I created this video today for my favorite song by Cadillac Moon, using common license materials. I'm still putting together an original content video for this song, have just hired several dancers from fiverr.com but I wanted to have one up meanwhile. I'm also still seeking people for the tattoo dancer video I'll be making next. Let me know if you or a friend might be interested in featuring in my next music video. Enjoy :)
My favorite song by Cadillac Moon, followed by Keep Me in Mind and Show Me Your Tattoo, in fact this entire LP is phenomenal. I've been a long time fan of Cadillac Moon since the late 90's when I used to travel the East Coast filming their live gigs. Since most of that footage is on a hard drive I need to get restored, there are no videos for Cadillacl Moon's music. Recently the band got back together for a reunion tour and filmed an hour long concert at the LI Blues Warehouse in Long Island, NY where these guys hail from. You can view that video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqdyLF1a48Q
To contact or follow the band, and to buy their music, visit their web sites at the links below:
CADILLAC MOON FANS: IN THE KITCHEN IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR Digital DOWNLOADING AT THESE SITES: CD BABY Apple iTunes Tradebit GreatIndieMusic Amazon MP3 Last.fm. Spotify Deezer MySpaceMusic 24-7 Simfy Google Music Store Nokia http://lnk.ms/cgQ8h
Cadillac Moon played the bar band scene in the famous movie Devil's Advocate while Charlize Theron was dancing in the scene. Rich Campbell, the keyboard player, got bit by the Hollywood bug & had been involved with acting ever since.
CADILLAC MOON put out two CD's in the 1990's with Al Santoriello singing lead vocals: "PLUG ME IN" and "IN THE KITCHEN." The band got off the ground by getting top honors at the LONG ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL. The band went on to appear at SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST in AUSTIN, TEXAS, as well as at the Philadelphia Music Conference & the NEMO conference in Boston. Appearing in the film "DEVIL'S ADVOCATE" brought the group wider recognition.
CADILLAC MOON brought their exciting , original brand of funky blues-rock to both their songwriting and live performances. Their style was first and foremost about laying down solid, fun grooves. Their songs include bits and pieces of New York funk, New Orleans honky-tonk, and straight-ahead, ass-kicking guitar. The energy they generated during live performances always had crowds excited and groovin'.
All rights reserved to the band, video produced 8-14-12 by Gina Jordan.