Denny Laine, Romanza and more…

Eclipse provided lights and sound production for these Romanza Week Events.


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Miss Mundo Latina, Miss Teenage Mundo Latina and Miss Photogenic Latina


Denny Laine and The Cryers with The Falling Bones at The Art Breakers Cancer Fundraiser May 19th.


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Denny Laine, Terry Sylvester and The Cryers with The Falling Bones St. Augustine Beach Pier Pavilion May 23rd.

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Terry Brinkley found this cool Eclipse at COBA, Jim’s favorite Mayan City and brought it back for the studio.

Thanks Terry!


In The Studio

The Cryers rehearsing for the Denny Laine show.

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Peter Kessler and his son Adam demoing songs for Adams first CD.


Son Powers and all 4 of his CD’s.  He comes up with the coolest cover concepts that perfectly matches his music.


The Mixed Nuts

Michael Elias and Jim Shroka.

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Leo Shepherd and his gorgeous carved bass.


Thanks Leo for supporting Seattle’s Boosterthon Fun Run for Hartley Elementary School.


He ran 32 laps!

Katherine Way planning her Australian diamond importer video campaign with us.


Team Johnson (Libby is a long-time client).


Great friend Stephen Lynch was in finalizing his 3rd CD with Eclipse, “Wolf Road”, and working on details for the tracking variations we need to record for the feature film in production now.  Stephen’s music will open and close the movie and serve as the theme for future installments.  We’re looking forward to his upcoming move so he’ll be closer to home.


The Big Lonesome is a super group working on their first CD.


Greg is the serious one.


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Corbin Armstrong recording The Star Spangled Banner.


Jennie Vick, Author Margaret Brown and her family.  Eclipse will be recording a song and producing a video to promote Margaret’s book, “VIETNAM- That Time, That Place That War.”


Brent Byrd relaxing as he begins his second CD at Eclipse.


Doris May Kimmell, Marilyn Boren, Myles Savage (of the Platters) and wife (and boss) Karin.

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Pam from “The Mood” …Check out their links to purchase Music and help the cause to fight muscular dystrophy.


or CD Baby

Muscular Dystrophy flyer

4 thoughts on “Denny Laine, Romanza and more…

  1. I can’t remember having more fun (despite the painful shoulder) in a very long time. Thank yo Jim! The Art Breakers event was so much fun and from the minute I was escorted into the venue, I was quite absorbed into this mission going forward. I have met so many great new friends in these few days that I am still smiling. Learning about the recording studio was amazing. I know you are a very busy and talented man, but you must have a blast most days. I truley enjoyed my roles as tour guide and merchandise agent for the pier show. Consider me a lifetime volunteer! Kudos to you!

  2. To Jim and all teh Eclipse gang… thank you all for your efforts last week at both our Artbreakers event at The Fountain of Youth and the 10th Anniversary of our FREE Concerts at the Pier pavilion. Both events were fabulous, fun and indeed memorable! Many people complimented the quality of the sound on both shows. Eclipse was a pleasure to work with and we look forward to our next endeavor together –

    Bill Jones
    Artbreakers and The St Augustine Beach Civic Associaition

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