Meet Frank Laico, swing era recording engineer

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

From Steve Malott, Shoreline CC Music Technology Faculty

Frank Laico recorded Sinatra, Streisand, Tony Bennett, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and many more. Come meet Frank, listen to his work and enjoy his memories of working at "the church" - Columbia Records' 30th St NYC studio from 1938 until he retired. Frank worked with Mitch Miller, a true visionary in the recording and television business. 
Steve says: He’s a very cool guy and you'll be glad you met him! 
Sponsored by the PNW Audio Engineering Society and Grammy University. Call Steve Malott, Shoreline Music Technology Faculty with questions: 206-546-4670.

Who: Frank Laico, Columbia Records
What: Music Appreciation Lecture/demonstration
Where: SCC Music Building (800 bldg), room 818
When: Tuesday, May 11 from 7:30 – 10:00
Admission is free, all are welcome.


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