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Chuck Berry recorded at Four Seasons Media in St. Louis, MO
Saturday, 30. March 2002 - 06:55

Record Plant Remote
1170 Greenwood Lake Turnpike
Ringwood, NJ 07456
(973) 728-8114
Fax (973) 728-8761

Record Plant Remote has been an industry leader in location recording for 
over 20 years. We've kept abreast of new developments in audio technology 
without sacrificing our sonic integrity. Some of our recent clients include 
MTV, Aerosmith, Elton John, Michael Bolton, Spin Doctors, R.E.M., Live, 
Meatloaf, Wynton Marsalis, John Mellencamp, Keith Richards, Chuck Berry, 
Guns'n'Roses, Whitney Houston, Pavarotti, INXS, James Taylor, Emmylou Harris, 
Shawn Colvin, Billy Ray Cyrus, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Trisha Yearwood and 
Harry Connick Jr. Our reputation speaks for itself!

In St. Louis, MO, Steve Mahoney ('92) owns Four Seasons Media, a world-class 
facility designed by Russ Berger. Steve has three Workshop grads working for him; 
Robert Schlette ('97), Scott Good ('97) and Bryan Sanders ('98). Recent clients of 
Four Seasons include The Goo Goo Dolls and Chuck Berry.


James A. Teitelbaum
Chicago-based renaissance man!
Recording & Live Sound Engineer / MIDI & DAW Programmer
not to mention: multimedia artist, writer, photographer, and beer brewer!


Continuing / Current activities:
Have spent the past seven  years working as a recording, mixing, and mastering 
engineer in Chicago, including staff positions at Chicago Trax, Entropy, Invisible, 
and Metropolis. Also doing live sound reinforcement work for clients such as the 
Park West Theatre (JAM Productions), Royal Crown Revue, Ministry, and A La Carte 
Entertainment. Working on the second volume of a studio-only multimedia project 
of my own, called Left Orbit Temple. LOT includes 55 minutes of music plus a CD-ROM 

Past History / Career Highlights:
Park West Theatre / mid-1997 to mid-2002
Front of House Sound Engineer

Duties include system maintenance and mixing all acts who take the stage at Park West. 
In cases where the talent brings their own engineer, I assist the guest engineer in any 
way possible. Shows I have recently mixed include: Jimmy Smith, Glenn philips, Paula 
Poundstone, Chicago Cabaret Convention (45 acts in three days), John Mayall, Chuck Berry, 
Warren Zevon, Gas Giants (ex-Gin Blossoms), Aimee Mann, Jeff Awards (several times), 
Millie's Orchid Show, Royal Crown Revue, and Deepak Chopra.

Source: Johan Hasselberg

Site Updates
Tuesday, 26. March 2002 - 15:30

Picture Gallery updated:

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Site Updates
Saturday, 23. March 2002 - 12:05

Picture Gallery updated:

Concert Reviews (Specials) updated:

Source: Ohashi Haruhiko

Chuck Berry & James Brown in Tokyo, Japan 
Saturday, 23. March 2002 - 10:51

Chuck Berry & James Brown in Tokyo, Japan

Chuck Berry European Tour 2002
Thursday, 21. March 2002 - 19:27

Chuck Berry is scheduled to perform one show in Europe this summer
in London, England on June 9th 2002.

Chuck Berry European Tour 2002
09.06.02 - London, England - Shepherds Bush Empire

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Vulgarities at Jerry Lee Lewis Ranch
Thursday, 21. March 2002 - 17:58

Vulgarities at Jerry Lee Lewis Ranch

Little Richard retires
Saturday, 16. March 2002 - 13:34



LITTLE RICHARD -- the Originator, the Emancipator, the Architect of Rock and Roll...
after 60 years on the road has announced that he will be retiring at the end of this year.

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Chuck Berry & James Brown Japan Tour 2002
Saturday, 16. March 2002 - 13:21

Chuck Berry & James Brown Japan Tour 2002
22.03.02 - Tokyo, Japan - Forum C Hall
23.03.02 - Tokyo, Japan - Forum C Hall

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

«Godfather of Soul» denkt nicht an Ruhestand
Saturday, 16. March 2002 - 13:21

«Godfather of Soul» denkt nicht an Ruhestand

Source: Wolfgang Guhl

Jerry Lee Lewis cancelled show in Ferriday, LA
Saturday, 09. March 2002 - 08:42

Source: Thomas Sobczak

New Concert Review added
Saturday, 09. March 2002 - 08:42

We added a great concert review of this show to the Concert Reviews (Specials) section:

Source: Jeff Staudinger

6 new Lyrics added
Saturday, 09. March 2002 - 08:42

Source: Cyrille Blanc

Little Richard will retire at end of this year!
Saturday, 02. March 2002 - 09:58

The Great Little Richard announced on tonight's NAACP Awards show that he is turning 70 
and plans to retire at the end of this year. SO, if you get a chance to see him this year, 
don't miss it! And bring everyone you know who loves classic rock and roll! He's played to a 
lot of half-filled halls due to lousy promotion, but he always puts on a great show. I've seen him 
several times in the last few years, and he has slowed down a bit, (like I said, he's 70!) but he can 
still sing great and pound the piano in his awsome all-out style, and at every show I've seen there 
have been several brilliant songs where you get a glimpse of that old Little Richard wildness. 
Check him out!


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Source: Wolfgang Guhl