Carnivale du Vin Bourbon, Boudin and Beer



Fly first class on American Airlines to the music capital of the south for this once in a lifetime writing and recording opportunity with longtime Journey keyboardist and rhythm guitarist, Jonathan Cain. No stranger to writing songs, this hall of famer co-wrote Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’, one of the bestselling hits of all time. Jonathan attended the Chicago Conservatory of Music at Roosevelt University and relocated to Los Angeles’ Laurel Canyon and joined Journey early in 1981. A run of hit albums and singles followed, many of which Cain co-penned, including Who’s Crying Now, Don’t Stop Believin’, Faithfully and the power ballad Open Arms. When he wasn’t working with Journey, he was producing albums as well and recording his own, such as 2001’s Anthology. Get your creative juices flowing as you join Jonathan Cain for the opportunity to write and record an original song of your own in his Nashville studio. The state-of-the-art studio Addiction Sound Studio was designed by Chris Huston, engineer for Led Zeppelin, War, The Who and more, specifically for Jonathan Cain and David Kalmusky. Peek into the second-floor artist loft to get an idea how these music legends kick back after recording. Who knows, your co-creation could be the next big hit!

Donated by Jonathan Cain and American Airlines

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Carnivale du Vin Bourbon, Boudin and Beer


New Orleans

6 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
This event is for adults 21+

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