Staxx Brothers Concert Films
Band in Seattle Concert 207
Runtime: 47 minThe Staxx Brothers is a high energy American band that they’ve branded as Hard Ass Soul. Led by Davin Stedman, vocalist and songwriter, the band explodes on the stage with an in-your-face appeal to not just stand there, but to join in. Davin is backed up by the Staquelettes, Michelle O’Connor and Angela Rickard, two great vocalists who make you want to dance. The musicians include Chris O’Connor on guitar, Jake Amster, bass and Daniel Nash drums. The Staxx Brothers create simply the most danceable and hip shaking brand of rock & roll to hit the streets since Motown left Detroit.
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Fly Moon Royalty
Runtime: 42 minIn Fly Moon Royalty, soulful vocalist Adra Boo and DJ/Producer/Emcee Action J bleed with all the heart and soul of blues and R&B – combined with modern day electronica and hip hop. Backed up by vocalists Caela Bailey and Taryn Dorsey and 4 dancers led by Xaviera Vandermay, they create an audio and visual treat.
Band in Seattle: Live Debut - Concert 202
Runtime: 41 minPolecat blends multiple genres including bluegrass, country, celtic, rock, reggae and world music. The band with four guys and one lady centers around fiddle player Cayley Schmid. Aaron Guest does lead vocals and 12 string, with Jeremy Elliott lead guitar, Richard Reeves on upright bass and Karl Olson on drums. Polecat creates music that makes you want to get up and dance.
Live at Hangout Music Fest 2014
The Avett Brothers
Runtime: 1 hr 15 minThe Avett Brothers are an American folk rock band from North Carolina. The band is made up of two brothers, Scott Avett and Seth Avett, as well as Bob Crawford (double bass) and Joe Kwon (cello). Mike Marsh (drums), Tania Elizabeth (violin) and Paul Defiglia (keyboard) are touring members of the band, with Kwon featured on recordings from 2007's Emotionalism and later. In this full-length music feature the band takes up the stage at the Hangout Music Fest in 2014 to perform their most beloved hits such as “Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise,” “Down with the Shine, ”Pretty Girl from Chile,” “I and Love and You,” and many more.
Live At the Mountain Jam Festival, Hunter NY
Runtime: 3 hr 8 minWith 2 million paid song downloads through their site MuleTracks, seven critically acclaimed studio records already released, a handful of DVDs and live albums, plus an ever-expanding fanbase and sold-out coast-to-coast tours, Gov't Mule could easily rest on its laurels. Yet when they're one of the hardest working bands in rock history.
Haynes explains, "We want By A Thread to be a surprise, so we've made a point not to play any of them live until our fans can get the full impact of the new material."
The Band Closed off Saturday night at the Mountain Jam Festival with their first show scheduled in 2011. Frontman Warren Haynes promised the crowd a crazy night, and didnt disappoint, leading off with Railroad Boy and Thorazine Shuffle. Mule played a lengthy number of covers in the first set, including ZZ Tops Nasty Dogs And Funky Kings, The Whos Wont Get Fooled Again, and closed the first set with Black Sabbaths War Pigs. The second set also featured several covers, including the lead-off Money and Have a Cigar by Pink Floyd and the Rolling Stones Angie. The highlight of the night was a lengthy 32/20 Blues, which featured Cody Dickinson on electric washboard, Luther Dickinson on guitar, and Hook Herrera on harmonica.
One Big Holiday
My Morning Jacket
Runtime: 31 minOne Big Holiday is a short documentary film about My Morning Jacket and their relationship with their hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. Shot over a period of one week in October 2010, it chronicles the preparations of the band as they readied for a homecoming concert in the newly constructed downtown arena.
Band in Seattle
Runtime: 53 minHammond organist Joe Doria brings together some of the best of the NW music scene to create a powerful and jaw-dropping funk and jazz sound like you’ve never heard. A mix of stellar musicianship, seasoned songwriting and deep groove where no musical stone gets unturned.