ATTENTION Singer/Songwriters!! What better way to give your band a career boost than an album, video and show package featuring the same Nashville Trax A Team musicians who played on your album?
You get a stellar album recorded, mixed and mastered, footage of your rehearsal, your first single promoted on social media platforms and all footage from a two camera crew of the show that you can use for promotion for years to come!
A single release and vid starting under $2,000, yes, really! Complete 10 song album/show/video packages start as low as $15,000 and 20 song deluxe packages top out at under $45,000! Payment options are available. Get a quote TODAY: email@example.com
Note that the complete Nashville Trax A Team Players are only available to play live on release party shows playing your album of at least 10 songs and subject to the player’s schedules.
Here’s a Nashville Trax A Team rehearsal Tuesday evening, 9-19-17:
And footage from the show on 9-22-17:
The Nashville Trax A Team: The sound of guitar on country radio for the last couple decades, Brent Mason: guitar; Rascal Flatts long time drummer, Jim Riley; Steve King (Keith Urban) keys; Nashville Trax producer, Bill Watson, bass guitar and band leader; Jenee Fleenor (Blake Shelton & The Voice) fiddle and mandolin; Steel guitar legend Mike Doucheete, all backing the highly entertaining, high octane Joe and Angie Finley of The Swansons!
The Swansons have achieved considerable notoriety in the Los Angeles area. They have pop/rock albums out, winning awards and have built a large fan base. But after starting their latest recording project they felt the urge to “go country”. They wanted a country album and wanted to do it in the Nashville area. After careful research, they decided Bill Watson of Nashville Trax was the best choice to produce them.
The album was started about six months ago and 18 songs have been cut.
This is their first country live performance, announcing their turn toward country music and releasing their new music to the public. Some of the musicians who will back them on the show:
Footage clip from the show, 9-22-17:
Valentine © 2017 Joe Finley of The Swansons, published by Listen Again Music (BMI).
Whether you need a drum track online, a guitar track, bass guitar, steel, fiddle, sax, flute, harmonica, background vocals, lead vocals, piano tracks online…you name it, we can do it!
But how easy?
Louise D’Arcy found out how easy we are to work with, even though she’s located in Australia, she now has a steel guitar track by one of the best players in the world, straight out of Nashville Tennessee and Nashville Trax Recording Studio!
Here’s how it went down:
Apr 14, 2014
My name is Louise D’Arcy, I am a singer/songwriter from Australia and am currently Studying a Bachelor of Popular Music. For our assessment we are required to produce 20 mins of original material per semester. I have a country song I wrote called Crazy (Wild Heart) and would love some Pedal Steel guitar on my track. The track itself is still in early stages with only the acoustic guitar recorded and some guide vocals. I will attach the track, if it is not suitable in anyway regarding the volume of panned click etc. please let me know and I can send you another bounce from Pro Tools.
Crazy (Wild Heart) with click
To Louise D’Arcy
Apr 15, 2014
Hi Louise, I’ll take a listen and let you know.
Do you have a chord chart by any chance? If not, no biggie, we have great ears, just saves a few minutes, don’t go out of your way to make one.
To Louise D’Arcy
Apr 15, 2014
Track is fine for us to work with Darcy, good job. Nice song, good voice.
What’s the deadline?
Bill Watson, producer.
Apr 17, 2014
I don’t have to have the track handed in until June but it would be great if I could have it on or before the 2nd of May if possible, just so I have plenty of time to add other parts and mix and master it.
Anyway just let me know if there’s any problems.
Oh yeah, no problem Louise. We do are in the habit of doing these quickly because a producer is usually waiting on our track to move their project forward. I’ll get it back to you no later than end of next week, most likely sooner.
Sorry, I forgot to mention in my last email (but you’ve most probably heard it in the track anyway), I play slightly off the click purposely right at the end for the outro. I just thought I’d mention that, a part I had done elsewhere they stayed with the click and i made a messy ending.
Apr 18, 2014 at 5:01 AM
Ok, no problem.
To Louise D’Arcy
Apr 19 at 4:51 PM
Your steel track is finished. You’ll get a Dropbox invite no later than Monday afternoon and you can download it from there.
The player is our primary pedal steel guitar man, the great Mr. Mike.
Apr 19, 2014
Just listened to the steel guitar files and they sound Awesome!! Thank Mike for me for playing on my track, it sounds absolutely amazing and thank you for being so great to deal with.
Louise ordered a second steel track in April 2016. She was very pleased with it also.
To order go to: Steel Guitar Tracks Online
Have a Nashville session sax player, the sensational, John Heinrich, ready to add his work to yours! Oh it will sound so good!
You don’t have to worry about what microphone to purchase. No worries about acoustics or microphone placement. No fretting over where you can find a great sax player who can actually deliver you a useable track. Just make an mp3 mix, e-mail it, pay via Pay Pal and a pristine sax part played by the amazing John Heinrich comes back at you in no time!
Long term Play It Again Demos client Dan Mathews has obtained a cut on his song “Cajun Moon” which was a collaboration with Play It Again Demos producer Bill Watson. “Dan and I did a co-write on Cajun,” explains Watson, “We did the demo and started marketing it around town. The song was originally asssigned to publisher/producer Marsha Brown but the contract expired without a cut and rights reverted back to us. We didn’t promote it after the that figuring Marsha had shopped it thoroughly and there was no point in pitching it to the same companies/people again.
Then back in fall Marsha contacted Dan about a band she’s producing she thought Cajun Moon would be perfect for. We signed off on the deal with Heath Brown Music (ASCAP) two weeks ago (in early February ’13) and it’s being recorded now. We’re just waiting for the CD to come out this summer. The lessons here are it’s all about timing and it ain’t over ’till it’s over.”