In case you haven’t heard, the fundraising campaign on Kickstarter.com to pay for completion of Troubadour Blues has reached its goal of $12,000. Many thanks to all who showed support, monetarily and otherwise.
So, what comes next?[ Read More → ]
Peter Case tells the strange tale of the night he went on a midnight tour of George W. Bush’s Oval Office — led by an agent of U.S. Homeland Security — in this outtake from the “Troubadour Blues” documentary. Peter tells the story to a hometown crowd at Mohawk Place in Buffalo, NY, shortly after the incident happened in 2003. Captures the sense of paranoia that a lot of people had during the height of the Bush “war on terror.”[ Read More → ]
I’ve been too busy lately to dip into the vault for another outtake, so here’s Peter Case again, performing a great version of Leadbelly’s “Thirty Days In The Workhouse” last November for the Mountain Stage radio show in West Virginia.
With all due respect to the Music Fog folks down in Nashville (who do very nice studio-style videos), I think there’s nothing better than a live performance in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd. After watching this, I think you’ll agree.[ Read More → ]
Between now and May 31, I’m trying to raise $12,000 on Kickstarter.com to pay for music rights and audio/video mastering and finally get this film released. Here’s a short video that I made for the campaign.
If you’ve never participated in a Kickstarter campaign before, here’s how it works: go to my project page and click the green button for “Make a Pledge.”[ Read More → ]