The Crow’s Nest is a unique recording studio specializing in distinctive sonics for singer-songwriters. It is located in the Shenandoah Valley, 75 miles west of Washington, D.C.
Recent projects include collaborations with Brian Lucey (Elvis Costello, the Black Keys, Lucinda Williams), Jon Astley (Tori Amos, Pete Townshend, George Harrison), Jordan Zevon (“Warm Rain” from Hurry Home Early: the Songs of Warren Zevon), and Gaurav Mazumdar (sitarist for Ravi Shankar, Philip Glass).
The Nest produced After Hours: a Tribute to the Music of Lou Reed, If I Were a Richman: a Tribute to the Music of Jonathan Richman, Hurry Home Early, and records by Alice Despard, Casey Abrams, Johnny J Blair, Arms of Kismet, Waterslide, and others. Recent guest musicians include Audrey Karrasch, John Lee Sanders, Steve Burdette, Adam “Ditch” Kurtz, Dan Hochhalter, and Clint Wells.
The Nest is home to sonorous gear from the pristine to the low-fi. Guitars, loops, or multitracked harmonies, it’s all about getting your own distinctive sound.
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