Sewer Trout Experience- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 5/11/18

Here’s another appearance by the Sewer Trout Experience. They debuted at The Lookouting last January, and they have played a couple of shows since then. They dont have any regular Sewer Trout members in the band, but Hal does come up and help with burping on occasion.
They were well-received in Sewer Trout’s hometown, which was pretty cool.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Live Concert Video

Cringeworthy- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 5/11/18 Cringer

What a fun night with a killer lineup– a 4 band bill — and I really wanted to see all 4! First up was Cringeworthy. They were billed as a Cringer tribute band, but I think that is a bit harsh- Kamala was in the original band, and she was the drummer for Cringeworthy. Best performance I have seen by them to date.

I got there 1 minute before they started playing. Cutting the whole “being a dad/rock video guy” dichotomy a little close.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Live Concert Video

CHRCH- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 3/30/18 Canon HFG40 Rode VPS Mic

CHRCH has a new album coming out this spring and they debuted some songs at the Blue Lamp last weekend. They sounded great. Eva’s voice was a bit more prominent in the mix and I like it! My friend Jim Utz flew from St. Louis to see this show- it was a great time. I screwed up and forgot my monopod, so the video is a bit shaky and not level. The Canon G40 is a heavy camera- I did my best.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 & Rode video pro stereo mic and NO MONOPOD.

Live Concert Video

T.S.O.L.- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 3/24/18 Canon HFG40 Rove VPS Mic Single Cam Version

I filmed this show with 4 cameras and I would usually wait until that edit was finished before posting… but I know that Gabi is dying to see this show, so here is the single camera version.
A couple things about the video- since I was filming with 4 cameras, this angle is intended to be the close up/roving camera angle. That’s why it is fixed on Jack and Ron quite a bit of the time. It’s meant to be edited with the rest.
Second- The crowd was so crazy that I could not film from my usual spot, so the camera work is a bit sloppier than usual, but my camera was also elevated more so you can see Ron’s guitar most of the time. It’s a good thing I did not film from the cocktail table- I would have been taken out a couple of times. The sound booth(where I was) took a couple of healthy shots.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 and Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic.

Live Concert Video