While we are sitting around not having shows and not sure when we can ever have shows again, we just dug up a little video from the vault (from about one month ago). This one is from a show one month ago- the full band of Melanie A. Davis from Murray, Kentucky came and performed. Today we bring you a video of the band performing the song “I Don’t Really Care, Do You?” Check that out on the player embedded below.
Also check out our youtube page if you are thirsty for more live videos shot at our space and from our earlier Black Sheep years. Or, our vids/pics page has a lot of them listed out as well.
Today we bring you a video of *the* Kate The Band performing at our space, Dumb Records about a week or so ago on the first of the month, February 1st. The video is of the song “Starry Eyes” and you can check it out embedded below. Check out the recorded version of the song right here. Kate Laine *solo* is performing next at our space on Tuesday, February 25th.
Check out more videos and pictures taken at Dumb Records and Black Sheep over the years on our vids/pics page. Or, check out our youtube channel.
Good morning, today we are bringing you a video of Champaign Illinois-based rock group Nectar performing at one of our most recent shows this past weekend. That video is for the band’s song “Fishy” and you can find it embedded on the player below.
Also feel free to check out our youtube channel, or our “vids/pics” page for a long list of videos shot over the years at Black Sheep and Dumb Records.
Happy Wednesday, everyone. We still can’t get over how great our venue space looks right now and how great our last show this past Sunday was. Today we bring you a video that was taken of Chicago-based band Slow Mass, of them performing one of their songs, “Gray Havens.” You can find that video on the player below.
Also check out our vids/pics page for a list of videos taken at our downtown space and plenty from the Black Sheep years.
Maybe we are way late on posting this, but here it is. Way back in May NPR Illinois put on a special “Public Radio Week” at different locations downtown. Part of this included a “Tiny Desk Concert Series” show at Anvil & Forge on Washington Street. Bands that play included Kate The Band (pictured above), Looming, Jeff Williams, and Dexter Anodyne. We’ve got the video from Looming’s set on the player embedded below.
To see videos of all four sets, head on over to the NPR Illinois site right here.
After a good few hours of uploading things and trying to figure out how to get youtube and internets and technology and big files to work these past couple of days, we have finally done it. And just in time for Christmas. We are proud to present…. A Dumb Records Christmas Special! A little over one hour original film put together by the Dumb Records old man or something. Check out the entire film streaming on the player below, or on youtube right here.
We’ll be back with our regular programing tomorrow.
Today we bring you a video from a show that happened at our space over one month ago. On October 14th, we have captured a video of the band Spowder from New Jersey performing one song. Spowder have a lot of songs. Check out that video on the player below.
You can also check out more videos shot at Dumb Records / Black Sheep over the many many years on our vids/pics page. Or head over to our youtube page to check out more. Be sure to “like” and “subscribe” while you are at it.