Podcast Recording in St. Louis

Podcast Recording in St. Louis

Podcast Recording in St. Louis TBeats Studios offers a beautiful podcast recording studio located in downtown St. Louis. Our commercial facility houses a state of the art control room, tracking room, vocal booth, and ssl booths. Our audio professionals provide independent authors, speakers, and agencies in-studio and on-location podcast recording in St. Louis; enabling them to turn their written content into high quality audio. Hear The Difference at TBeats Studios! BOOK STUDIO TIME...
Tony Thompson Releases Follow-Up Album Sound of My Mind II

Tony Thompson Releases Follow-Up Album Sound of My Mind II

TBEATS STUDIOS For Immediate Release                                                                        February 26, 2017 Tony Thompson Releases Follow-Up Album Sound of My Mind II ST. LOUIS, MO – St. Louis native, Tony Thompson recently released his follow-up album to his freshman album, The Sound Of My Mind II. Thompson is most notably known for his successful business venture, Kwame Building Group, a Construction Management Services company headquartered in St. Louis, where he serves as Chairman of The Board and CEO. What most people do not know about Thompson is that he has always had an extreme passion for the arts, specifically music. At an early age, Thompson was given a full jazz music scholarship, but he turned it down to pursue engineering and obtained his B.A. in Environmental Design from the University of Kansas and later obtained his B.S in Architectural Design, MBA in Finance and Masters in Civil Engineering. Now that he is semi-retired he can get back to his true passion, jazz music. In his high school years he played in a jazz band that opened up frequently in local venues around St. Louis. With four jazz albums previously completed, this new release features Ron Carr and Gerald Warren on drums, Michael Burno Williams and Ken Black on Bass, Keith Moyer on Trumpet, Craig Florez on Guitar, Lina and Aeisha Phillips, and ‘Lil Cuz Jalynn Lee on Flute. The entire album was recorded “live” in Thompson’s studio, TBeats Studio, located in Downtown St. Louis. The album is currently available online at www.tbeatsstudio.com and the vinyl version will be available in local stores April 15th. ABOUT TBEATS STUDIOS TBeats Studio is an affordable professional music...
2Chainz Concert with Gabbii and Kingpin

2Chainz Concert with Gabbii and Kingpin

On October 29th Harris Stowe State University will be having its annual homecoming concert and this year 2Chainz is the headliner. The TBeats Entertainment Recording Artists, Gabbii, Kinpin and Tony Maranzano will open up. Don’t miss out!   Order Tickets now before they are all sold...
Singing Talent Call – October 8, 2016

Singing Talent Call – October 8, 2016

Ladies of St. Louis! Have you had dreams of becoming the next big artist and just waiting for your big break? Well here it is! TBeats Entertainment along with I Got Musik Productions are looking for the next great singers. They will be hosting auditions for female singers between the ages of 17 to 19. The Top 4 Finalist will be selected by a panel of judges for an opportunity to work with music industry professionals, producers, songwriters, and STL’s finest. Now is your opportunity to secure that record deal! Come out on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 1204 Washington Avenue from 11am – 4pm. Got questions? Email us at sylva@tbeatsstudio.com or call...
A successful businessman builds hope through music and scholarships

A successful businessman builds hope through music and scholarships

From the St. Louis Post Dispatch ST. LOUIS • The ambient music Tony Thompson is listening to is his own. He creates the jazz instrumental pieces when he needs to unwind or escape. And, sadly, to ease the pain. “Without music, I’d have lost my mind by now,” Thompson says from his office on Washington Avenue. It’s here, at Kwame Building Group, the construction management firm Thompson founded in 1991, where he has built a music studio, an expansion of his foundation aimed at providing educational opportunities for minorities. It’s one of several ways he has opened doors to those who might not have otherwise had access. The most notable comes in the form of a long list of scholarships, which have made available more than $1.1 million over 12 years. Kwame Foundation’s annual golf tournament each August serves as the sole fundraiser for the scholarships. Thompson also started a mentor program for high school boys and an annual bus tour of historically black universities. But his newest effort is a music studio summer camp that just finished up its second year and spawned a record label: TBeats. It’s a fitting addition to Thompson’s efforts. He has always been a music lover, playing keyboards in the University City High School jazz band, which led to a music scholarship offer by the University of Kentucky. Instead, he accepted a scholarship to attend the University of Kansas, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering and environmental design. It would prove to be a successful path for Thompson, 55, landing him jobs with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,...