Studio Resume

A select few of the artists Tommy Brothers has work with over his 18 year recording career.

Short Biography

Tommy Brothers grew up in the music business. His father Ronnie Brothers owned and operated the group Sidewinder from Raleigh North Carolina. At the age of 11, Tommy was introduced to the art of recording music and received his first guitar. With his father's assistance, Tommy recorded his first album in 1993 with the Wilmington, NC, band Greenhouse. Greenhouse toured the Southeast in the mid 1990s. In 1999 he and his partner opened Audio Genesis recording studio in Wilmington NC. Some of Audio Genesis's more notable clients were Andre' 3000 (OutKast,) Macy Grey, Tom and Mike Gossin (Gloriana), Tyler Hilton, Weedeater, ASG, Angie Aparo, Craig Woolard Band, Katie Holmes (Dawson's Creek), and Bethanny Joy Lenz (One Tree Hill). Audio Genesis closed in 2013 after many successful years.

Matt Sullivan, Andre' Benjamin, Debra Killings, Tommy Brothers, and Bryan Barber

Outkast Soundtrack

Tommy Brothers engineered some of the prerecords for the Outkast movie Idlewild. Working directly with Andre' 3000.

From left to right : Matt Sullivan, Andre' Benjamin, Debra Killings, Tommy Brothers, and Bryan Barber

Dawson's Creek Katie Holmes

Dawson's Creek

Prerecord session for the Dawson's Creek television series. Recorded at Audio Genesis Recording Studio Wilmington North Carolina in 2001.

From left to right: Katie Holmes and Tommy Brothers

Craig Woolard, Will McFarlane and Tommy Brothers

Criag Woolard and Will McFarlanen

Recording Craig Woolard of the Embers with Bonnie Raitt guitarist Will Macfarlane

From left to right: Criag Woolard, Will Macfarlane and Tommy Brothers

Bethany Joy Lenz and Amber Sweeney

Everly Recording Session

Bethany Joy Lenz of One Tree Hill and Amber Sweeny recording songs for the album Mission Bell at Audio Genesis with engineer Tommy Brothers in 2008.

From left to right: Bethany Joy Lenz and Amber Sweeny

Bethany Joy Lenz, Tyler Hilton and Tommy Brothers

Stars Go Blue on One Tree Hill

Bethany Joy Lenz and Tyler Hilton recording a version Ryan Adams Stars Go Blue for an episode of One Tree Hill at Audio Genesis with engineer Tommy Brothers in 2005.

From left to right: Bethany Joy Lenz, Tyler Hilton and Tommy Brothers

Mike Corrado and Tommy Brothers

My Watch by Mike Corrado

Mike Corrado and Tommy Brothers working on the single My Watch in 2003.

From left to right: Tommy Brothers and Mike Corrado