053 – Marshall Richardson: Touring with a “Legacy Artist”, Garnering Recording Tips from Pro Engineers, Taking Recommendations Seriously
Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Marshall Richardson moved to Nashville in 2000 after graduating from the University of North Texas with a BA in Music.
As a sideman, Marshall has worked with a diverse list of artists, ranging from country legends to roots rockers, including Jo Dee Messina, Lorrie Morgan, Webb Wilder, Bernie Leadon, Joe Nichols, and Johnny Reid. His career in Nashville is a balance of recording sessions and live local, national, and international touring performances.
In this podcast, Marshall talks about:
Delivering a great performance when recommended for gigs
Being comfortable playing with or without a click
Touring with a “Legacy Artist”
Getting advice from engineers about home recording
Explaining phase and polarity when recording
Balancing your kit
Considering note length when drumming