A great demonstration of musical talent took place at The Square Room here in Knoxville this evening. It’s really fun seeing these people getting better and better at what they do.
“Met a lot of people but never knew them. Bought a lot of things and never used them.”
– Stephen Gordon
Listen to/purchase the song here.
Just saw Josh Garrels live at the Camp House in Chattanooga. Loved his show. Only wish he had played a few more. I guess I’ll just have to come see him again when he comes back this way!
My sisters and I got together one Saturday morning month or so ago to try and get some Christmas tunes recorded. It was hard for all three of us because we can be perfectionists, and this EP is far from perfect. Nevertheless, we’ve decided to blast it out there for your enjoyment. So enjoy, and feel free to spread the word!
Josh Garrels’s take on love. Really dig this.
A music video I helped shoot in my parents home of my sisters and their friends. It was a jolly good time. We shot with two Canon 7Ds + a Canon 60D. We used my homemade dolly for a few of the shots. Elisa Platillero did an excellent job with the edit.
November 4th. You’re going to want to be at Remedy Coffee in the old city. Cereus Bright (featuring my sister) will be performing. Scott Johnson will open the show, to be followed by Jordan Bernardini, the illusionist. Artwork and photography will be exhibited by some of Knoxville’s finest (if I do say so myself, and I do).
- Brittany Fray
- David Angel (that’s me!!)
- Rebekah Angel (that’s another sister!)
- Erin Grimson
- Abbie Holt
I’m pumped about this for all sorts of reasons. It’s a bit of a family affair, and it looks like there will be a ton of inspiring work to peruse.
Friday, November 4 · 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Here’s a little something I threw together this evening. I’ve been messing around with that silly chord progression for a while. Anyhow, Grace truly is amazing. Learn more about the song, and it’s author, John Newton, here.