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STONE'S SUMMER JAM - 2018
STONE'S SUMMER JAM (2018) Held At Carkeek Park July 29, 2018 Video Produced By Black Dahlia Films. Stone’s Summer Jam is a benefit to raise money for Food Lifeline . This year's benefit included performances by Freedom, El' Steiner, and Hell's Belles. For more Info: www.foodlifeline.org www.stonessummerjam.com
Christmas at the Dump-2016
Christmas at the Dump provides less fortunate children in Puerto Vallarta with toys, food, and clothing at Christmas. It is part of a larger project called "Feed the Children Vallarta" Your donations will be used to buy gifts for the children at Christmas so that every child can receive at least one gift. Donations from the U.S. are tax deductible and can be made at www.casajojofoundation.org Shot and Edited by Black Dahlia Films.
THE MISSIONARY POSITION- DVD TEASER
It's not every day that one thinks of The Doors, Morphine and George Clinton when describing a band. Moody and ambient, smooth yet edgy, funky with a nasty sense of humor -- that's an unlikely mix, and a lot for one act to carry off. But that's exactly what The Missionary Position does. All of that, and they bring the rock. This 6-song Live DVD features songs from the band's two releases "Diamonds in a Dead Sky" and "Consequences."
THE MOVING SIDEWALKS PROJECT- SPEC TEASER
The Moving Sidewalks was a American psychedelic blues-rock band, most notable for giving future ZZ Top guitarist, Billy Gibbons, his start in the music business. The band consisted of Gibbons on guitar, Don Summers on bass, Dan Mitchell on drums and Tom Moore on keyboards. Gibbons founded the Texas psychedelic group in the mid-1960s and quickly drew a large following, especially among the Houston "teen scene". They recorded several singles and one full-length album, Flash. Their single "99th Floor" was well received and topped the charts at No. 1 in Houston for six weeks. The success of this record led the Sidewalks to sign with Wand Records which then released "Need Me", also a Top 10 Hit for the band. The group was asked to open for many rock tours, including Jimi Hendrix and The Doors.
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