August 20, 2016

Dwight Diller and Terry Richardson cd and dvd

We recently recorded Dwight Diller playing old-time banjo and fiddle tunes with his favorite guitar player, Terry Richardson.  This all happened in the studio and besides […]
September 6, 2015

New Concert Series Kicks Off

We are excited to start a new concert series in the Shenandoah Valley – Concerts In The Valley!  The shows will be primarily acoustic roots music […]
April 6, 2015

Happenings in the studio!!

The recording studio is working hard these days.  Recent activities include two new upcoming cd releases, one from my band, The Highlander Sting Band and a […]
March 30, 2015

Don’t Take A Daisy Down The Mine

I had the great pleasure of talking with Alex Caton at a recent show at The Southern.  She told me about the project she is working […]
March 24, 2015

New Location For The House Concerts

“Concerts With A View” has become a great success thanks to all of you and your support has been very much appreciated. It is with deep […]
August 27, 2014

BeArcade featured on Peluso Microphones’ Community Page

The studio is now featured on the Peluso Microphones website in the community of artists, engineers and studios.  We use a lot of John’s mics and […]
July 17, 2014

Great sound coming to the control room

More improvements to the studio space and great sound are coming soon to BeARcade Music Productions! We are very excited to announce that the resonator and […]
June 17, 2014

Mastering the Studio Control Room

Upgrade!!!!     Upgrade!!!!   GOOD sound is moving to GREAT sound in our studio!!  The control room at the BeARcade Music Productions (BMP) studio facility is being taken […]
June 14, 2014

15 Seconds of Fame

I just returned from the 2014 Blue Ridge Old Time week at Mars Hill.  It was another fabulous learning experience.  Five days of intense sessions with […]
February 8, 2014

Field Recorders Collective

I’m busy recovering old-time music from Burl, Maggie and Sherman Hammons.  How did this happen??   I’m now on the technical staff of the Field Recorders Collective.  […]