Its time to introduce the singers on the upcoming single, “When Echoes Fade”.

Lead vocals are performed by Chris Cron from Nashville. Chris is the former lead singer/pianist for Warner Bros. recording artist Melee.

Additional vocals are performed by Jennifer Crutchfield, a Sweedish/American singer/songwriter based in Los Angeles. Jennifer is also know under the artist name SWEEDiSH.

The single will be released on Friday November 29th.

The woodwind wizard

Its time to introduce some more of the great people involved with the upcoming single, When Echoes Fade.

First out is woodwind multi-Instrumentalist Josh Plotner.

Josh Plotner is a New York-based saxophonist, woodwind multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and international recording artist. He regularly records for film, television, video games, and albums, as well as playing and subbing on Broadway. Highlights include Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maizel, Red Dead Redemption II, a previously unrecorded Stephen Sondheim song from Assassins (“The Flag Song”), music for “Star Wars’: Galaxy’s Edge” at Disneyland/Disney World, collaboration with Meghan Trainor while she was at No. 1 on the charts, and many others.

Josh is playing alto flute and soprano saxophone on When Echoes Fade.

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Last finish

Drummer Tore Jamne joins the “band”

Drummer Tore Jamne, known for his work with several Norwegian bands (Vamp, Blest, Tom Roger Aadland and more), recently added misc. cymbals to the single When Echoes Fade. The studio session was held at Sweetspot Studio in Vea, Norway.

Tores contribution is the last “external” input to the song, before Christian will do the last finishing touches before the mix session.

New single update

Christians upcoming single, titled When Echoes Fade, will feature contributions from several musicians. Lead vocals recorded in Nashville, additional vocals in Los Angeles, flute and sax being recorded in New York and guitars in Asker, Norway.

photo: Cecilie Welde
Work in progress (photo: Cecilie Welde)