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Past meets present

We are happy to say that we have grown past the out of focus shots, and tin can audio, but we look back with nostalgia on the days that gave us our start, knowing we would not be here if it were not for there. 

Where there is music, we will always be, and where there is film there is a soundtrack that evokes a core piece of our hearts.

Here are a few that inspired us along the way. 

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Our constant

1977,  The Fleetwood Mac album ‘Rumours’ went to No. 1 on the US album chart. It went on to win a grammy in 1978 and later sell over 45 million copies.

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Fleetwood Mac was formed in 1967 in London when Peter Green; (the guitarist who replaced Eric Clapton in the British blues band John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers) asked Mick Fleetwood to come in as drummer. The band took on many changes over the coming years as Fleetwood and John McVie combined talents with other musicians. It wasn’t until 1969 that Christine Perfect who was married to bassist John McVie made her first appearance with the band as Christine McVie. Together the existing band members went through some legal turmoil with their name and struggled to find their core. Changes were constant and Fleetwood began scouting a guitar replacement for the band. While Fleetwood was in Van Nuys, California someone played him a track titled ‘Frozen Love’ from a band called ‘Buckingham Nicks’.  Fleetwood liked it and was introduced to the guitarist from the band Lindsey Buckingham. Coincidentally on the day he was hearing the track at Sound City Studios, Buckingham was there recording some demos. Fleetwood soon asked him to join. Buckingham agreed on the condition that his musical partner and girlfriend also become part of the band; Fleetwood agreed. Buckingham and Nicks joined the band on New Year’s Eve 1974.

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Ruffled sass.

Shot in Palm Springs, California for Lululemon Ambassador and Golf Professional: Hannah Dirksen

Letting the subject naturally move in and out of a shot is key in cinematography. The same goes for fabric, a signature style of mine is letting the fabric flow and speak for itself. I always aim to add this texture and depth to film.

The song is, “Shameless” by Lissie. The backstory is remaining natural and not conforming to society’s beauty standards.

I hope women will always encourage their girls to be part of a sport. It keeps you busy, teaches you about respecting your body, and gives you a place to fit in.

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Riley Etheridge Jr. – New York City

Riley Etheridge Jr. / Americana Roots / Rock Ridge Music

“I really cherish my relationship with the fans. I remember a gig in North Carolina. During the third or fourth song people came down from their seats and danced. It just lifted all of us up, it was fun, and I realized a new way I could connect with people.”

Name:  Riley Etheridge Jr.

Where are you writing this:  Battery Park City, New York

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 1. Home is where your story begins, please tell us a little about yours.

Home is now NYC- but my heart still thinks of South Carolina, Louisiana and California as home because of the meaningful periods of my life I spent in each location.

 

2. How would you best define your musical style?

Americana

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