ALR is in the final stages of deciding which songs will make it onto the NEW compilation.Â Soon you will be able to listen and buy the latest songs and stock up on ALR gear!Â Stay tuned to find out how!
p>Student representatives of ALR arrived in San Diego today, the start of a week long tour of California with HSRA's 26 Seconds and blackjack-real.co.uk
Ready 4 the Road crew.Â Stay tuned for more info, pictures, music, video and updates from Los Angeles and San Francisco!
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On Monday February 22, 2010, students from the High School for Recording Arts received a $100,000 Youth Advisory Board grant from State Farm Insurance. The students worked over the summer to write the grant and their hard work paid off. The students will use the grant money to work with Gillette Children#039;s Hospital, KS95 94.5FM and 963 Now 96.3FM on a campaign called “Ready For The Road”. The Campaign will be about eliminating driving distractions through awareness and new legislation. Congratulations to all the students at HSRA for their outstanding work and accomplishments.
Lube-Tech Supports HSRA with Curriculum
and Web Development
Lube-Tech owners Chris and Marna Bame came to HSRA on Wednesday to present a check for $25,000. Also present were Tonny Heideman, who originally contacted HSRA about this opportunity, Rich Greig, and Eric Jackson of Lube Tech and Social Venture Partners.
HSRA is extremely moved by this community support and we look forward to developing our partnership with Lube-Tech!
Wynton Marsalis Meets with HSRA Students
Chantel, Cory, and Brandon are pictured here with Wynton Marsalis and HSRA founder, T.C. Ellis and Outreach Director Tony Simmons. Wynton was in town promoting his tourÂ with the Lincoln Center Orchestra and the new CD, â€œPortrait in Seven Shadesâ€. In November, HSRA students performed with Wynton#039;s brother, Delfeayo Marsalis, at the Dakota Jazz Club.
…what a night and what a good cause.
High School for the Recording Arts students, parents, staff, friends, and supporters turned out for a magical evening of celebration and fundraising. It started with pre-party at Brit's Pub sponsored by LubeTech and moved into full gear at the Dakota with Barbara Appelbaum Portnoy and J.D. Steele with Delfeayo Marsalis.
Ice Cube for Studio-4 All Access Show on 96.3 Now.
Delfeayo MarsalisÂ Umar bin Hassan
George Clinton, LynnWhitfield, Eric Michael Dyson, Kevin Powell, Les McCann, Devon Jackson, Jules Santana, Chingy, Meharry Medical College, Paul Peterson, and others.
ALR is looking for dedicated HSRA students that want to be apart of a studentÂ run record label. If your interested contact HSRA students and staff at 11:00 a.m.Â Monday through Friday in studio A. ALR is also looking for submissions for pick-me-up and theÂ Fo-show.
HSRA upgrades to Pro Tools 8. Thanks to David Kingsbury and Tre Kubeyinje for all of their hard tech work. Students will return to school to see what father winter has put under the studio tree. Studio A and B receive big upgrades to Pro Tools 8. These new upgrades will allow more production power for each studio and allow students to transfer files back and forth between both systems.
Bryan McCane, known as Bizzy Bone from Multi-Platinum Grammy Award winning hip hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, dropped past Studio 4 last month to work with HSRA Alumni Donte Suttle aka Humble Child. Â ”Man this is a professional studio,”Â Bizzy said before recordingÂ with another HSRA graduate, Clinton Cordero aka Arsoniss, on a song called “Welcome 2 Church”. Then they recorded “Who Created You,” a song dedicated to spirituality. Â Later that night Donte performed in Duluth, MN with Bizzy Bone.