Jim Chapdelaine

Eskow, Gary
April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p62
The article profiles veteran musician/producer Jim Chapdelaine. The multitalented guitarist/producer/engineer, who grew up in Connecticut, has just turned the corner on one of his busiest years. Highlights for 2003 included producing artist Phoebe Snow's 2002 CD. His own band, Feathermerchants, recorded their new album, with musician Chuck Leavell on keyboards. After his recovery from cancer, Chap hit the road, playing with lead singers of prominent performers such as Guns N' Roses, Beach Boys etc. In 2002, Chapdelaine built his latest studio, with the help of industry veteran Chris Huston.


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