Top 10 Cornerstone 2011 YouTube moments – Part 5

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.

Top 10 Cornerstone 2011 YouTube Moments – Part 4

…continuing my series of videos from Cornerstone. Two more great moments from Cornerstone 2010 caught on video.

Daniel Amos
Fantastic show by a classic band. No messing around, just solid song after solid song ending with one of their favorites.

Norma Jean
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.

Top 10 Cornerstone 2011 YouTube Moments – Part 3

…continuing my series of videos from Cornerstone. Two more great moments from Cornerstone 2010 caught on video.

Deas Vail
Spoken word artist Dan Smith of Listener joins the band on stage for a song. I guess Henry Rollins made it cool….

Lauren Mann and The Fairly Odd Folk
One of our own photographers came to Cornerstone with his wife their new band for their first appearance at Cornerstone and played a nice, pleasant show.

Top 10 Cornerstone 2011 YouTube Moments – Part 2

…continuing my post from yesterday. Two more great moments from Cornerstone 2010 caught on video.

Phil Keaggy
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
Paper Route is working on a new album and shared a song from the album at Cornerstone

Top 10 Cornerstone 2011 YouTube Moments

I kept thinking I’d write something up about my grandmother’s funeral, but the words just haven’t coalesed into anything good. In some ways, I feel like I’ve already grieved her passing. Maybe when the wound isn’t so raw. In the meantime, let’s talk about something fun.

Cornrestone is now a month in the rear-view mirror and that’s given time for amateur videographers to load up their videos to YouTube. Some are done by people in the crowd with cheap little cameras, some are done by more professional documenters, and some are done by our fantastic staff at Corerstone. Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on the festival, I thought I’d share 10 of my favorite moments from the festival that have been captured on video. I’ll be sharing two a day for the next five days. These aren’t in order or anything, just 10 great videos.

Campbell The Band

Bonus video: One of the most fun events at the festival:

P.O.D.
Really surprised at the huge crowd that showed up for their show. They pretty just did everything off of Satellite, but I guess that’s what the people wanted.