David Arn is set to release “Black Dog-The Photographer’s Tale”. The music video is a track from his forthcoming cd,Traveler Tales, fourteen first-person narratives from travelers on a common journey, each relating their story through song.
The video features Kimberly Bowie (the model and actress). The fashion photography is by Angela Holmyard (Ottawa) and the stunning nature photography is by David Swift (Philadelphia). In this video an aging baby boomer recalls a beautiful woman from a past magazine shoot.
The single was mastered at Abbey Road Studios by Alex Wharton (McCartney,Radiohead, Pixies) and features the work of guitarist, Toby Wilson. Tyra Juliette and Kerri Hardwick provide soulful backup vocals.
Bob at StaticDive.com tells the story of David’s latest music video.
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BRONZE AWARD WINNER AT ATLANTA’S SPOTLIGHT FILM FESTIVAL. A Film by William Murray featuring Carly Erin O’Neil.
What a week!!! It was just announced that two music videos filmmaker William Murray produced of David’s songs have won top awards at the Spotlight Film Awards. Out of 100s of entries “Not Amused” won the Silver Award and “St. Paul’s Chimes” took the Bronze. The latter will be released later this year. It deals with abuse in the Catholic Church and stars Carly Erin O’Neil.
Thanks for the kind words about David Arn’s “Not Amused”. “A melody that screams I was born in this country but live in a bigger world.”
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Great news today from William Murray, the videographer and director of David Arn’s music video “Not Amused”. The video has been updated to a finalist in the “Elite” Category at the Jersey Shore Film Festival.
The video mixes Murray’s creative shots of NYC with Alice Teeple’s photography. The song features the guitar work of Toby Wilson and was mastered by Alex Wharton at Abbey Road Studios. The song is a track from David’s forthcoming cd “Recalculating, Recalculating” .