The Westport Library’s Transformation Project turned a great building into an amazing one.
The Forum, new stage, upgraded MakerSpace and welcoming café drew most of the attention.
But the Verso recording studios — with state-of-the-art recording equipment and spectacular post-production technology — is one of the revamped library’s most impressive features.
And it’s about to get more impressive.
A major — and I do mean “major” — recording artist has just signed a contract to use the studio for an upcoming album.
“It doesn’t get bigger or more exciting than this,” says Library executive director Bill Harmer. “Trust me. This is huge.”
I am not allowed to use his name in the body of this story (apparently, to avoid it being picked up by search engines). But here are a couple of clues:
- He lives in Weston.
- In the 1960s, he could not “get no satisfaction.”
- Yet he did have some “sympathy for the devil.”
- And though “wild horses” couldn’t drag me away to write his name here, I am allowed to link to it. Click here to see.