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Here are some photos of the many friends and clients of the Acoustic Barn. Click on any picture to enlarge it in a new window. New photos added 6.21.2005.

Rick Dior, Harry Connick Jr. and Branford Marsalis at the recording session for Connick’s new CD, “Occassions”.A little more serious...
Grammy award winning engineer Rob “Wacko” Hunter being his wacko self.Rick and drumming legend Ed Shaughnessy share a laugh.
(L-R) Delfeayo Marsalis, Oliver Lake, Terrell Stafford, Herman Burney, Branford Marsalis and Ed Shaughnessy rehearse during the recording of the new Delfeayo Marsalis project. Not shown is pianist Ellis Marsalis and bassist Delbert Felix.Legendary jazz drummer Jimmy Cobb lays it down during a session for an upcoming release for Marsalis Music.
Bob Texiera from the group Without BordersBrian from the band Semi-Pro.
Contrabass flute from the National Flute ChoirThe National Flute Choir
Sax great Dewey ReddmanBrian Miller
Shirley Gilpen and David Crowe from the group Without BordersFred Wesley and Steve Haines in conference.
Rick and Fred -- love that shirt!Get him in the STUDIO!
Gabe EvansJohn Brown Band with Rick
Rick in the heat of the heat of battle again.
Jim Brock lays down some tracks for Jon Thornton's new CD.Julianne Dior
Julianne Dior -- the next great Pop Diva!Rick's sister and 3rd degree blackbelt Donna Dior with Princess Julianne
Ryan and JulieThe Dior Girls -- Donna, Julianne, Mom, and Jennifer
John BrownRussell Lacy and Rick.
Ray Codrington in action.Ray gets personal with the U47
Ray and BrianTrombone great Fred Wesley warms up in the control room.
Rick and Celia from Bata MbiraRick checks some levels.
Rick checks out the studio action on the plasma.Rick in the control room.
Rick's lovely wife Jennifer on the ferry that almost killed him.Rick takes a nap during a break with the National Flute Choir.
Steve Haines and producer John SnyderSteve Haines listens back.
Mark Stallings and his new best friend.Van Sachs gets in on the action. I see a resemblance here...
Student Brian Gantz and his favourite magazine.Vocal mic party.
Al Sergil at the drums.Pianist, arranger, composer and overall swell guy Alan Kaufman ponders life (or maybe lunch).
Drummer Brian Sullivan tries his hands at the piano.Bill Gearhart emotes with his favourite piece of furniture.
The late, great Billy Spencer hits a high note.Engineer Bob Rydel with his new best friend.
Charlotte Symphony Cellist Alex KramerBarbera and Bill Lewis
Flutist Teresa Beaman and pianist Mary Lou Paschal with the Charlotte Symphony horn section take a break during the recording of Teresa's new CD "Flute Flora".Producer Big Mo and singer Toni Kantu
Drummer Bill StoweGospel singer Brian McCrimmon recieves his masters.
Producer Cedric ThompsonThe Chad Lawson Trio chills out after recording a track from their new CD "Dear Dorothy".
Alternative rock group Concrete MaryCharlotte Symphony conductor David Tang with his lovely wife.
The Southern Fried Jazz Band records a track from their CD "It's What's Cookin'".Saxophonist Doug Henry relaxes after playing a burning solo.
Frank Kimbrough, Ron Brendle and Al Sergil during the recording of Brendle's "Trioism".The late, great blues singer Fred Jackson records a track from his xmas CD.
Guitarist Jarret CarterProducer Jason Bailey
Three-year-old Ryan Dior puts the finishing touches on his first mix.Pianist Gary Marcus
Funky bassist Gerrard Benson puts some grease on it.Grupo Navidad (from L-R: Manny Ramierez, Roberto Alvarez and Rick Dior) prepares for a xmas performance with the Charlotte Symphony.
Jazz pianist Jim Stack who holds the Barn's record for tunes recorded in a session (62 in three hours). Wow!!!Saxman Johnny Alexander
Pianist John ClarkProducer John Snyder
Bassist Kerry BrooksUniversity of Miami professor Larry Lapkin
The great Loonis McGlohon at the piano. We miss him.Here's Loonis with his lovely wife Nan.
Dynamite young bassist Mike HolsteinWinthrop Percussion professor and mbira virtuoso Michael Williams
Bass funkmaster Reginald Dennis and Rick DiorRick and Julianne Dior
Charlotte Symphony violinist Jane Hart Brendle holds the newest Dior arrival...While husband Ron is much more comfortable with this item.
Drummer Jim Lackey with Jim StackBassist Terry Peoples
Pianist Ryan WeaverSkinny Harris
Tim Cashin (left) cuts some vocals.Saxophonist Todd Wright
Bassist Tom HildrethTony Jones
Guitarist Van Sax flosses.The Winthrop Percussion Ensemble performs some djembe and vocal overdubs.

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