Coming in 2019 – the book becomes an interactive exhibit presented by Charlottesville Center for History & Culture. The exhibit, to be located in City Space on the Downtown Mall, will incorporate the portraits and oral history documented in the book but also reaching beyond with new content, audio, video and more historical photos.
This is a really well-written article about the “Regarding Charlottesville Music” book project in the October 2018 issue of Whurk Magazine.
Here are some photos from the book release party held October 7th at Champion Brewing Company: Photos by Kailee Kelter & Cameron Tarbell.
I did a Q&A about the book with Marina of the band Sweet Afton the other day using questions sent in via social media. Check it out here:
This is a link to a free 25-page preview of my book – re: Charlottesville Music Book Preview. The chapter focuses on Tokyo Rose and is comprised of interviews with Rob Sheffield, Lauren Hoffman, Darius van Arman plus Andy Deane & Tony Lechmanski of Bella Morte. Please donate to the Kickstarter campaign to get the book printed.
Wonky Tonk self-released the latest video I shot, edited and directed with her. It was an experiment in black water and a step out of her own heavy darkness.