As Brad mentioned below, Randy has a nice recording studio. And, as reported onThe Bluegrass Blog, it is now an award-winning studio:
"The June/July issue of Upholstery Journal announces the winners of the 2007 Design & Craftsmanship Awards. Randy won top honors (platinum) for the design of a set of Ã¢â‚¬Ëœ63 Chevy booth seats in the Ã¢â‚¬Å“green roomÃ¢â‚¬Â of his studio.
"The green room resembles an old style dinner complete with black and white floor tiles and the award winning booth which has built speakers between the seats."
I'm beginning to think this Kohrs fellow is multi-talented!
All purpose musician and monster resoist Randy Kohrs is featured in this months Mix magazine for one of his decreasingly lesser-known talents - sound engineering. I was fortunate to do some recording at his home based Slack Key Studios a while back and was impressed with his gear and engineering savvy. Since that time his experience has landed many top Nashville artists and he's quickly established himself as an in-demand engineer. Among the latest projects recorded in-house is one of the top 5 bluegrass projects on the airways currently, Randy's own Old Photograph.
Not only does it feature Randy's cutting-edge command of the instrument we love, we also get to hear him on National-style as well as squareneck acoustic guitars along with his crystal clear vocals. This project is a must-have for resoists and bluegrass fans alike.