The Hajj- Blue Lamp, Sacramento 1/9/19 Canon HFG40 Rode Master Live Video

Here is The Hajj’s set- they opened the Radolescents West Coast tour. Interesting band- 2 members- guitar and drums only. They play that OC sounding punk but thrasier than most. These guys are Rikk’s pet project it seems, so you can expect an album soon. I tried to find their music online and it was not easy to find anythig substantial.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

Live Concert Video

Radolescents- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 1/9/19 Live Multicam Adolescents

For the uninitiated, The Radolescents are Rikk Agnew(original Adolescents guitarist/songwriter), Casey Royer(Original Adolescents Drummer), Frank Agnew Jr on vocals (who sounds more like Blue Album Tony than Tony does now), John O’donovan on 2nd guitar & Freddie Hajj on Bass.
The lighting was super uneven- I decided to brighten the angles even though it made John glow like a guitar playing ghost. Casey also has a cymbal over his face. Oh well, I still like it and the board tape sounds good. Thanks AJ.
Thanks also to Gabi & Ben for bringing them to town.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: Canon HFG40 x2, Gopro Hero4 Silver
Edit by: Tromster
Audio Mix: Andrew Scott

Live Concert Video

Zero Effect- Blue Lamp, Sacramento 12/1/18 Canon HFG40 Live Double Nickel

Zero Effect (fka Double Nickel) features Davie(Dave Wiseman) from Santa Rosa punk band Ashtray- they opened for The Faction & Boneshavers on Saturday night. I think Davey mentioned that this may have been their first show. I missed the first song because I was screwing around and talking to friends. Sorry about that.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Video Pro Stereo mic

Live Concert Video

The Boneshavers- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 12/1/18 Live Canon HFG40

Also opening the Faction show was The Boneshavers. They played with the Faction back in the 1980s(the flyer and backdrop for the show came from a 1980s concert flyer featuring both bands), and seem to be playing occasional shows now.
They describe themselves a Psychobilly, and their album was produced by Ray Stevens.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

 

Live Concert Video