Soundgarden bassist Ben Shepherd made his first public appearance since Chris Cornell’s death in May 2017. Shepherd appeared at The Craft and Business of Recording Music on Saturday. He did an ‘Anatomy of a Recording’ conversation with Charles R. Cross, the author of the Kurt Cobain book Heavier Than Heaven.
Below is a description of the event from Brown Paper Tickets:
Please join us for a day of panels on recording music, presented by Presented by Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and SpaceCraft and including Leah Julius of Thunderpussy, Tyler Dopps, co-producer on Macklemore’s “Gemini” LP, Ben Shepherd of Soundgarden, Author Charles R. Cross, Nate Yaccino, Producer, Sarah Shannon of Velocity Girl/The Not-Its, Johnny Bregar, The Brickyard/Bainbridge Island.
Saturday September 22, 2018. 10 AM – 500 PM.
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
$20 in advance, All Ages
Recording: Bainbridge Style”
Johnny Bregar, The Brickyard/Bainbridge Island
Daniel Phelps, Bainbridge Island
Anatomy of a Recording #1: “The Thunderpussy LP”. A Conversation with band member Leah Julius
Anatomy of a Recording #2: Macklemore’s “Gemini”. A Conversation with co-producer Tyler Dopps
Anatomy of Recording #3: Ben Shepherd of Soundgarden in conversation with Author Charles R. Cross
Music Recording and Production Panel:
Sarah Shannon, Velocity Girl/The Not-Its
Nate Yaccino, Ballard
Tyler Dopps, Seattle