Christopher Thorn gives a tour of the studio at Clarity Way.
“My sister and her husband asked me if
I thought it would be a good idea to add
a studio to their new rehab facility, Clarity
Way,” says Blind Melon guitarist Christopher
Thorn. “I thought it was a fantastic
idea and offered my help in the design
and gear purchases.
Thorn in his own Fireside Studio.
I’ve had a lot of
friends go to rehab, and their one complaint
was they couldn’t work on music
during the trying time of getting sober.
A singer I know spent some time at
Clarity Way and it was inspiring to hear
the songs he wrote during his stay there.
I could tell that
his true creative
self was reappearing.”
For more information
go to clarityway.com.
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