MUSIC ARTIST CALLOUT! Flashback Friday #FF — So, for the last month, I’ve been sharing 2011 interviews I did for OUTlander in Austin. They were with GodDes and She, Esther LaVonne, and two defunct bands, Petals and Lipstick Letters. The last thing I posted on my YouTube Page was the Official Lyric Video I edited for my brother, Panamatic, that many of you have already seen. Not so much, a flashback because I did it in January, but I did want to say that if there are any artists or bands out there that want a lyric video created for one of their songs, please message me here or email me at email@example.com, because I’d like to try my hand at another one. Thanks!
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Flashback Friday #FF — Didn’t get to do a Throwback Thursday #TT yesterday, so I’m doing this instead. This is the 3rd of the interviews I did for OUTlander Fest back in 2011. This band was called Petals. They had an ’80s/pop/punk/rock vibe. I don’t think their together any longer, but the singers are sisters, so I’m sure they’re probably still working on something together. They were fun.
Throwback Thursday #TT — This is the second of a few interviews I did for OUTlander Fest in Austin back in 2011. This one is with crunk pop singer, Esther LaVonne. Unfortunately, she’s recently been diagnosed with Stage Four Non Small Cell Lung Cancer. She’s only 32 years old and has never smoked. Her friends and colleagues in the Austin music community are hosting a benefit for her THIS SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 2014, to help her with her medical expenses. If you’re in the Austin area, check out the deets and info on the event at the Facebook Event here.
El Paso! ATX! Boston! Watch the official lyric video I created for my brother, Panamatic, for the last song on his mixtape, the Revamp of a Conscious Mind. It’s called “Waiting For?” and it samples Pat Benatar’s song called “Invincible” from the movie, the Legend of Billie Jean.
Thank You & Shout Out to Jaime Aranda (Jimmy Electric), Kristopher Lee Wade (more recently plays with the Hot Nut Riveters), Tina Turner (more focused on teaching these days), Jenni Dale Lord, Clay Berkes (Medicine Park), Shari Pine & Joseph Silva for working with me and being open.
I shot all the pics/shoots, except the last NYC scene, which which was shot by Joseph Silva Photography. I’d love to try this again in the not too distant future with other musical artists. I created a deviantART account recently to feature my photography there. If you’re there, find me and friend me here.