Summer 2014: “Makin’ Music” sneak peek!
Larry Brockway’s Hall of Fame Studio is a hit in Neodesha
Rodney Lay likes to say that Larry Brockway has big ears.
Just not in the way you’re thinking.
“He can just hear what sounds right,” says Lay, of “Hee Haw” and Rodney & the Blazers fame. “I’ve recorded with some of the best in the business, and this guy is right there with them. I tell you what, Larry is really, really a fine engineer and record producer.”
And Brockway’s equally lauded Hall of Fame Studio is based right here in Southeast Kansas. Not Nashville or New York – but Neodesha.
“He’s just a phenomenon for this part of the country,” Lay says. “When you think about all the people he’s brought to the state, he’s been a well-kept secret for all these years – a great treasure for Southeast Kansas.”
Musicians for Merle Haggard, Elton John, Patti LaBelle, Sheryl Crow, Paul McCartney: They’ve come from Nashville, Los Angeles – all over the country – to record specifically with Brockway at Hall of Fame Studio. Brockway has recognized all along that there’s something special about his small-town space, and everyone who records there has to agree…
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I have worked with Larry on a couple of projects I did back in the day.
I’m nobody, but I promise you, Larry never treated me like that. He was always genuine, honest and kind.
I hope I get to do another project with him before my time is thru.
Love ya Amigo
Larry did a great job on my albums and he is a good friend and brother in Christ.
Larry is the real deal. A committed analogue chieftain with the soul that makes music what it should be.
Go to H of F and try one session. You’ll be back to cut the album.