Master Dowd Tommy Dowd is the man that had a passion for music. When he was 16, he was a sergeant in the Army corps for Engineers and helped with the Manhattan Project. When he got older, he soon began applying his science background to help revolutionize the process of recording music. When he worked for Atlantic Records, he created the eight-track console which modernized the recording industry. Later, he produced and engineered timeless records for artists like Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, The Allman Brothers Band, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin and more artists. Later, Tom Dowd began creating and mixing music for special occasions or events at the White house. Everyone loved and admired Tommy Dowd because of what he did, his personality, and what he saw in people that others did not. Tommy Dowd passed away on October 27, 2002. He will always be in our thoughts and prayers.

Master Dowd

Tommy Dowd is the man that had a passion for music. When he was 16, he was a sergeant in the Army corps for Engineers and helped with the Manhattan Project. When he got older, he soon began applying his science background to help revolutionize the process of recording music. When he worked for Atlantic Records, he created the eight-track console which modernized the recording industry. Later, he produced and engineered timeless records for artists like Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, The Allman Brothers Band, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin and more artists. Later, Tom Dowd began creating and mixing music for special occasions or events at the White house. Everyone loved and admired Tommy Dowd because of what he did, his personality, and what he saw in people that others did not. Tommy Dowd passed away on October 27, 2002. He will always be in our thoughts and prayers.

Les Paul Les Paul was an intelligent man and knew what a guitar can do and should do. He started to love music when he was eight. When he became an teenager, He adopted the career of an country-music singer, guitarist, and harmonica player. At 17, he joined Rube Tronson’s band, the Texas Cowboys. Later, he dropped out of high school to join an radio band by Wolverton in St. Louis, Missouri. Later in life, he moved to Chicago where he released his first two records in 1936. In 1945, he met a western country singer named Colleen Summers. They started recording together in 1948. The year after, they got married. That same year, they recorded 3 songs including “How High The Moon”. Les Paul hosted his own 15 minute radio show called the Les Paul Show. When Les Paul created Multi-track recording, it made the music industry very popular and more stuff they can mix and record.

Les Paul

Les Paul was an intelligent man and knew what a guitar can do and should do. He started to love music when he was eight. When he became an teenager, He adopted the career of an country-music singer, guitarist, and harmonica player. At 17, he joined Rube Tronson’s band, the Texas Cowboys. Later, he dropped out of high school to join an radio band by Wolverton in St. Louis, Missouri. Later in life, he moved to Chicago where he released his first two records in 1936. In 1945, he met a western country singer named Colleen Summers. They started recording together in 1948. The year after, they got married. That same year, they recorded 3 songs including “How High The Moon”. Les Paul hosted his own 15 minute radio show called the Les Paul Show. When Les Paul created Multi-track recording, it made the music industry very popular and more stuff they can mix and record.