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SoundOff: Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell 8/23

Crosstown Arts and the Memphis Chapter of the Recording Academy present SoundOff: Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell, where he will discuss his role as a producer and chief engineer for Royal Studios.

Photo: Royal Studios

Photo: Royal Studios

  • When: Tuesday, August 23; doors at 6:30/program at 7 p.m.
  • Where: Crosstown Arts (430 N Cleveland, 38104)
  • Cost: Free!

Anyone who is interested in better understanding audio recording is welcome to come enjoy complimentary food and beverages, and this event is open to the public.

Boo Mitchell is best known for his role in producing the Grammy award winning song “Uptown Funk,” which was recorded in the legendary Royal Studios. As owner of Royal Studios, Boo has seen other talented artists like John Mayer, Rod Stewart, and Al Green come through.

SoundOff serves as a quarterly forum that explores the history of audio recording in Memphis, along with the art and science of the profession. The series prides itself in inviting musicians, professional recording engineers, and producers to come learn more about the craft, Memphis’ influence, and innovative professionals.

Formed in 2010, Crosstown Arts aims to cultivate the creative scene in Memphis through providing resources and opportunities to support Memphis’ diverse creative community. Crosstown Arts will also be a founding tenant in the Crosstown Concourse, scheduled to open in 2017.

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