Over three years ago, I recorded this interpretation of a song written by Robbie Robertson, and made popular by the Grateful Dead. It’s “Broken Arrow.”
In my latest random video, I talk about The Amazing Spider-Man Lizard Sewer Speeder from Megabloks.
I’ve posted a couple more random videos recently, and have recorded 2 more that are set to go out soon. I hope you enjoy!
While you’re at it, you could subscribe to my Youtube channel to keep up with all the things that I come up with. I’d appreciate it!
I posted a video last night that is outside my normal horror/music stuff, but fun nonetheless. Some weird toys I picked up at Ollie’s.
This just came out today as I was playing around. Download the mp3.
Add yet another song to the list of songs I’ve completely ruined (such as “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald,” “Bad Moon Rising,” “Thunder Kiss ’65,” “El Paso,” “Waterloo,” and many others available on the music page) — this time around it’s “Africa” by Toto.
It was the perfect storm: I had the original song stuck in my head; I thought it would be really funny to do a slow, heavy, weird rendition; I had returned my Korg D1600 for a D3200, so I needed something to record.
Not long ago, I posted the “lost episode” of The Electric Chair 2D — one that I’ve never had the chance to complete. I spoke with the wonderful people from Orchard Place Productions, who brought us the sweet zombie short The Other Side.
I had a great time hanging out with them, and hope you enjoy it as well.
I’m really honored to be one of the supporters of the Kickstarter campaign that enabled Michale Graves to release his newest effort, Vagabond. I got the CD this week, and it’s amazing. He just released the video for “I Can Feel Heaven,” and I hope you enjoy.
This is the first thing I cranked out using lots of new equipment (actually used equipment I procured from Ebay): The Korg D1600 and Korg Microkorg. It’s called “Center of My Eye” and employs the following: 2 tracks of Microkorg goodness; 1 track of my Ibanez SR405 through a Boss GT-10B; and 1 track of my sweet Kramer HST 300 electric guitar through the Line 6 Spider III amp.
There’s a production house in Pittsburgh—Orchard Place—making great horror. They’re the ones that made my favorite film at the Eerie Horror Film Festival this year—The Other Side. They need you to vote for another film of theirs called Green-Eyed, which you can watch and rate accordingly. It’s up for a major screening and award if enough people get behind it. They’d love your support! Go to www.cinema48.com and under “Channels” select “USA cities from N to R” and you will see Green-Eyed there. Thanks!