EP67 – Jason McEntire (Music Producer, Engineer – Sawhorse Studios ) – EXPLICIT –  Conversations with Calcaterra

Rock and Roll is not dead it’s just seemingly hard to discover. It’s hard to find now because there is so much else out there. It’s not just RGB anymore.”  – Jason McEntire on Conversations with Calcaterra

 “I personally like being the least talented person in the room or at least feeling that way. I’m holding my own so if I’m the least talented person then the room is doing great.” – Jason McEntire as stated on Conversations with Calcaterra

“Richard Fortus has a sick collection of equipment, obviously guitars, amps and pedals but plenty of  other things as well. It was a little bit like Christmas every day, Fortus would show up with a crate of crazy shit that you’d never see.” – Jason McEntire as stated on Conversations with Calcaterra

Jason McEntire is not only the owner of Sawhorse Studios but a Producer and Engineer who will always get up from behind the counsel to make his clients a pot of coffee. The self proclaimed Jack-of-All trades has created some masterful recordings and share stories of being a studio rat and the artists he’s collaborated with including Richard Fortus who produced the latest Psychedelic Furs record Made of Rain.

Learn more about Sawhorse Studios @ https://sawhorserecord.wixsite.com/sawhorse-studios

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