San Francisco Bay Area's LAVABONE, featuring former PRIMER 55 drummer Kevin Jackson, have entered the studio to demo new tracks with producer/engineer Dave Dominguez (i.e. PAPA ROACH, POWERMAN 5000, STAIND, GUNS N' ROSES). According to drummer Jackson, “the songs are near completion, and they're coming together amazingly. We had high hopes starting this project, which have already been exceeded. Dave has a great ear and amazing ideas, and we clicked with him immediately. We're really happy with the direction of the music, and J.C.'s vocal tones and melodies sound phenomenal. I can't begin to explain how much LAVABONE have developed and matured since our previous, self-produced recordings.”
In other LAVABONE news, more live dates have been announced:
Mar. 30 - San Francisco, CA @ Broadway Studios
Apr. 04 - San Jose, CA @ The Usual
Apr. 12 – Concord, CA @ The Depot
Apr. 19 – Chico, CA @ The Epicenter
Apr. 20 – Sacramento, CA @ The Horizon Café
May 02 – San Jose, CA @ The Usual
For more details and LAVABONE news, check out the group's official web site at www.lavabone.com.
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