Studio stuff- Raf Cervallos (the Comfies), Todd-a (Nashvillezine), John Burr (How I Became the Bomb), Keith Lowen (De Novo Dahl) and me gang-vocalin' at Lake Fever
Lake Fever Productions, the on-the-row studio that brought you real-deal recordings from How I Became the Bomb, the Privates, the Pink Spiders, Hot Pipes, the Velcro Stars, the Comfies, Girls & Boys, Character, Tomahawk, my band, etc, is hosting an open house today, and will feature Dippin' Dots, famous people, and the three twenty-something groovers who run the place. More info after the jump.
Here's the official email—
Hey Ya'll. In conjunction with Amylase Entertainment (aka our landlord), we're having our first Open House today from 3:00 until 6:00. If you've never been by before, we'd love to show you the facilities and what we offer. If you're an old LFP friend, we still hope you come by and hang out. We'd love to play you some of the new stuff we've been working on.
While you're here you can also check out Amylase Entertainment. They've got their fingers in several pies: music publishing, artist management, indie films, screen writing, and so on. They should also have the Dippin' Dots a-flowin' - that's the ice cream of the future, dontcha know.
So, if you're around Music Row this afternoon, we hope you'll swing by and say hi. We're located at 1704 17th Ave. South. We're in the back, off the alley between 16th & 17th next door to Ocean Way Studios.
Hope we see you this afternoon.
Joe Baine Colvert
Lake Fever Productions