Time Is Free was produced by Nick Forster (Hotrise, NPR’s eTown) and recorded mostly live at eTown Studios in Boulder, CO (see photo above) and Sage Arts Studio in Arlington, WA. We are so proud of this album, and so grateful to all of the amazing musicians and engineers who put their time and energy and hearts into making it sound its best.
Speaking of gratitude, we would not have been able to make this album without the support of many generous people. Their financial contributions funded the album, and their belief in us fueled the many months of work that went in to finishing it. We are deeply grateful.
We can’t seem to stay in one place for too long . . .
After our album release concert in Ventura, CA we headed back to Tennessee, where we’ve been enjoying Nashville’s very best season with walks in the fragrant woods and a lot of windows-open-to-the-fresh-breeze songwriting sessions. But it’s starting to heat up in the South, and we have plans to spend the summer in more temperate climes . . .
We’ll also be performing in Shakespeare’s The Tempest this summer with Island Stage Left up on San Juan Island, so if you’re in the Pacific Northwest for the summer join us for a show!
Trevor & Sylvie’s Home Recordings
Handmade footage of music, theatre, and silliness . . .
Our officially informal, ridiculously serious newsletter wouldn’t be complete without a little fresh footage, so we’ll be sharing a new video with you each time we drop into your inbox! We’re not promising quality, though, so lower your expectations! (wink, wink)
If you’ve spent any time around us, you know that it’s nearly impossible for us to get through a day (or a show) without getting goofy. Spontaneous improved scenes are a real part of our lives, and sometimes we manage to capture them on film. Today’s footage finds us in the kitchen, discussing the merits of a particular bottle of wine . . .