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Public Enemy's bassist takes new producer job
Brian Hardgroove, the bass guitar player from Public Enemy, has accepted a new job as the house producer at Studio 4 in Manhattan Center Studios.
Speaking to the Gibson website, Hardgroove said that he intended to support as many up-and-coming bands as possible in his new role.
He stated that many small indie bands cannot afford time in the studio - something the bass guitar player feels he can help out with.
"My job is to bring new talent in here and help them," Hardgroove said.
He added that he hoped he would be able to turn the studios into an American version of Abbey Road.
Last month, the government listed Abbey Road Studios as a historically-important building - meaning that it will be preserved as a music-making venue.Posted on 22 Mar 2010 11:43 to category : Instruments News
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