We have a big gray van, a high quality and fully remote audio / video rig and we love to travel! We can pop-up our “studio” in a house, a theatre, a front porch, or on-site at a festival to capture our series of Field-Recordings. We love to find unique and creative people in places where roots music is a part of every day life. Think of us as a modern day Lomax.
In July 2019, Beehive Productions spent a week in Nashville, TN with the folks of Peluso Microphone Lab during the National Association of Music Merchandisers (NAMM) conference. While there, they capture live sessions featuring both up-and-coming and established Nashville artists. Here is Part 1 of the series!
Captured live this past February during the 2019 Folk Alliance International Conference in Montréal, Quebec. The theme for this set is "Crossing Borders" with a goal to include artists from as many different cultural identities and places as possible.
Grammy nominee Bruce Molsky with next generation virtuoso players Stash Wyslouch and Allison de Groot form a powerhouse trio who combine the traditions of old-time and American Roots music with their own personal flair to create a new sound that's both vibrant and audacious.
The Pewter Sessions are performances captured live in front of a small audience at both the Winter and Summer Hoot at the Ashokan Center in New York State. The sessions are held in a 100-year-old pewter shop that now serves as a cozy side-venue during the festival. The intimate nature of the space creates a special atmosphere for audience members and performers alike. Beehive Productions has been capturing these live performances since the 2015 Winter Hoot. Below are some memorable sets.
These sessions were all filmed in 2018 in the Spaceworks NYC studios in the Williamsburg Public Library and the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. The sessions feature an eclectic mix of NYC-based roots music.