Ja Rule wants to ANOTHER Fyre Fest?!?!?!?!?
If I were Ja Rule I would never directly associate my name with another festival ever again, and would certainly NEVER use the word “fyre fest”….
…then again the ginourmous BALLS it would take for them to try THAT again would SEEM to indicate they’ve learned from their mistakes, hired more competent people and made sure they can deliver what they promised…….
You would THINK!
That Netflix documentary laid ALL of the blame on that ONE guy,
altho dozens of people around him HAD to know what a farce it all was. if it were me, I would make arrangements with a local hotel, only sell the exact amount of tickets that I have rooms for….. etc… We can assume Ja Rule and his people are doing that….
I think more than half of the people attending would be those owed refunds from last time. They wouldn’t make any money until part 3. IF they pull this off the right way…. God bless ’em!
For anybody who didn’t know:
Fyre Fest was SUPPOSED to be Woodstock for wealthy people.
Fancy accommodations and gourmet food. Approximately 4 THOUSAND DOLLARS a ticket!
But it was so poorly planned and executed, it turns out the mudbath of the 1969 original had better accommodations.
Kno13ody rap video ruff cuts
these are NOT finished videos, they are (very) ruff cuts. First passes.
Soul Tones Live at the LOVE GOAT on the drag in Austin, Texas.
Sat, Jan 26, 2019
This is a shorter ( five minute) version of a longer previous version.
Shot with a Canon G20 and a Canon T3I and edited with Adobe Premiere ( and some After Effects) at mattkprovideo studios.
Executive Produced by Cody Hoopengardner.
Erik Galloway- Sax/vocals/keys
Vincent Lily- trumpet
Sierra Boudoin -Singer
Cody Hoopengardner -guitar
The Rivalry of Brian Wilson and Paul McCartney
To Whom It May, Feb 2, 2019
Galvestons’ To Whom It May perform at the ROCK BOX in San Antonio, Texas, 2 Feb 2019.
Live concert documentary footage shot with a Sony Camcorder,
ROCK BOX video shoot San Antonio
I shot video footage of three bands at the Rock Box in San Antonio, Texas on Feb 1, 2019.
I used a Sony Camcorder. I didn’t use a tripod. I did at times put the camera on the stage and or a ladder to stablize the footage.
Documentary video footage of The Dead Deads Band: