Foo Fighters Auctioning Studio Time To Help Friend and Musician
. (hennemusic) The Foo Fighters have stepped in to assist friend and Seattle musician Mike Squires (Loaded, Alien Crime Syndicate, Harvey Danger) and his mother, Charlotte, who is fighting cancer.
The band have offered up two days of recording at their California base, Studio 606, as part of an eBay auction by Squires to assist with his mother's medical bills.
Squires posted a description of the studio in his eBay listing: "Studio 606 is the Foo Fighters' private studio. 606 Studio Manager, Scott Parker, and the Foo Fighters have donated 2 days of studio time to help benefit my mother Charlotte's fight against cancer.
"The highest bidder in this auction will have unlimited access, for two days, to record or mix at the studio.
"The auction includes the use of the house engineer, the studio space, studio recording equipment, Pro Tools rig, and limited backline (no house guitars are available for use, Sorry!). That literally means that you can show up with your band's guitars and pedals and your favorite snare or kick pedal (but, seriously?) and create a record in a world-class recording environment." Read more here.
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