Music video for Colin Hay's single "Are You Lookin' at Me?".
Colin Hay plays an intimate rendition of "Send Somebody" from his newest album Gathering Mercury (available at www.compassrecords.com) on our back steps. Filmed in Nashville TN.
From the new album, Before the Sun Goes Down, on Compass Records. A wonderful collaboration between Trey and Rob on acoustic guitar and dobro respectively, with a rousing vocal by Trey from the repertoire of the late, great Texas blues guitarist, Stevie Ray Vaughan. I’ve heard Trey do this live on his telecaster and that is something to see and hear–but this acoustic version, with the interplay here with Rob’s dobro, is unique and special.
Title track from the Gibson Brothers new album "They Called It Music." Order the album at http://bit.ly/YXRI8f
Special Consensus perform "Wild Montana Skies" with Claire Lynch. This track can heard on their new album, Country Boy: A Bluegrass Tribute to John Denver, out March 25, 2014 on Compass Records. http://bit.ly/1b32x5u
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Buy Gathering Mercury: http://bit.ly/pDqR7y Official video for Send Somebody from Gathering Mercury, Compass Records/Lazy Eye Director - Chad Fischer Director of Photography - Marty Smith Editor - John Nordstrom Assistant Director - Jeff Rosenthal Producers - Paul Dektor Cast - Colin Hay, Michael Georgiades, Patrick Skelton, Spike, Amelia Dektor, Joee Corso, Chad Fischer
Filmed at Vanderbilt's Blair School of Music, LIVE AT BLAIR showcases the virtuosic Alison Brown Quartet on a riveting set of the group's best-loved compositions. Filmed in HD, recorded in high-end audio and featuring a guest appearance from multi-instrumentalist and David Grisman Quintet alum Joe Craven, this is the GRAMMY-award winning artist's first live DVD recording in a 15 year career that spans eight albums, countless tours, appearances on CBS Sunday Morning, NPR's All Things Considered and in the Wall Street Journal. http://www.youtube.com/user/veritas67 http://theveritasmediagroup.com/ http://theveritasmediagroup.com/
Liz Carroll and John Doyle performing for President Obama at the White House on St. Patrick's Day 2009
"Darker the Night" from the Gibson Brothers 2013 release 'They Called It Music.' Order the album here: http://bit.ly/YXRI8f