Wanida and Mark are both insanely talented. Her voice breaks me every time.
And if you are on the internet at least once a month, you have probably seen this. Kind of a fun video.
Last week, I got to accompany my cousin and one of my best friends, Stephen Greenwood, on a rad work trip of his as Virgin America opened service to DFW. It was a pretty incredible experience and I wanted to share with you a few photos that he took…
Richard Branson in cowboy outfit and all…
Just before being welcomed by the Mayor of Dallas.
Their theme (directed right at American Airlines) was “Don’t fly like cattle”.
Oh, the irony.
Thanks to Virgin America for putting us all up in the W Hotel. It was really fantastic.
The Winspear Opera House was an amazing venue for the festivities.
I’ve never really listened to Willie Nelson’s music, but there is no denying he is a legend. Toward the end of his show, Lacey called and as I was talking to her, Willie was finishing up, walked right toward me and shook my hand. He then proceeded to do that to everyone down the line.
Partners in crime since birth, but especially fun this particular time around.
Stephen got a lot of great footage and threw this together this week for Gadling (a travel blog by AOL). Enjoy.
The background visuals of the Jonsi show were stunning. This stop-motion is a great representation of it.
One of the most talented guys out there. Hands down.
And love the Seth Philpott appearance in the video.
I’m really excited and honored to be a part of a fun compilation this year called “Christmas For Kenya”. I did a version of “What Child Is This” with my great friend Tyler Halford who was really generous with his time and we were able to knock it out in one night.
Download the whole thing for free at www.christmasinkenya.com. (It also features some great friends who are really talented: Seth Philpott, Brian Patterson, Chris Chesbro, Jillian Edwards, Andy Hanning…)
Donate and all of the proceeds go to more great friends (Jonathan Lewis & Sarah Satterlee) and an organization called The Kianga Project. The Kianga Project is a socially proactive business focused on improving the quality of life for Kenyan women and men living with HIV/AIDS.
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