Icarus Mixed & Mastered

Jac DaltonIcarus Mixed & Mastered December 2009
Icarus was mastered in Nashville by Richard Dodd, who has won a Grammy Award for his work on the Tom Petty album, Wildflowers. The mastered recording will be reproduced courtesy of ProCopy Australia, with album art from Greenehouse Productions.
Samples from Icarus will be online shortly, and the latest Jac Dalton newsletter can be read online by clicking here.

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Icarus Mixing Complete

Jac Dalton - Icarus Icarus Mixing Complete November 2009
Mixing of the Jac Dalton album Icarus has wrapped up at Ardent Studios in Memphis, with mastering now underway in Nashville. After an almost year-long journey of writing, arranging, recording and mixing, the album will be finished off in Perth, with ProCopy arranging replication and Greenehouse Productions handling artwork and layout. Icarus is slated to be released internationally early in 2010.

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Mixing At Ardent

John HamptonMixing At Ardent September 2009
Jac Dalton
and producer Darren Mullan are at Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tennessee to oversee the mixing and mastering of Jac's new album, Icarus. Producing the Ardent sessions is Nashville maverick hit maker Gregg Brown and a recent addition to the mixing team, triple Grammy-winning engineer and Ardent mainstay John Hampton (left). Ardent has produced hits for legendary artists and acts such as Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Lynryd Skynyrd - inspirational surroundings to mix an album in, to say the very least!

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Recording Finished on Dalton Album

Graham Greene & Darren Mullan Recording Finished on Dalton Album August 2009
Graham and Donna recently returned from Adelaide, where they finished recording their parts for the upcoming Jac Dalton album with producer, keyboard player/vocalist and co-writer Darren Mullan at the helm. The sessions went like clockwork from all reports, and a full rundown on events can be found on Graham's MySpace blog. Jac and Darren head off to Nashville and Memphis with the tracks in early September, where the album will be mixed and mastered.

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Music Industry Reunion Concert

Graham Greene - Metro Concert Club Music Industry Reunion Concert May 2009
On the 6th of May at Metro Concert Club in Perth, the week-long WA Music Festival got underway in fine style with the inaugural WA Music Industry Reunion Club concert. Special guest performers included Brian Cadd, Dave Warner, The Stems, Saracen and other WA music luminaries. Guitar Gods Behaving Badly played a raging set to a rocking crowd, with Graham, Jamie Page and John Meyer providing the guitar assault while James Morley (also on bass) and Donna G. blew the roof off with their blistering vocal renditions of Rose Tattoo's "Bad Boy For Love" and Led Zep's "Rock And Roll", respectively. Rounding out a killer band was Damien Petrilli on drums. See the Video page for YouTube footage.

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Guitar Gods Triumphant

Jamie Page & Graham Greene - GGBBIII Guitar Gods Triumphant March 2009
The Charles Hotel resonated to the sound of WA rock history being made as Graham Greene, John Meyer and Jamie Page took the stage with their bands to put on a guitar show unparalleled in recent memory. Each of the guitarists showcased both their extensive musical output and awesome talents in a concert packed full of highlights, from a special guest appearance by SA songwriter Jac Dalton to the incredible all-star jam on Black Sabbath's Neon Knights and Led Zeppelin's Rock And Roll that closed the show to rapturous applause from all those lucky enough to be present at The Charles for GGBBIII.

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