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Country music song written by Ron McMunn, performed at the Smiths Falls Railway Museum Open House night 2007. This is one of John's favorite songs.
A little spanish finger work to develop further as John Cullen adds to the peice to create a unique instrumental!
This is not a speedy caricature, but a marker pen study of the Mom, Dad and little girl. John Cullen's method of marker drawing is demonstrated !
John Cullen working as a LIVE Caricaturist at a large Canadian public event. His manner of speaking to his subject, his relaxed methods and the satisfied clients.
John Cullen's methods when Caricaturing LIVE at a large public event.
John Cullen does his relaxed style of LIVE Caricaturing at a large Canadian public event in Brockville Ontario Canada.
BRWME was in Las Vegas last week and among other freak shows was less than privileged to take in the Cirque Du Soleil production of "Love." You've heard of chemical castration? Now welcome musical castration.
Some of you may remember the furor over the first use of Beatles music in a commercial context; "Revolution," selling Nikes...Oh how far we have come!...after plunking down $160 for a ringside seat I was then treating to the spectacle of Beatles mugs, Beatles hats, Beatle buttons, and outside on the Strip, Beatle condoms (celebrating their heady days in Hamburg in the early 60s) For those who are keeping score, the Ringo size rubber seems to be the largest; "Act Naturally: no longer seems a sad song to me; just an expression of Ringo's impressive full length size...Way to go Ringo!
Meanwhile the Botoxed smiles of the CDS cost transfixed most and nauseated me....or was it the sordid surroundings?
Of course what would John think of all this? All I can say, after communing with him through a very special medium in Vegastown, is that is has a high voice...I could not make out what he said due to the high register, but next time to go to LV I will bring along my pet Jack Russell, who will translate. For the time being, I can only assume that John has been relieved of part of his crown jewels as the new BRWME song illustrates.
john witsiers singing tom jones till
A sketch from the ronnie johns half hour
John Cullen wrote this song while driving semi in the seneties.
Song written by John Cullen when he was driving cement mixer in the seventies and eighties.