Ken Caillat holds a BSC from the University of Santa Clara and has been an active member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) for 27 years. He plans on recording most of his projects there or in Hawaii August 2009 Ken signed a book deal with Harper Collins to write a book about the making of Fleetwood Macs Rumours. August 2009 Ken joined the Advisory Board of Cal State University, Channel Islands, Ca, January 2009 Breakthrough is a Hit!
He also owns 2 United States Patents, # 5,101,195 & #5,001,466 2010 Ken opened a high end affordable 2 room production suite at the Village Recorder in W. Soon after the Kauai writing sessions ended, it became evident that plans for her record were changing. Ken became one of three producers on her new album and produced 14 of the 19 songs to go on her Deluxe Cd Breakthrough to be released August 25, 2009.
The opening acts for this trek are Hawaiian pop rock artist Justin Young and Nashville/Los Angeles acoustic duo High Dive Heart. Pre-sale tickets and VIP bundles will go live tomorrow (June 15) at 10 a.m. VIP bundles include a ticket to a concert of your choice, a meet & greet/photo with Colbie, an exclusive T-shirt, an exclusive VIP laminate, and exclusive signed photo content, and a USB stick filled with content.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public this Friday.
@ Thalia Hall10/22- Columbus, Ohio @ Capitol Theatre10/25- Boston, Mass.
@ Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead10/21- Chicago, Ill. @ Concert Hall- New York Society for Ethical Culture10/28- Glenside, Pa.
Young, who is very well known in the Hawaiian music scene, has released several albums to date.
The charismatic artist even set up a hi-octane 'writing camp' in Hawaii last year, inviting familiar collaborators Jason Reeves and Mikal Blue and Kara Dio Guardi to the creative free-for-all.
Caillat and her team wrote 50 songs for the album and recorded 20.
I’d been trying to find another creative outlet, besides music, for a while.
Always loved non-fiction form of storytelling — books, radio programs and of course documentary films.