I’ve been meaning to wrap this up for a couple days and keep forgetting. Here are the last two videos on YouTube that I selected.
Superheroes fun with Flatfoot 56… those planets never had a chance.
Continuing the punk theme… when the power went out across the grounds, it really brought things to a stand-still. But Rodent Emporium didn’t let it stop their fun…they carried on with a generator-powered PA.
…continuing my series of videos from Cornerstone. Two more great moments from Cornerstone 2010 caught on video.
Fantastic show by a classic band. No messing around, just solid song after solid song ending with one of their favorites.
So, I’m pretty much not a hardcore fan… at all. But this was a pretty big event, Norma Jean played a surprise show on a tiny generator stage drawing a big crowd. Our fantastic video team did an amazing job documenting the show.
…continuing my post from yesterday. Two more great moments from Cornerstone 2010 caught on video.
When I saw that Phil Keaggy was booked on the “Jesus Music” day, I assumed it would just be him and his acoustic guitar, which is fun and all, but nothing I hadn’t seen before. But, no, he came with the other members of his 70’s band Glass Harp and rocked it out.
Paper Route is working on a new album and shared a song from the album at Cornerstone