The Go's Bobby Harlow is currently in Tempermill Studios (owned by Dave Feeney of Blanche, American Mars and Loretta Lynn fame) producing an album for New York rocker Neil Nathan. Nathan sought out Harlow after hearing the Go's last album, Howl on the Haunted Beat You Ride, and asked the Motor City rocker to put together an all-star team of Detoit musicians for his latest effort. Scheduled to perform on some of the tracks this week are Harlow's Go partner John Krautner, as well as Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age), Joey Mazzola (Detroit Cobras, Sponge), Kenny Tudrick (Detroit Cobras, Kid Rock), Danny Methric (the Muggs, the Paybacks) and Loretta Lucas (the Sisters Lucas).
NYC musician Neil Nathan leaves the Big Apple behind this week.
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