Thursday, July 2, 2015

Shaking Through: Hezekiah Jones

The new Weathervane Music Shaking Through episode debuted on Tuesday. It focuses on Philadelphia's Hezekiah Jones, which is not a person but a folk music collective led by Raphael Cutrufello. Read more about the "new music incubator" that is Weathervane in the Philadelphia Inquirer here. Below, the making of video with the 11 piece band for "Borrowed Heart," a song written to sync with a scene from James Whale's 1935 movie Bride Of Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester as the woman whose hairdo fills Nicki Minaj and Marge Simpson with envy. More info here.

Shaking Through: Hezekiah Jones

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The new Weathervane Music Shaking Through episode debuted on Tuesday. It focuses on Philadelphia's Hezekiah Jones, which is not a person but a folk music collective led by Raphael Cutrufello. Read more about the "new music incubator" that is Weathervane in the Philadelphia Inquirer here. Below, the making of video with the 11 piece band for "Borrowed Heart," a song written to sync with a scene from James Whale's 1935 movie Bride Of Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester as the woman whose hairdo fills Nicki Minaj and Marge Simpson with envy. More info here.

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