Rock Candy Presents: Kevin Kerby + Battery | Rock Candy

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Rock Candy Presents: Kevin Kerby + Battery

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Just in time for the release of Kevin Kerby + Battery's "Beautiful and Bright" (out today on Max!), we've got a new video from the "Rock Candy Presents" video series on our home page. It's Kerby and co. doing "You and Your Chemical Smile" at White Water, with cool lighting and camera tricks. Like the previous production, Greg Spradlin handled the filming, Jason Weinheimer captured audio and Robyn Friday edited. Look for one on the See coming soon.

ALSO: After you've downloaded the album, make sure you check out this making-of interview with Geoff Curran and Kerby. Funny stuff.

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