Friday, June 8, 2012

Artemis Gallery "These Boots Are Made for Walking" May 4th

Karena's boots

Lindsey Phillips models her boots
Anna in hers

Here's the video playlist link above from Artemis Gallery and a few photos from May 4th "These Boots Are Made for Walking" show.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

The 93rd Annual Powhatan County Fair was blessed with great weather all three days, and that added to the attendance. Rockitz provided music on Stage 2, which was right at the front gate on a long and narrow flatbed trailer. Kicking off the music Friday was Chris Branch, who might be the best Neil Young tribute voice in existence, then a great Dead-sounding band formerly known as Nougat, which includes Bruce Miller on bass.   (a video I made with scenes from the fair).
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Tabb Justis
In Laymans Terms

Nitro (featuring singer songwriter Wendy Pace) took the stage with their great originals and covers of Jefferson Airplane and Janis Joplin. Then we had Daddy's Radio with smooth retro covers going back to the 20's, after them came In Laymans Terms, a trio from Williamsburg. They rocked out with a 12-year old female bass player, a brother who's fourteen on guitar, and a mom on drums, plus a fourteen year old drummer who sat in and did muscular Ginger Baker riffs.  Danger Lights contributed original songs with a current rock sound next, and finally excellent r & b vocals and rocking vocals with  Bullets From Oz.

More on the Powhatan Fair coming up, plus Artemis Gallery and much more. 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Beekeeeping Video with David Stover of Urban Backyard Edibles

Here's a video we did of  David Stover in Richmond, Virginia, a local beekeeper who works with Urban Backyard Edibles. Below is a link to a great beekeeping article in Health Journals, a free locally distributed publication. Contact David at and get your own beehive!

David demonstrates the smoker he uses to subdue bees.