Articles and Interviews
There has to be a certain bug-eyed innocence the first time a performer commits his or her voice to tape. Surrounded by gadgetry it seems only a handful of people can understand and operate, in a room with people studying every motion, analyzing each note, that first recording session is a crash course in quelling the butterflies while trying to stay on key. Laura Minor admits as much. Now with her debut album on HighTone Records securely under her belt and on the shelves, the 28-year-old Florida native looked back at her initial sessions with a little laugh of sheepishness. ...