If you were at Minglewood Tavern on May 5, you just might be in Brad Byrd‘s new video On My Way Down shot by Hollywood Director Brandon Rose that night. If you can’t remember May 5, perhaps you’re the one dancing, singing the words and pointing in the air at 1:24 seconds into this video.
You may remember our series on Brad’s hit video Zero to the 101 shot by Brandon on St. Pat’s day (here’s some behind the scenes footage of that shoot).
Brad is Allen Estes‘ guest on this week’s Local Music Seen, which premieres tonight at 6:30pm on Cape Ann TV Channel 12. It’s a half hour of excellent music and fascinating dialogue between two of Cape Ann’s best songwriters. Plus you’ll get to hear three songs by Brad and Allen’s new song The Trouble with Me.
When the show is over, you can choose from half a dozen live music venues tonight with music for every taste you could imagine. See the full live music schedule here.
Have you seen the sun today? It’s coming back and will be here in full force soon enough, which is a good reminder to save $12 by getting your tickets now for the Gloucester Blues Festival on Saturday August 11 at Stage Fort Park. See you there!
Doesn’t this quiche look good? You see why I had to take a bite before I got out my phone. It tastes as good as it looks and is one reason why I’m very happy that Atlantis opened their Cafe today!
Peter had the Fish Cakes Benedict.
Wow! Some of the best fish cakes we’ve ever had. Too bad they don’t serve dinner. These would make a super appetizer. Jessica the chef uses a secret ingredient. She wouldn’t let me say what it is, but you could always try to guess. The Atlantis Oceanfront Cafe is now open to the public (you don’t have to be a guest at the hotel) 7 days a week from 7:30-11:00am. I’d recommend going before the season gets crazy busy.
You can work up a good breakfast appetite by dancing tonight and there are plenty of opportunities for that. Peter and I will be at Minglewood to see our friend Brad Byrd with his “A” Band (but we’ll do our best to stay out of the video shoot). Now if you’d prefer to be on camera (see the folks from last time), put on something you want to be photographed in and come on down. Music starts at 9.
But if you’d rather not take the chance on ending up in a video directed by Hollywood’s Brandon Rose, check out the other more anonymous opportunities for dancing in the full music lineup here.
Tomorrow we’ve got a major announcement and a very special Artist of the week (actually 2 in 1). Stay tuned . . .