Nashville Trax Musicians Getting Busy! Jenee on “The Voice”, William out with Montgomery Gentry, more!Posted: May 8, 2014 Filed under: Music Industry News, Nashville Session Musicians, Studio News | Tags: David Northrup Oak Ridge Boys, Drummer William Ellis Montgommery Gentry, Duncan Mullins Steve Wariner, Jenee Fleenor Blake Shelton The Voice Leave a comment
Summer is touring season with lots of music happening outdoors so every year about this time most Nashville musicians see an increase in work. But if anyone doubts the economy is starting to improve, consider that music is not exactly a necessity and these professional players are highly paid, yet everyone who works for us seems to be just slammed:
Jenee Fleenor, fiddle player for Blake Shelton is in L.A. to do work for The Voice. Duncan Mullins is out with Steve Wariner, David Northrup is touring with The Oak Ridge Boys. Tom Wild has been playing on The Opry. Drummer William Ellis will soon be out with Montgomery Gentry to promote their new single.
And wow! We’re cutting lots of tracks at Play It Again Demos and Nashville Trax! Every one of the musicians listed here and on our pages has either been on at least one or more sessions in the past two weeks, or is scheduled within the next week.
Our Tracks Online serviceis heating up with another Bass Guitar Track in this morning to add to the 14 other full band demo and master recording projects we’ve been hired to do that are currently in various stages of production.
We haven’t been this busy since 2007!
P.S. Busy is good!