Sixthman Brings New Music to the Open Seas
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Travelers who love cruising undoubtedly know about Sixthman Media and their themed music voyages, but the company has expanded its business by introducing the “Sixthman Sessions at Sea” events.
The Sixthman Sessions at Sea is basically a floating songwriting retreat where artists from the company’s themed music cruises come together to create and record new and unique music for the passengers of the ship.
The 2016 edition of the Sixthman Sessions at Sea featured musicians like Aric Chase Damm (The Brevet), Sam Getz (Welshly Arms), Brandon Kinder (The Rocketboys), Paul Mcdonald, Leslie Rodriguez (Humming House) and Andy Suzuki and Kozza Babumba (Andy Suzuki & The Method).
To commemorate the event, the artists turned several cabins aboard the ship into temporary studios and wrote, rehearsed and recorded an entire album of original music. The content was then mixed and mastered by producer Brian Fechino.
Sixthman artist relations executive Trae Vedder released a statement, saying, “Sixthman Sessions gives us the opportunity to grow and support our family of artists while on land as well as at sea. These intimate performances reveal the true spirit of the artist and allow us to cultivate our communities year round.”
In addition to the Sixthman Sessions at Sea sessions, the company has also expanded its land offices in Atlanta to include live shows complete with stage, recording equipment and multiple cameras.
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