Johnson, Heather
May 2008
Mix;May2008, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p76
The article discusses the musical activity of Joe Welsh in Nashville, Tennessee. It states that Welsh, producer of Wal-Mart's corporate-event music, had created Guidotoons, a full-service project studio in Nashville. Since he did not want to compete with other commercial recoding facilities, Welsh built Guidotoons inside his house. Moreover, Welsh is currently devoting more time to his songwriting demons and is planning to continue composing motivational pop/rock tunes for Wal-Mart.


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