I had the honor tonight of playing for the Ember of Hope dinner gala in the beautiful atrium of UGA's Botanical Garden, surrounded by orchids, kind people, and outside, a hint of snow. When my friend Kim Bennett (from Cultivating a Lifetime of Legacy, Inc., a non-profit which nurtures vulnerable youth) asked, I leaped at the opportunity to support their good work. Tonight the honor went to some truly remarkable folks, among them my friends Life and Elizabeth. The night was perfect, except for my too-close microphone placement. :-) Please forgive bits of unheard-in-the-room distortion and I think you'll hear something special took place.
released February 21, 2015
recorded at UGA's Botanical Garden, Athens GA, 2.20.15
Killick Hinds- Vo-96 and Harmonic Isolator guitars
One of my favorite albums ever! It beautifully captures the sound and spirit of where we live. I was honored to be the engineer for the session, and it is a highlight in my history as a record mogul. Killick