Mean Jeans- Goldfield Trading Post, Roseville Ca 4/17/22 4K UHD Lumix GH5S and DPA 4061 Mics Punk

This is the reason why I headed to Goldfield on Easter- to see one of my favorite bands. It was so nice to see them play for a (relatively) big audience who appreciated their music. This is the best reaction I have seen to an opening band in years. Hard to tell if most of the crowd knew the band, or were just reacting to the greatness as they heard it for the first time.
This is just one angle of 4- we still need to get this one enhanced and edited together- consider this raw footage. As usual, a couple of things went wrong. First of all, I forgot 1 tiny adapter that would allow me to plug into the mixing board. I brought 50 other tiny things to make everything work, but that one thing… nope. Also, the rowdy crowd grabbed my gopro that I had focused on Jeans Wilder(drummer) and ended up setting it on stage, turned the wrong way. So much for the drum cam.
Still a great show. Best I have ever seen them. Glad they are finally getting the props they deserve here in sac.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic Lumix GH5S, Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens
Audio equipment: DPA 4061 mics and Church Audio 9200 preamp.

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Mean Jeans- Goldfield Trading Post, Roseville Ca. 4/17/22 4K UHD Multicam

I posted the main angle of this one right after the show, but here is the full 4 camera edit. The funny thing was that I thought that the drum camera angle would be ruined after some over enthusiastic fans picked it up and placed it on stage, but it still worked pretty well! But seriously, please don’t touch the cameras. Thanks to the security guy for putting it back even better than before.

This is the reason why I headed to Goldfield on Easter- to see one of my favorite bands. It was so nice to see them play for a (relatively) big audience who appreciated their music. This is the best reaction I have seen to an opening band in years. Hard to tell if most of the crowd knew the band, or were just reacting to the greatness as they heard it for the first time.
This is just one angle of 4- we still need to get this one enhanced and edited together- consider this raw footage. As usual, a couple of things went wrong. First of all, I forgot 1 tiny adapter that would allow me to plug into the mixing board. I brought 50 other tiny things to make everything work, but that one thing… nope. Also, the rowdy crowd grabbed my gopro that I had focused on Jeans Wilder(drummer) and ended up setting it on stage, turned the wrong way. So much for the drum cam.
Still a great show. Best I have ever seen them. Glad they are finally getting the props they deserve here in sac.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic Lumix GH5S, Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens; Gopro Hero 5 Black x3.
Audio equipment: DPA 4061 mics and Church Audio 9200 preamp.

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The Chats- Goldfield Trading Post, Roseville Ca 4/17/22 4K UHD Lumix GH5S and DPA 4061 Mics Punk

This was my first time at Goldfield Roseville. I figured that it was not going to sound very good with the layout being “wide and narrow” along with the brick walls, but it sounded amazingly good in there.
I have been in my “old man punk” bubble for too long. I forgot how a good young punk band can make kids go apesh*t. What a show! I was blown away at the band’s, and the crowd’s energy. I tried to start filming the show from the same spot as I did for the Mean Jeans, but the crowd was just too crazy, even with my using a big support pole as a shield. I had to move back. You can tell how big of a difference it makes to those 4061 mics when you move away from the PA. Still good, but not as powerful.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic Lumix GH5S, Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens
Audio equipment: DPA 4061 mics and Church Audio 9200 preamp.

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Lydia Loveless- Goldfield Trading Post, Sacramento Ca 10/30/21 4K UHD Lumix GH5S Americana

Lydia came through town last weekend in what was supposedly a “co-headlining” tour with Lily Hiatt… but it was pretty clear that Lydia had an opening length set and she played first. I forgot my monopod so I shot this by hand and skipped Lily’s set because I am old, it was too loud and my shoulder hurt after holding this damned thing in the air for 45min. Get off my lawn.
The set was good, but definitely lacking the energy they had when I saw them open for DBT in 2016. Maybe it was due to having no drummer… or maybe it was due to not having the Cliff Burton of americana, Ben Lamb, in the band now. Dunno.
Thanks to Anonymous for the free ticket and the ride to the show. I could fight the halloween pub crawl bros to enjoy an extra beer.
Thanks to Brian for taking risks that sometimes don’t pay off to keep bringing great music to town.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic Lumix GH5S, Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens, Rode Video Mic Pro stereo

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