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Baldridge Finds Great Success

Joe Baldridge Head ShotLecturer of Audio Engineering Joe Baldridge has spent a considerable amount of time in the studio recently as one of his song’s, “Blue Ain’t Your Color” by Keith Urban, hit No. 1 in March. Urban’s album Ripcord was also nominated for five CMA awards, three Grammy awards and seven ACM awards in the 2017 cycle.

Additionally, Baldridge  recorded 20 songs for the new Thomas Rhett album for producers Dan Huff, Jesse Frasure, Joe London and Julian Bunetta at Blackbird Studio D and Backstage Studio in Nashville. The first single, “Craving You,” produced by Huff, Bunetta and London, was released on March 31. Finally, Baldridge recorded eight songs for Dan Tyminski’s new Universal Music Group album in February with Frasure at Backstage Studio with Belmont student Josh Ditty assisting.


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