Job Title: Engineer/Musician
Primary Section: Nashville
I have have been interested in audio electronics since my youth. I started repairing tape recorders and guitar amps. I got involved in broadcasting, earning a First Class FCC license at age 17. In 1973, I moved to Nashville and became a free lance maintenance engineer. In 1975, I became Chief Engineer at Young'un Sound Studio, doing maintenance and mixing. I am semi-retired these days, working as Musician for John Anderson and engineering in my home studio.
Illinois Valley Community College, Oglesby, Illinois.
Illinois State University, Bloomington, Illinois.
George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tennessee.
University of Tennessee at Nashville, Nashville, TN. I graduated with Bachelor of Science Degree.
WCMY-AM, Ottawa, IL.
WOLI-FM, Ottawa, IL.
International Tapetronics Corporation, Bloomington, IL.
Self and Bullfrog Audio with Fred Cameron, Nashville, TN.
Shook Shack Studio, Nashville, TN.
Young'un Sound Studio, Nashville, TN.
Masterlink Studio, Nashville, TN.
Country Music Foundation, Inc. Nashville, TN.
Various Artists over the years as musician, currently with John Anderson.
I am always interested in learning new developments in audio. I have a passion for remembering and chronicling the history of the great studios and engineers of Nashville.
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