September 2007
Mix;Sep2007, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p125
The article reports that producer, artist and songwriter Jen Foster has recorded an independent album that follows her critically acclaimed "The Underdogs," which she released in 2006. She recorded her new album at the East Iris Recording Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, in June 2007. Greg Dorman was co-producer and engineered the project with the help of Heather Stum.


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