German Bassist/Producer JOCHEN MAYER Announces New Projects
German bass player/producer Jochen Mayer — best known for his work with BOYSVOICE, CASANOVA, CODE OF PERFECTION and DOMAIN — has issued the following update:
"I am absolutely thrilled to be able to announce two new projects for 2008. Two exciting artists have asked me to handle production duties for their upcoming albums. Singer/songwriter Justin Nova [MySpace] will record his first full album at GerassiPark studios. With engineer Gerhard Magin handling the recordings and me taking care of the musical side of the process, it will be a creative inspiration for everybody. Furthermore, together with my songwriting/ production partner Thomas Zigann I will be producing the debut of American singer Tressa Rose [MySpace]. Tressa is an amazing woman with a unique voice and a breathtaking appearance. You just gotta love her! The production will take place at Innerear studio in Pforzheim, Germany. I am really looking forward — and I feel very honoured — to get the chance to work with these two unique artists."
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