Shine On – The Making of And We All Shine On: A Tribute to John Lennon from Music City

The Nashville Engineer Relief Fund (NERF) and AES Nashville Section announce “Shine On – The Making of And We All Shine On: A Tribute to John Lennon from Music City” – an online event rediscovering the music created for the NERF fundraiser album helmed by Steve Marcantonio, Grammy-winning Engineer and longtime AES Nashville Section member and audio engineer for John Lennon and countless others.

The event features a livestreamed moderated discussion with the album’s four producers: Marcantonio, Nicole Cochran, Sharon Corbitt and Wayne Halper. And We All Shine On features some of Nashville’s finest performers and utilized several of Nashville’s top studios. In addition to delving into the album’s inspiration and production, the night will include stories and tributes to John Lennon’s songwriting, recording and personal legacy.

The album will be available to those who wish to make a donation to NERF as it continues its outreach through these extraordinary times.

We invite you to join us as we celebrate the Nashville audio community and examine an exemplary piece of our cultural heritage.

Wednesday, August 5, 7:00 p.m. CDT

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