Monday, August 29, 2011

Even more video from the OSC

Reed has finished up editing some video footage from our show this past August at the Darden Theatre.I added some additional credits and graphics...we are good to go!
The footage is from the 1st 1/2 of the show's improv jam.
Reed's wonderful wife Susan and incredible supporter of BLaH was on hand to do some videography.
Our sound guy and lighting sage Herb Palmer delivered on all cylinders as usual.
And Orlando Science Center's Angela Van Gelder was the most gracious host and her team did a fantastic job promoting the event.
More footage to come!

Monday, August 22, 2011

BLaH at the 11th Annual Deland Original Music Festival

As Deland gets ready to once again host the South East's biggest original music festival in the South East,music lovers all along the Eastern Seaboard are getting excited.And BLah is getting geared up as well!
Held at a variety of venues and stages throughout downtown Deland,FL,the festival has been at it since November of 2000 and shows no signs of slowing down.
BLah will be performing at a venue to be announced at a later date. Keep your eyes on this page!

Friday, August 12, 2011

Videos and such...

Here's some video from our appearance at the Orlando Science Center's Darden Theatre during our "The Chapman Stick:Guitar or...What?" presentation.
The 1st 2 videos are single angle but the event was shot with 3 cameras. Reed is working on putting together a short film edited with footage from our rehearsals and other surprises. For now,enjoy these short edits.

The 3rd video is a 3 angle shot mixed in with some video effect fun by Reed.

Monday, August 8, 2011

BLaH at the Orlando Science Center:A hit!!!!

What a great turn out we had this past Saturday at the Orlando Science Center's Darden Theatre for our "The Chapman Stick®:Guitar or...What?" clinic/performance.
We started the show with a preview of film maker Dan Chapman's documentary entitled "Emmett". A labor of love,the filme chronicles the evolution of a musical phenomenon,it's players,the music,the technique,and of course it's inventor Emmett Chapman.
We will be posting plenty of pics and video.In the meantime,fellow Stickist Randy Pytel shot some footage on his cell phone for us.The audio is a bit distorted,he warns,but we are extremely grateful for the documentation!