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EVENT TO FEATURE A LIVE VIDEO CONFERENCE WITH LEGENDARY PRODUCER FRED VAIL
Fred Vail, left, with The Beach Boys in 1963 in Sacramento, CA. Vail is producing and investing in Boo Radley’s E.P., which has already been recorded at his Nashville studio, and will be pitching the album to his longtime record label colleagues once mixing and mastering are completed in Phase 2.
As an event promoter, Vail first booked the young Beach Boys for a concert at age 19, and was hired as their manager on the same evening. In 1964 he produced their album “Beach Boys Concert” -- which was certified gold after topping the charts -- and he would manage the band and their Brothers Records label for several years after.
At age 28, he was hired away as the promotions and marketing manager for Capital Records, and later RCA Records.
In 1980, Vail founded Nashville’s oldest independent recording studio, Treasure Isle Recorders, Inc., which was the first multi-track digital studio and regarded as the best “live” tracking room in Music City.
Artists such as John Denver, Johnny Cash, Isaac Hayes, Keith Urban, Linda Ronstadt, The Beach Boys and many others have all recorded there, and the studio has served more than 50 Country Music and Rock & Roll Halls of Fame inductees.
During his 60 years in the broadcasting and recording industry, Vail has received numerous honors, including 20 Gold and Platinum awards.
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