New recording studio in the mountains of New Mexico – Music Connection Magazine

New Mexico has always been revered as one of the premier places in the United States to see Southwestern art and listen to great live music. Richard Cagle of Montrose Records thought of it and built a class-A recording studio in the mountains of southern New Mexico. Kathy Lyon, the reigning veteran singer in Pensacola, Florida, sought out her good guitarist friend Rich Chorné who had retired to the same area of ​​New Jersey. Combined with the pull of the mountains, Cagle’s new Montrose recording studio, plus dozens of resident session players from west Texas and southern New Mexico, Ruidoso is attracting established recording artists from all over the United States. Kathy’s return from Florida was brought about by business manager Mike Carrasco with the encouragement of their longtime friend Rich Chorné. Chorné had organized two events that would feature Kathy’s vocal presence: Alto Lakes Country Club and the annual “Chile The Kid Beer & Wine Festival”. The dates of the regional show, the return of Kathy, as well as the inclusion of the veteran members of the group caught the attention of Tradd Treadwell host of “Let’s Talk Music” on KRUI 1490AM. “Let’s Talk Music” maintains a strong regional following and soon the word was out. Kathy shares, “We like to travel in our RV and going to the mountains of southern New Mexico is an easy choice on its own, then you add a great band, two show dates and I could go back to the studio to touch up some songs and the trip was an easy decision. The icing on the cake was the audience reaction to both concerts. Enthusiastic would be a good word for sure. Home –

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