The Wood Brothers joined us for a session up at Bridal Veil Falls on the Sunday evening of the Ride Festival. A brilliant sunset lit up the valley below as the band put on an epic 3 song performance. This is a track off their new album 'Muse'. Static Sessions feature one song performed in one take, shot with one camera.
Song • "Who the Devil"
Album • 'Muse'
Artists • The Wood Brothers / Oliver Wood-guitar • Chris Wood-bass • Jano Rix-shuitar thewoodbrothers.com
Shook Twins Laurie and Katelyn Shook played the Sheridan Bar for the first episode of the Static Sessions. Artists perform two songs in an empty room, one take, one camera.
Artists • Laurie and Katelyn Shook - shooktwins.com
Song • Growing Things
Camera • Brett Schreckengost
Audio • Barrett Miller
Recorded • Saturday January 4, 2014
100% GoPro edit of the Durango Blues Train from May 2014. The ‘moving’ musical experience features six live Blues acts, while passengers travel aboard The historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s coal-fired, steam-powered train through the spectacular canyons of Colorado’s San Juan National Forest. durangobluestrain.com
Directed and Edited by Brett Schreckengost
Sound Engineer - Barrett Miller
Camera Intern - Patrick Shehan
The Birds of Chicago performed a few songs for us during the Sheridan Opera House Americana Festival this July. Traveling with a 6 month old newborn Allison Russell and JT Nero and the band still found the time to pull off an amazing session with us on top of Coonskin Ridge at 10,500'.
I worked with Rolling Stone photographer Jamse Minchin III back in 2011 during the Telluride Bluegrass festival. We followed Mumford & Sons around town for three days and ran into their friends Matthew and the Atlas along the way. They came out to Ophir for a visit and played a few songs in my backyard.