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Mixing w/Leslie Jones (w/video)

Leslie Jones of Right Hand Rule was back at Ultimate Studios, Inc remixing the bands single, a cover of Bill Withers’ Use Me, off the bands debut EP. This remix is made for the radio and will be the bands first real push on the airwaves.     “I’ve had the pleasure of working with

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From The Control Room w/Leslie Jones (w/video)

Leslie Jones of Right Hand Rule stopped by the studio recently for an interview. He discusses working at Ultimate Rhythm Studios, the writing process, playing multiple instruments, and other insights about Right Hand Rule. The band features Leslie Jones (vocals/percussion/sax/flute), Pharoah Barrett (bass/vocals), Rob Thrall (guitars), Scott McPike (drums), and Mo Beeks (keys), as well

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Right Hand Rule Tracks Last Song Of New Album

The boys in Right Hand Rule were back in the studio this week tracking the final song for their upcoming album. With all the rhythm tracks finished all that’s left is lead guitar, some percussion and vocals. It’s been a long road finishing up this album but it’s definitely going to be worth it! “Working

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Right Hand Rule Horn Section Lays It Down

Published on May 11, 2012 by in News

Right Hand Rule, featuring the uber talented Leslie “Mister” Jones, have been working on their new EP over the last couple of months with the most recent session featuring a fantastic horn section. David Urquidi, Sam Williams, Carlos Centeno and Leslie Jones. Right Hand Rule’s arrangements are a wide open canvas of anything goes which

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