GSB is thrilled to announce that it will begin production of its next album, starting with a 2-day recording session at Echo Mountain Studio in downtown Asheville on January 22 and 23, 2016. Julian Dreyer, Grammy-Nominated Chief Engineer of Echo Mountain Recording, will handle the project. Arguably the South’s most aesthetic and functionally impressive studio, Echo Mountain Studio is housed in a former Methodist Church and much of that architectural “spirit” remains. The main studio boasts a large stained glass window and the woods and layout still possess the feel of being in a Church. The list of clients is a litany of who’s who; Steve Martin, Peter Asher and the Steep Canyon Rangers were there the day before GSB visited earlier this year. Other notable artists who have recorded at EMS include Amy Ray, Zac Brown, Dierks Bentley and Dawes. Athens native Will Manning, who produced GSB’s first album, was an intern at EMS. Songs planned in this recording session include “Give Me A Reason”, “Diamond”, “American Flag” and “The Boom Boom Song”. GSB hopes to have the album completed by late-Spring 2016.