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Biram Video on DVD

Scott H Biram's balls-out video to "Hit The Road" can be found on the DVD Bloodied But Unbowed. This DVD features 31 videos and live performances from the likes of Ryan Adams, Bobby Bare Jr, Deadstring Brothers, Detroit Cobras, Graham Parker, Old 97s, and the Waco Brothers, 8 short films with appearances and performances by Split Lip Rayfield, Neko Case, Kelly Hogan, The Meat Purveyors and others, plus a photo and poster gallery .

Interview With Biram About His Musical Tastes did a great interview with Scott you can watch about his love of metal and other musical influences.  He tells it better than we ever can.

There's also some primo footage of him performing at Riley's Tavern. Looky here.

Story and video behind the song "Overtown"

The story behind the video for the song "Overtown"---the song about the riots in the early 80's, and then watch the video itself. Go here.

The Silos Live Video from Germany

Check out this great video of The Silos performing "Behind Me Now" off Come On Like The Fast Lane live in Germany!

Live Footage of Bobby in Seattle on Youtube

One of Bobby's fans (user name sdschenck) just posted some great footage of him playing in Seattle recently. To see him playing songs off the new album live, check out these clips:

Demon Valley

Uh Woh Woh

Stop Crying

Ben Weaver Twangs the Ukelele for Belgian Blog

Belgian blog Frontstage offers some great candid footage of Ben Weaver plucking away on the ukelele and performing songs off The Ax in the Oak in remarkably stripped-down fashion. Take a look at the video here.

Paul Burch Handcranked Live Video

Paul Burch's music often reaches back into the past, so it seems perfectly natural to see him live on hand-crank film, even if we're living in the Millenial age. Don't miss this very cool video of Paul playing "I Will Wait For You" at the Americana Music Festival, filmed on hand wound 16mm film:

The Meat Purveyors vs. Dubya

It's not too surprising that the Meat Purveyors are less than enthusiastic about our fearless (or is that fearsome) leader, though it's hard to discern whether or not Dubya was the inspiration for their "screw you" anthem "Look On Your Face" off their latest, Someday Soon Things Will Be Much Worse!

Leave it to a trusty Youtuber by the screen-name "Iburl" to make the connection and create a hysterical homemade video to "Look On Your Face" featuring shots of some of Dubya's finest moments! To check out the video, click here.

Live Footage of Mark Pickerel

Snake in the Radio live at the Hiro Ballroom from his 2006 tour with Robyn Hitchcock! To view the video, click on the viewer below or go here. Thanks to Yaffa Grinblatt for filming and posting the video!


Jonathan Lethem and Walter Salas-Humara talk I'm Not Jim on YouTube

Check out an exclusive Youtube interview with The Silos' Walter Salas-Humara and Fortress of Solitude author Jonathan Lethem as they speak about their new Bloodshot project, I'm Not Jim. The experimental rock and spoken word album is the first collaboration for the pair, as they are joined by production dynamos The Elegant Too.



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