On her new album Songs for Bright Street, New York-based singer/songwriter Amy Speace demonstrates why she's quickly become one of her adopted hometown's most celebrated emerging artists. Possessing a commanding voice, a distinctive melodic sensibility and an uncanny knack for nailing complex emotions in song, Speace makes music that's both illuminating and effortlessly accessible.
From the rustic rush of "Step Out of the Shade" to the bittersweet lilt of "Water Landing" to the gentle acoustic intimacy of "Two," Songs for Bright Street's 12 original compositions (plus a slyly countrified reading of the Blondie classic "Dreaming") showcase Speace's unique gifts, offering catchy Americana with indelible hooks, sharply observed lyrics and a gritty urban edge. Among those impressed by her sassy songcraft is legendary folk-pop songstress Judy Collins, who chose Songs for Bright Street to release on her new Wildflower label.
Amy Speace has already won a loyal grass-roots fan base, thanks in large part to live performances that merge warmth, humor and emotional immediacy, and to a tireless touring schedule that's already taken her across the United States. She's also won considerable critical acclaim, with The Village Voice observing that Speace is "taking her Americana away from twangy contemplation toward tangy confrontation" and noting that she's "not another of those breathy would-be child poets, but a real singing writer of songs." Time Out New York stated, "Amy Speace plays sweet, twangy folk music with a clear voice and an innocent vulnerability," while The Nashville Scene noted that she "balances wry humor with open-hearted honesty." And renowned Nashville critic Robert K. Oermann, writing in Music Row, dubbed her a "new star."
UNBELIEVABLE!!!! This is my Man of Honor's speech from my wedding on April 28, 2007 in Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Florida. In this magical moment, I seriously felt like my heart was going to explode! It is time to share this unbelievable brilliance with the world! It is a true testament to love, friendship, and catapulting life to new levels of amazing brilliance! Enjoy!
a naruto video with evanescence bring me to life music
Passengers aboard a flight across the Pacific Ocean encounter a supernatural force. In theaters 8/31/12
In 2007, "Alvin and the Chipmunks," a global phenomenon to generations of fans, became a live action/CGI motion picture event with a contemporary comic sensibility. In the holiday season blockbuster, which grossed over $350 million worldwide, songwriter Dave Seville transformed singing chipmunks Alvin, Simon and Theodore into pop sensations -- while the out-of-control trio laid waste to Dave’s home, wreaked havoc on his career, and turned Dave’s once-orderly life upside-down.Before you could say, "Alvinnnnn!!!" talks began about a new "Alvin and the Chipmunks" movie. Not content to rest on their laurels, the 'Munks are preparing yet another "first": There have been many great movie sequels. There have even been prequels. Now, get ready for the world's first "Squeakquel," in which Alvin, Simon and Theodore finally meet their match – and maybe more – in the newly arrived female trio, The Chipettes.
Hey, it's the truth... Hot women are attracted to hot cars.
Written & Directed by Chris Valenti
Starring Amy Raasch & Chris Valenti
Director of Photography - Gary Loya
Thanks to Jim Buese, Sean Regan, & Karen Bolt
Shot at Tede's Cafe, Pasadena, CA Distributed by Tubemogul.
Agency: Young & Rubicam, San Francisco
Executive Creative Directors: Scott Larson and Brad Berg
Creative Director/Writer: Paul Cerek
ACD/Art Director: Chris Toffoli
Executive Producer: Debra Trotz
Production Company: Motion Theory, Los Angeles
Director: Grady Hall
Executive Producer: Javier Jimenez
DP: Jeff Cronenweth
Line Producer: Scott Gemmell
VFX Company: Motion Theory
Art Director: Robin Resella
VFX Supervisor: Bryan Godwin
Producer: Patrick Nugent
Designer: Mitch Anderson
3D Artists: Ben Hendricks, Chris Leone
Previsualization: Ben Nelson
Rotoscope Artists: Rob Liscombe (Lead Roto), Mike Boden, Megan Gaffney Kanae Morton, Sam Winkler, Shihlin Wu
Matte Painter: Amy Paskow
Flame Artist: Danny Yoon
Post Production Manager: Sheri Patterson
Post Production Assistant: Rebecca Lindberg
Editor: Jeff Consiglio
Assistant Editor: Greg Kim
Editorial Coordinator: Peter Nelson
Finishing: Danny Yoon (1.1.VFX)
Sound Design: Machine Head
Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale confront each other in this first exclusive clip from David O. Russell's real-life boxing drama "The Fighter".
