Wed, 11 January 2012
Stuart Epps started his musical journey at a very young age. He worked at Dick James Music as an errand boy when he was 15 years old. He quickly moved up the ladder and has been involved with the music business ever since. He was the Chief Engineer at DJM Studios, and toured the United States with Elton John as his personal assistant. He produced albums from Led Zeppelin, Elton John, and Bad Company to name just a few. He's had so many incredible experiences through his life, and I was lucky enough to have him share some of his stories with me. He told me about the early days and the excitement that was in the air in London through the late 60's. One of the many things that impress me about Mr. Epps is that he always looking forward. He continues to work with up and coming artists, and is on the lookout for new talent. There are so many layers to this man's career. Learn more at http://www.stuartepps.co.uk/ and enjoy the interview. Stuart Epps is a living legend, and it was an honor to meet with him. Enjoy!
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