Lets get caught up, shall we?
We have been very busy working on the next few videos. Here is a behind the scenes video from the making of “Falling Down” which is coming very soon… very soon!!! Like final stages time.
Plus, we had a very successful program and performance with the students of Miller South! The production will air on Western Reserve PBS on 4/3/17 at 9pm. Set your DVR’s for that one!!
Angie was just secured an endorsement deal with CAD Audio! So that’s amazing. AND, she will be touring in support of the film Blood on the Mountain, along with an amazing list of national other artists!!
So many things… stay tuned! To stay up to date be sure to like our page on facebook
The very next video in the series, will be ‘Follow’, which is a very fun, fanciful romp that reminds us that we believed anything was possible when we were children! We believed that we were filled with magic, but because of the fears and insecurities around us and conditions of our environment as we grow, we often lose sight of our limitless, magical selves. This song elaborates on finding that magic and hope to believe in dreams again as adults; and once we do, may we only encourage and instill that in 0ur youth. For Angie, this belief and hope and clinging to a dream never ceased to exist. This video is a representation of what she felt as a child, and what she believes most children experience. This kind of spirit and energy even through the next few stages of this journey that touch on some darker experiences, remained prominent within her and kept her hopeful. It was this kind of joy and light that saved her; and it’s this joy and light that she wants to remind people to plant and help grow within themselves and every child so that we all have this place to return to and believe in even when things become difficult and feel impossible. We are excited to to share this uplifting and hopeful video with everyone, so stay tuned!
The next video (the third in the series) ‘Gingerbread Man’, Angie digs into her story a little deeper. She shares some darker and more difficult experiences from her childhood. It is a powerful and gripping video. It is a two part-song in the vein of Dylan or Freddie Mercury, that tells a story, and reminds us that we can find peace when we learn to embrace and allow ourselves to feel what may often even be uncomfortable with, so that we can finally be free and let go. It is a video that will pull you, but nonetheless empower all who watch it! Brace yourself!
-ang and todd