One of contemporary rock 'n' roll's finest producers-engineers, Ron Nevison
has accumulated an impressive resume of credits that reads like a Who's Who
in Rock 'n' Roll. His work is an integral part of some of the most defining
rock records of this, or any other, generation. He has found success in the
studio with the likes of Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, The Who, Thin Lizzy, The
Babys, Jefferson Starship, Heart, Chicago, UFO, Damn Yankees and Foghat. And
that's far from a complete list.
Beginning in 1973, the Philadelphia native began to build his impressive studio
resume by working with The Who as chief engineer on the band's groundbreaking
classic, "Quadrophenia." "I was working in London and met Faces bassist Ronnie
Lane who had always wanted to own a mobile studio in an Airstream trailer,"
explains Nevison. "I got commissioned to do the job and put it together for
him using what was, for the time, state of the art gear."
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