This is footage of a F4U, a P-47, a P-51, a B-25 and a Zero Replica at an Airshow outside of Nashville in 2004. I shot the footage on a 16mm Bell & Howell Filmo. Footage is (c) 2004 SGB Productions. Check out myspace.com/visualimagemarketing for more information.
I shot this 16mm film footage of the B-17 909 operated by the Collings Foundation in Stow, VT. I had arrived at the airport at daybreak and the sun was coming up as I started filming. I shot this with an old Bell & Howell Filmo and some outdated Color film.
This is some additional footage that I took of this video on the same day. It was raining really hard at times and I took the time while standing under the wing & fuselage to shoot additional footage. I was also allowed inside to film. The black & white footage was shot on some very old B&W stock. Gave the images a very different look. The Huey Cobra helicopter was flying over the airfield and when it saw the B-17, they came down and took a closer look, hovering just over the runway. The projector I shot the DV file from is an old kodak and I had to continually adjust the film speed to make sure the darker bar didn't cross the image more than it did. Thanks for looking and for sharing.
This was shot on an old Bell & Howell Filmo and an old Keystone A-12 Movie camera.
soulcircuscowboys.com - After years of being a local crowd-pleasing favorite, Soul Circus Cowboys are offering their flavor of bold southern rock to audiences everywhere.
Lead singer and songwriter Billy McKnight is no stranger to the music industry, having had national success as an independent artist. In search of a new project, he teamed up with producer Henry Paul, best known for his roles in southern rock bands Blackhawk and The Outlaws. McKnight made frequent trips to Nashville from his home in the Tampa Bay area for songwriting sessions with Paul.
Armed with new material from these sessions, McKnight brought together the best musicians Florida had to offer: lead guitarist Johnny Chromatic, bassist Jason Gaines, and drummer Jason Alfano. “I love the camaraderie I’ve got working with this band,” McKnight says, "Their varied influences and years of experience create a sound and energy all their own."
The band’s debut album, “Love’s Like A Rodeo,” is a larger-than-life country-rock compilation that demonstrates the band's energy and dynamic range perfectly. But SCC also connects with their audience on a deeper level. “We are a musical band with real stories,” McKnight states, "Those experiences are reflected in every lyric, from their up-tempo songs to deeply personal ballads."
Soul Circus Cowboys will be releasing their debut Single "Lay it Down", produced by Henry Paul and Dale Oliver, in the first quarter of 2012. Along with the audio release, the band has also shot their first official video produced by Chuck Jones and Keech Rainwater.
In the meantime, they have a jam-packed tour schedule. McKnight and the band look forward to bringing their music to fans all over the country. “What I’m most excited about is knowing SCC will bring the masses together,” says McKnight. Their electrifying performances and onstage charisma and are sure to do just that.
Tommysteeleband.com - Tommy Steele is just as comfortable playing before 50 people as he is performing in front of 50,000, and he's done quite a bit of both over the last few years. In 2011 the Michigan native opened for Big & Rich at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan and performed at CMA Music Festival in Nashville. He's shared stages with megastars like Leann Rimes, Gretchen Wilson and Dwight Yoakam, and entertained at venues ranging from intimate nightclubs to large festivals.
With a distinctive and immediately identifiable sound, Steele's music is a blend of influences that brings together the edgy musicianship and rocked-out passion of early Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, with the raw, sparse, lyrical sense of Springsteen.