Another little mix for Luke Kennedy. Recorded Live at Judith Wright Centre.
Every night of my 2013 tour, I performed ‘Who You Love’ by John Mayer. This song is extremely special to me, and it afforded me the opportunity to speak about an issue I am very passionate about. It saddens me that almost two years later there has been little progress in Australia towards marriage equality.
Please watch, comment and share – and let’s keep the conversation going.
Featuring Luke Kennedy with Naomi Price, Jason McGregor, Andrew Johnson, Mik Easterman and Michael Manikus
Filmed and edited by optikal bloc
Live audio recorded by Jamie Taylor
Audio mixed and mastered by Geoff Mcgahan
I love mixing great music of great artists doing great performances. Here is some promotional material from a show recorded at Judith Wright Centre.
‘Roxanne’ by Sting and the Police
Featuring Luke Kennedy and Mark Sholtez
Live at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts
With Michael Manikus (keys) and Jason McGregor (guitar)
With more and more gigs and performances getting recorded due to digital desks, why not get a professional to mix your material? A great example of what great a great quality mix can do to your sound and help add to your promotional material.
I had the pleasure of doing Front of House Sound for the inaugural Bravo Cruise of the Performing Arts on Royal Caribbean ship, The Radiance of the Seas from 22-27 November, 2014. It was great working with both old friends and new artists on the week long cruise to Isle of Pines and Nouméa. This cruise featured the renowned diva of the musical, Elaine Paige from the UK, Tommy Flemming (IRE), Australian Artists such as David Hobson, Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, Marina Prior, Cheryl Barker, Simon Tedeschi, Michael Falzon, Jane Cho and the Seven Sopranos all under the baton of Guy Noble with the Metropolitan Orchestra. It was a great week of music. It even featured a mention in Limelight Magazine! Looking forward to this years’ cruise in 2015 Featuring Katherine Jenkins, David Hobson, James Morrison, Emma Pask and more! More information from Choose Your Cruise
It was a great experience to be involved with Make A Wish’s project the other week. You can hear about Keely’s story and collaboration with Lee Kerneghan here. You can support Keely’s fund raising efforts buy purchasing the song through iTunes
Quite appropriate that this is released this week with the memorial to former Primer Minister Gough Whitlam’s passing. This is a re-working of Rob Davidson’s piece “Well May We Say” that I originally recorded with Topology. This time, The Australian Voices have put a choral spin on the Whitlam Waltz. Also featuring the words of former Primer Minister Paul Keating, reflecting on the dismissal and the “completely, unprincipled act”