Atomic Numbers: Detroit's
most rockin' rock band. Sorely missed since their decision to take an
The Drawing Room: The
most intimate recording studio in town, other than my own living room.
Operated and vacuumed by good friend Adam Druckman. This is the
place that has given birth to many a Motorcity 90s and 00s classics, including
the upcoming release from Chris Moore, Figurines. See his
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and a 12-string god.
Don't leave him alone with an ebow...
Chris Moore: Former Detroiter, Brooklyn-based songwriter and good
Priscilla Ederle: Another former Detroiter, San Francisco-based songwriter
and all around diva...
Composer, arranger, poet, writer, and good friend
a lovely chap all around. Xander's connection to the "respected"
world of Brooklyn musicians who go to cocktail parties and can actually
The little label that could, operated by LA songwriter Marc Dauer
(Jukebox Junkies), Rami Jaffee (Wallflowers) and Pete Yorn.
Home of recording artists Adam Druckman and Audrey Becker.
Also, future home of the budding recording artist, Ivan
Wally Pleasant played bass in Xander's first-ever high
school band. Or did Xander play guitar in Wally's first ever high school
band? Like their band name, they never quite worked this question out,
but they did do a heartfelt rendition of The Who's "Don't Let Go
The Coat"... Wally went on to find international fame and fortune
as Mr. Pleasant and the rest is history...