From Guitar Pickin’ Martyrs. Directed by Yael Staav and shot on location in Chattanooga, TN and Asheville, NC
A spoken word piece for typewriter, didgeridoo and bullfrogs by Gary Rasberry featuring Teilhard Frost on didgeridoo (and 2nd typewriter). Found on Gary’s 2007 solo record, ‘Curving for the Coast.’
Song written for CBC’s Hockey Day in Canada – Recorded live at the CBC Toronto with Dave Bidini’s band, Bidiniband
Resistance by Chris Brown and Kate Fenner from the Other People’s Heaven album. Footage taken from New York Central Railroad 1950 – “The Big Train”
8 of the 11 Gertrudes opening their set at the gorgeous River & Sky Festival near Kearny, ON.
Trainwrecks by Chris Brown and Kate Fenner from the album Geronimo.
Video by Mitch Fillion southernsouls.ca
“Rich Tyo endeavors all things creative including music, art, poetry, collage, photography, performance and literature.” Read more about Rich Tyo (JukeBox County)’s Midnight Magic Rodeo Show, as profiled in the Queen’s University Journal in 2010.
the open hearts society featuring eric schenkman, sarah mcdermott, & chris brown, with anton fier on drums, & aaron comess on percussion…. from the upcoming disc – love in time – produced by emergency recording services. video by eric & sarah © april 15 2010
From the Too Many Sisters – Non Barking Dog album – Recorded at Sirius XM’s The Verge Live in 2009. Too Many Sisters was a duo with Stephen and vocalist/violinist Carla MacNeil
Video and song by Kate Fenner, Canadian singer/songwriter.
Originally Uploaded on Feb 10 2011, this video is from the authorized and professionally produced DVD “A Tribute to Nils Lofgren” recorded live in Rockville, MD on August 25, 2004. The DVD is available from http://www.bandhousegigs.com/Home.html or http://www.nilslofgren.com/ and it includes over 25 songs PLUS the first-ever reunion of Grin, interviews, The Nils Lofgren Day Ceremony, and beautiful concert photos. …
“Whoever Built This Would Never Live Here” – track 5 from Chris Brown and Kate Fenner, “Other People’s Heavens” (℗ 1997, b-music).