In Record Time

City: Peterborough
Director: Michael Hurcomb
Starring: Kellie McKenty & James McKenty
Genre: Entertainment

James and Kellie McKenty have built a recording studio in a vintage Airstream trailer. Watch as they record and film live musical performances and make custom vinyl records in their new studio, In Record Time!

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Episodes

Episode 1

Lotus White performs his old time music steeped in blues and tradition. Their 1973 Airstream mobile recording studio, known as In Record Time, captures the performance and makes a custom vinyl record.

Episode 2

Devin Cuddy performs with his slightly jazz and New Orleans influenced songwriting. In Record Time Studio is there to capture the performance at The Knox Farm.

Episode 3

Ginger St. James performs a live set at The Knox Farm and delivers her amazing songwriting. With roots in rockabilly, country and rock and roll, she wows a crowd that has been bussed in without knowledge of who they will be seeing.

Episode 4

The Silver Hearts are about as unique a band as you could witness. They whip the crowd at The Knox Farm up into a frenzy with their furious foot stomping, New Orleans big band set.

Episode 5

Melissa Payne is hot off making a new album with producer Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo. She performs new songs from the album and The Knox Farm, and James and Kellie host and record the performances.

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