Grammy nominated album recorded in Sherbrooke

By: 
Matthew McCully
Staff Writer

Larry O’Malley is well-known on the music scene in the Townships both as a sound engineer for live events and recording, mixing and mastering in his studio in Sherbrooke.
His company Audiobec Sono-Vidéo now has a new feather in its cap.
On Tuesday, O’Malley got the news that the album Migration Blues by Eric Bibb, recorded last year at his studio, has been nominated for a Grammy award.
“He called yesterday (Tuesday),” O’Malley said. “I wanted you to be the first to know,” Eric Bibb said to O’Malley, explaining that Migration Blues had received a Grammy nomination.
While music recorded at Audiobec has received nods at the Felix awards, the recent Grammy nomination is a first for O’Malley.
Eric Bibb is an internationally recognized blues and jazz recording artist with 39 albums to his credit.
The Record asked O’Malley how he ended up welcoming Bibb into his studio.
See full story in November 30 Record

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