What an evening we had in Coeur d’ Alene tonight recording “The Rub” (and a very talented opening act, Eric Hendersen)! We had a beautiful backdrop at McEuen Park right by the lake, along with an enthusiastic crowd who danced and sang along with the band. These guys are not only very accomplished musicians, they’re entertainers who know how to work a crowd. We look forward to sharing it with you in the coming weeks on our YouTube channel.
We had a fun night at the Red Lion Hotel at Riverfront Park June 24, listening to the harmonies of the SPARE PARTS BAND. These guys have amazing harmonies and play music ranging from Classic Acoustic Rock to Motown, James Taylor to old Country. We’re going to make a promo featuring short pieces of songs from that night, but for now check out part of “American Pie.”
We finally have some edited video to share with you! We took our cameras out to Bloomsday and captured a sampling of what the racers and spectators experienced. Hope you enjoy…
What a beautiful day for Bloomsday! We took a three cameras out to capture a little video from Doomsday Hill to the intersection of Broadway and Ash. And being the music-lovers we are, you’ll see (and hear) a few musical samplings from entertainers we encountered along the way. Stay tuned…
Fans came and danced the night away to incredible music performed by local artists Karrie O’Neill, Elijah Friese performing with the Tufnel’s and Sammy Eubanks, and we were honored and thrilled to capture it on video! We’ll post highlights as soon as we can.
The most inspiring part of the evening was watching Elijah take the stage. Elijah is 15 years-old and touched by autism but you couldn’t tell at the Tribute Festival! He came alive on stage singing and playing guitar and for a short span of time you forgot this young man lives with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
This concert helped raise money for the Isaac Foundation whose mission is to help families touched by autism. Please check out their website by clicking the link above to learn more.
Maxie Ray Mills and Steve Sackett entertained patrons at the Brews on Barker Bistro April 1 with the Oregon – North Carolina men’s basketball game as a backdrop. Curt Rein and Sue Eller captured the performance and Curt Rein edited Mills and Sackett.
There was good rockin’ Tuesday night (March 28) at the Big Dipper in Spokane. Local band The B Radicals opened for national touring group The Werks. Watch this page for a video link coming soon.
Next up for Rein Video will be the Isaac Tribute April 22 at the Knitting Factory. For tickets or more info about the event, visit the Isaac Foundation website’s page on the Isaac Tribute Music Festival.