A couple years back I had the honor of spending time with the greatest player in the history of Kentucky High School Basketball working on a project for The Sports History Foundation. ‘King’ Kelly Coleman was Kentucky high school’s all-time leading scorer and a living legend in Eastern Kentucky not for just his play on the court but his antics off of it. Check out a great piece from WKYT about Coleman here. He will be missed.
Nashville rockers Goodbye June have released the first video hyping their forthcoming Earache Records release “Community Inn.” You can check out the video here or clicking on the picture below. The band may release up to thirty of the minute-long videos. You can see all of them on their instagram here.
SavingCountryMusic.com, one of the premiere sites for real country music news, has mentioned “Charlie Louvin: Still Rattlin’ The Devil’s Cage” in a recent post about Ethan Hawke’s pursuit to make a movie about The Louvin Brothers. You can read the article here or click on the picture below.
Rolling Stone Country published and article today about Ethan Hawke’s new project about The Louvin Brothers. The article links to the documentary “Charlie Louvin: Still Rattlin’ The Devil’s Cage” which I produced and co-directed. Click on the image below or click here to read the article.
Once again we were out on the farm with Ryan Quarles, Kentucky’s Agriculture Commissioner for Grit Creative. Despite his serious injury early in the week, Mr. Quarles powered through and we have some great stuff for his campaign. Always an honor working with him and his staff.