Agency: Young & Rubicam, San FranciscoExecutive Creative Directors: Scott Larson & Brad BergACD/Art Director: Hilary WolfeCopywriter: Brandon ReifExecutive Producer: Debra TrotzProduction Company: Motion Theory, Los AngelesDirector: Grady HallExecutive Producer: Javier JimenezDP: Jeff CronenwethLine Producer: Scott GemmellVFX Company: Motion TheoryArt Director: Robin ResellaVFX Supervisor: Bryan GodwinProducer: Patrick NugentDesigners: Heidi Berg, Joseph Chan, Diana Chang, Evan Parsons3D Artists: John Tumlin, Anita EdwardsPrevisualization: Ben NelsonRotoscope Artists: Rob Liscombe (Lead Roto), Mike Boden, Megan Gaffney Kanae Morton, Sam Winkler, Shihlin WuMatte Painters: Amy Paskow, Pete PaceFlame Artist: Carlos MoralesPost Production Manager: Sheri PattersonPost Production Assistant: Rebecca LindbergEditorial Company: StringEditor: Colin WoodsAssistant Editor: Greg KimEditorial Coordinator: Peter NelsonFinishing: Danny Yoon (1.1.VFX)Sound Design: Machine HeadViolin Music: Ambidextrous and Violin :15 - Beacon Street Studios
Ogilvy spot created by Tim Piper. Directed by Tim Piper (treatment/post effects) and Y Staav (live action). Soho - post production, Rogue - editing, Vapor music - sound and mixing, Gabor Jurina - photography, Make-up - Diana Carreiro, music - Flashbulb and Vapor.
Agency creative team: T Piper & M Kirkland.
There are some women you just don't want to cross. Amy Adams gets into a girl fight with Mark Wahlberg's family in this exclusive clip from The Fighter.
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NEW MYSPACE! Add me: Official Website: composed, sang, performed, arranged, and edited by me.
And to answer your questions- to transform into Britney: lots of tanning was involved, obviously dark brown contacts and several wigs (did not dye my hair for this video.)
(In Order of Appearance)
one falling off the ironing board! lol)
riffs played by Steve of:
may use the song however you like, just please credit my youtube channel.)
I am getting FLOODS of messages and comments complaining about how the song is not the same tune as the original. YouTube said I can't do exact song parodies anymore, unless I get written consent from the writers which is pretty much impossible. So I had to write an original generic song. Since you so strongly feel that this affects my video quality, and that it is covered under fair usage- my only suggestion would be for you guys to email YouTube and tell them your thoughts. As you have noticed, I seem to be the only satirist YouTube has implemented this rule upon. I've tried my best, but they won't budge and I have to go by their rules. You can contact them here: Drawing:
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A thing for Star Trek Conventions
I need a man with a comic book collection
Lord of The Rings
is my favorite type of Role Play
Dont want an Aragorn, I want a young Gandalf The Gray
About the Michael Phelps of Ping Pong
Someone who memorized all of The Pokemon Theme song
Hes in the elite
As one of the Star Trek Fanclub chiefs.
But secretly he has a stash of star wars boxer briefs.
Womanizer womanizer womanizer womanizer
A womanizer womanizer womanizer womanizer
Together well discuss
A womanizer womanizer womanizer womanizer
Hes got me rocking
Like Stephen Hawking
Check out his hard drive
Sets me to warp five.
Hes highly skilled
In the art of drawing anime
And he has an extensive selection of
action figures on display.
Hes employee of
the month for tech support repair.
Hes a World of Warcraft expert
Beating Magtheridons Lair.
I dream of him
Hooking up my ethernet cable
And whispering in my ear
elements of the periodic table
A gaming headset in his hair
And sexy safety goggles on
As he builds
a robotic office chair.
Dont need a jock
I want a spock
This is a spoof of:
Britney Spears - Womanizer (Director's Cut)