Near Beer- 7th Street Station, Reno Nv. 7/14/22 4K UHD Single Camera Version Henry Clay People

One of my favorite bands over the past 15 years has been Henry Clay People. They put out a slew of great albums, even recording the last one in Sacramento. Near Beer features 2 members from HCP, including Joey Siara on guitar and lead vocals. This was enough to get me (and Anonymous) to drive 2 hours each way on a weeknight to see them play a house show in Reno.
Tim Wainer is a longtime friend who we met through the postcardfromhell email list- he has put on shows at his house for the past 10(?) years. The room is about 12×12- if you want an intimate show, this is the place to be. In fact, Craig Finn from The Hold Steady is playing there soon.
It was great meeting the band- I got to talk to Joey for a bit- and the whole show had a great, laid back, house party vibe. Nice meeting Gia as well- we have a bunch of mutual friends and loved her Request Video cable show when I lived in Whittier in the 90s.
This is 1 camera of 3 that I crammed into that tiny room. I know the drum cam came out ok, I am not sure if I can salvage the Joey Cam. If so, there will be a 3 cam edit of this one.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60 and Rode Videomic Pro Stereo
Degrain in Adobe Premiere Elements and Neat Video

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Globs- Spectre Records, Reno Nv. 5/1/16 Sacramento Punk Charles Albright Bananas pt. 1

I’ve had multiple requests to post this one. I guess there is very little out there by them. Features members of The Banans, Charles Albright, and Little Tents. Sorry about the vocals being nonexistent. The only good video angle was behind the PA. I am trying to get better audio to synch up with the video.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy


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The Freeze- Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor, Reno Nv. 5/1/16 Multicam Boston Punk Hardcore

Boston legends The Freeze ended thri first US tour ever (together almost 40 years, first national tour) in Reno. Since they did not make a stop in Sac or SF, I drove up to Reno. I was able to talk to Clif before the show and that is always a pleasure- he has SO many stories. Anyway, this was an interesting night. Jub Jub’s smaller room (they have 2) has brick walls and a ceiling that is about 30 feet high, which is a live audio recording nightmare. I ask the sound guy for soundboard access, and he points to a little blue light about 15 feet above the bar. “see that? that’s the board. can’t get up there”. So, sorry to say that the audio is pretty bad. You can’t hear vocals for the first part of the show. It’s too bad, because it is a great show and all angles turned out nice. I hope you can enjoy regardless. It sounded just like it did that night… Filmed with 2 Canon HFG30 & 1 HFG10. Audio via rode video pro stereo mic. Thanks to Agelos for the excellent edit work!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, HFG10, Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

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Sicko- The Fallout Shelter, Reno, NV 11/5/94

Man, this is great. We are really getting a lot of people contributing to the archive now. Kirk is now transferring Marty’s masters, I am doing Ken and Cory’s 8mm masters, and people are asking for some of my ancient audiotapes. Good times.

Here’s another one that Marty filmed from 1994. I am really appreciative of these ones, since I lived in L.A. at the time.

Recorded by: Martin Sertich

Transfer by: Kirk Janowiak


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