Working Class Audio #178 with Brad Phillips!!!
Brad Phillips is an engineer, producer, and studio owner based out of Woodruff, SC. He is a 1999 graduate of the Belmont University Music Business and Audio Engineering program. Since leaving Nashville in 2001, he’s been working out of his own studio facility in South Carolina. Studio 101 is a commercial recording facility well-suited for live band tracking, serving solo artists, bands, and songwriters across many genres. Some of his engineering credits include, Jim Sonefeld (Hootie & The Blowfish), Ashland Craft(The Voice), Mac Arnold & Plate Full Of Blues, Delvin Choice(The Voice), Outshyne, Phat Lip, J. Adam Broome, Mark Webb Jr., Michael Land, Emily Lynch, Jacob Johnson, Scotty Hawkins, Newspring Church plus many others.
About this Interview:
Brad joins me for a chat to talk about Woodruff, South Carolina, running his studio (Studio 101), clients, eminent domain, his love of church and his time spent painting football, baseball and soccer fields. I also interview Dr. Jeremy Steel in Lafayette, California about Chiropractic medicine. Enjoy! – Matt