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Sunday, April 11, 2010

the silly song! from classical revolution presents cello night at the red poppy art house april 8th 2010


The Silly Song (from Cello Night at the Red Poppy Art House April 8th 2010, presented by Classical Revolution) from joey chang on Vimeo.

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The Silly Song (from Cello Night at the Red Poppy Art House April 8th 2010, presented by Classical Revolution)

CelloJoe made up "The Silly Song" in a friends backyard around a campfire. Since then, it has morphed into a thousand versions.

Versions NOT found in this performance include the constipated version, the farting version, and the James Brown version. However, some versions included in this performance are the laughing version, the Japanese version, and the ancient chinese version.

The video is completely sideways the whole time because a) it's the silly song! b) my sister could only get the shot with the camera sideways.
Enjoy!

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Friday, April 09, 2010

CelloJoe is currently getting ready for a six month musical bicycle tour of Europe called "The Pleasant Revolution World Tour" Five acts on tour by bicycle without vehicle support!

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Monday, April 05, 2010

Playing tonight in Houston! LyricsFromLockdown.com


Hey y'all...if ya got friends in Houston, send them to University of Houston central campus 4800 Calhoun Rd Houston TX 77004 in the Houston Room of University Center Bldg 565 on April 5 2010 at 7 pm.

get more info at lyricsfromlockdown.com

info:
This true story begins when Brooklyn's own Nuyorican Grand Slam Poetry Champion Bryonn Bain ("60 Minutes," "The Village Voice," BET-J's "My Two Cents") is wrongly imprisoned in New York City - while studying law at Harvard. Weaving together the critical and comedic voice of his Caribbean immigrant family and a poet sentenced to Death Row at 17 years old, this dynamic solo performance takes no prisoners as Bain tackles America's unresolved contradiction with a virtuosic sense of humor and lyricism linking the storytelling tradition of the African diaspora and urban America.

Admission complimentary (donations accepted.)

Sunday, April 04, 2010

time signature - a video about richard deutch's sculpture at 1rst and howard SF

I played cello in a movie about Richard Deutch's sculpture called "Time Signature." It's located at 1rst and Howard in San Francisco.

watch the video here

http://richarddeutsch.com/commissioned-projects/foundry-square/film.html

-joey