One of Music City USA’s Top Studio Engineers Lends A Hand On The Latest Luke Cunningham Band Album!
One of the musical minds responsible for such modern hit records as Taylor Swift’s Red and Darius Rucker’s True Believers album just added his stamp of influence to the upcoming Luke Cunningham Band album due out later this summer.
Working out of the renown MasterMix studios in Nashville, Hank Williams spent three days in May mastering the band’s latest project–prior to the album being prepared for printing/packaging. Though he shares the same name as one of country music’s biggest icons (Hank Williams/Hank Williams JR) this Hank Williams–no relation to the previous Williams family members–has carved out his own sterling reputation within Nashville’s ever-booming recording industry. Considered a ‘go to’ by top recording and touring acts, Williams resume reads like a who’s who of country and americana artists.
In addition to many of today’s top tier acts, Hank mastered the 2004 Grammy-winning Best Country Album “Songs of the Louvin Bros.” on Universal Records, the Country Song of the Year “Its Five O’Clock Somewhere” by Alan Jackson as well as multiple tunes by Jimmy Buffett, Etta James and numerous other talents across myriad genres.
It’s no wonder why songwriter Luke Cunningham–along with producer(s)/cowriter(s) Neil Bradley Young and Micah Nichols had Williams at the top of their wish list when it came time for the album to be mastered.
“Album mastering is one of those things that you never truly appreciate until you’ve seen and heard someone like Hank do it, “says Cunningham.
“We put our hearts and years of work into this record and given it’s naturally-country tone and feel, we chose to only trust it to someone who would do it justice–and Hank was that man.”
The upcoming album–now completed and slated for a late summer release date–will be followed by a southeastern tour and numerous radio/TV performances in select cities.
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