The Coverups- 40th Street Block Party, Oakland Ca. 7/20/19 4k UHD Live Panasonic GH5S Green Day

OK, thanks to the community who informed me that I need to add a color LUT to my GH5S in order for the color to look right in the future. On a side note, OMG why is this so complicated?
I went ahead and color corrected this one in Adobe Premiere. Sorry for the multiple uploads- 1 more (2 camera) version is forthcoming.

The Coverups are a cover band consisting of:
Billie Joe Armstrong- Guitar/Vocals
Mike Dirnt- Guitar/Vocals
Jason White- Guitar/Vocals
Bill Schneider- Bass
Chris Dugan- Drums

Huge thanks to Frank Yeeann Chan for yelling over to me when I was walking by, and letting me hang out with him- it turned out to be a pretty nice place to video.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic GH5S, Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 II ASPH Lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

 

Live Concert Video

Paper Dolls- 40th Street Block Party, Oakland Ca. 7/20/19 Live Color Corrected Panasonic GH5S Rode

So I was stuck in horrendous traffic from Sacramento to Oakland when I was trying to get to the block party. I thought I left in PLENTY of time to see Sarchasm play at noon, but I sat in traffic for over an hour by vacaville. I get to the front of the slowdown and discover that they closed a lane to trim bushes. On a goddamn saturday morning. WHAT THE HELL CALTRANS?

Anyway, I missed Sarchasm. I also missed Destroy Boys as they played at the same time as our 924 Gilman board meeting. So, only this and Coverups. These guys were pretty good- east bay pop punk.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Panasonic GH5S, Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 II ASPH Lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

Live Performance

The Coverups- 40th Street Block Party, Oakland Ca. 7/20/19 HD Live Multicamera Green Day

OK, this is the last version of The Coverups block party that I plan to post. It is a multicamera edit which consists of the GH5S color corrected angle + a Canon HF G40 that I mounted to a tree. The tree was flimsy and dropped a bunch of crap all over me when I mounted it. Glad the tree remained standing- you can see it bouncing a bit in the video. We also used a different audio source from the tree mount. Sounds a bit better.
The Coverups are a cover band consisting of:
Billie Joe Armstrong- Guitar/Vocals
Mike Dirnt- Guitar/Vocals
Jason White- Guitar/Vocals
Bill Schneider- Bass
Chris Dugan- Drums

Huge thanks to Frank Yeeann Chan for yelling over to me when I was walking by, and letting me hang out with him- it turned out to be a pretty nice place to video.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic GH5S, Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 II ASPH Lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo + Canon HF G40 w/Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

Edit by: Tromster

Live Concert Video

The Longshot- Golden Bull, Oakland Ca. 6/7/19 Live Multicam Green Day

So much to say about this one. It was pretty packed at the Golden Bull, but they got a new stage setup and the sightlines were still pretty decent. This was a guerilla multicam- I wish I could ask permission (and get a gopro on the drummer) but Billie Joe never appears until it is time to walk onstage. So 3 cameras it is.
HUGE thanks to Dan Hague for the help with filming. He handles 1 G40 on a monopod, and I did the other one. Plonk a gopro on the corner of the stage and we are all set. Another HUGE thanks to Tromster for the edit.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Daniel Hague
Equipment used: Canon HFG40 x2, Gopro Hero 4 Silver
Audio: Rode Videomic Pro Stereo
Edit: Tromster

Live Concert Video

No Statik- 1234 Go! Records, Oakland Ca. 2/9/19 Multicam w/KILLTHATCAT

So this was day 3 of a crazy 3 show run in 3 days, with the night before being another trip to SF in the middle of a storm. So I was running on fumes. I had hoped to go to Bottom of the Hill to see the Undead after this, but there was no way.

I still can’t believe they book Infest at 1234 Go! Records. It was so packed and there were huge drops of sweat dripping off the ceiling. I was record shopping right before this set so I got stuck in the back of the room. It made for kind of a crappy G40 monopod angle, but it sounds great!

This was No Statik’s last show ever. The lead singer shoved me off stage while I was trying to set up a gopro behind the drummer. Haha, sorry for being in the way. Thanks to Daniel Hague (Killthatcat) for taking my angles and mixing them with his for a 3 camera multicam. It is chaotic, but that is how the show was.

Recorded by: Daniel Hague & Shayne Stacy

Equipment used: Canon HFG40 w/Rode Videomic Pro Stereo, Gopro hero4 silver, Dan’s camera

Gopro brightened/denoised in Premiere Elements w/neat noise reduction.

Edit by: Daniel Hague

Live Concert Video

Agnostic Front- Metro, Oakland Ca 10/3/18 Multicamera with Rode

After all these years, I had never seen Agnostic Front. They played last month at the Metro so I rolled out with Eric Marias. It was a good show- they played all of the classic songs you’d expect plus their best newer ones. It’s nice when a band knows the songs that people want to hear and they play ALL of them.
Stick with the video- the audio gets better after about 10min and the gopro by the guitar gets readjusted about 10-15min in.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Daniel Hague(Thanks Dan!)
Equipment used: Canon HFG40 x2, Gopro Hero4 silver x3, 2 Rode Videomic Pro Stereo
Edit by: Tromster (thanks!)

Live Concert Video