WHO: Alan Parsons, the acclaimed engineer, musician, and record producer, along with his wife Lisa Parsons.
WHAT: An intimate evening marking the grand opening of Alan’s new state-of-the-art recording studio facility ParSonics in the Santa Barbara area. The studio features a brand-new Neve 32-channel analog console, extensive microphone arsenal, Pro Tools HD, and superb creative, relaxation and residential facilities
WHEN: Thursday, July 19, 2018, 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. PDT
WHERE: Tres Vientos Ranch, 1500 Farren Road, Goleta, California 93117
Media interested in attending should contact:
Lisa Roy, Rock & Roy Entertainment / T. 310.463.1563 / firstname.lastname@example.org
About Alan Parsons:
Alan Parsons, the acclaimed engineer, musician, and record producer, has been involved in the production of several legendary albums throughout his career. He was fortunate enough to work as assistant engineer on the final two albums by The Beatles, and after he qualified as a fully-fledged recording engineer, he went on to work with Paul McCartney and The Hollies, among many others. But it was his contribution as engineer on Pink Floyd's classic Dark Side of the Moon that really got him worldwide attention and earned him his first of many GRAMMY® nominations. That soon led to striking successes as a producer – notably with Pilot's “Magic,” John Miles’ “Highfly” and Steve Harley’s “Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)”. He also produced the hugely successful Year of the Cat album with Al Stewart and two albums with American progressive rock band Ambrosia. With Eric Woolfson, Parsons co-founded The Alan Parsons Project, famous for its revolving group of studio musicians and vocalists and its platinum albums and singles, including “Games People Play” and “Eye in the Sky.” Additionally, he developed The Art and Science of Sound Recording, a definitive collection of training videos presented by Parsons, which gives viewers his exclusive insider access to legendary musicians, producers and engineers and their award-winning recording techniques.