Recently released, Live from Venti’s, is a project we’re truly proud of. We invited some of our most talented friends to record what has become a tradition for the band, the annual black-friday hometown show. One of those long-time friends, and skilled videographer/photographer, is Mark Mason from Still Moving Pictures.
Going to MB&I shows have always been my favorite, especially the shows in Salem, OR. The guys from My Brothers And I have been some of my oldest friends; growing up while watching them write and perform some amazing songs. Being able to cover them and share a live performance piece in an intimate hometown setting was a joy! I was so thrilled to shoot and edit this piece with some help from fellow Salemites David Iliyn & Evan Roth. It was a GREAT night!
- Mark Mason, Still Moving Pictures
Although our music comes out of Portland, we were raised in Salem, Oregon. The Black Friday hometown show is a tradition for us. Friends and family are in town for Thanksgiving, making it the perfect time to entertain and reconnect. We had a blast and are stoked to be sharing it with you!
We had a lot of help putting this performance & video together. From our internal team helping us produce the new live show, to our more technically skilled friends on site the night-of. XX Artists, David Iliyn, Mark Mason, Evan Roth, the staff at Venti’s, and many more. Lights, sound, videography, photography, emotional support; we had a great team of people Black-Friday night. Lastly, a HUGE thank you to our home-town fans that brought the energy!
Until next time.
- My Brothers And I