purpose. Watching her work to encourage other musicians as well as developing her own sound has been a beautiful journey.
Kyler Morrison and I just connected from Phoenix Arizona for a conversation about his experience with BRING YOUR SONG and the studio.