We make a new weekly video during the 2016 presidential election, from this summer until November of next year. We will also video our weekly podcast and post that on YouTube. That's 15 months of entertainment/slow disengagement with a corrupt political system! Cheap!
PONY UP, SUCKERS:
We need $8,723 to get us all the stuff we need to provide you with first-rate election coverage. Start off with a new computer with a fast damn processor for cranking out so many videos and podcasts. The computer we got now is from 2008 and don't hardly work no more. Our old camera is busted and we need us a new one and all the good camera's fixin's, like lenses and tripods. If we're going to do this shit again, we're going to need some lights and a green screen for special effects to make it look like we're in outer space or in caveman times. We want to talk in a couple of decent microphones for a change and get us a sound recorder so our every slurred word is heard. And we want some fancy teleprompters. If they're good enough for Obama... We'd like to get something that records phone calls for podcast interviews with Jackie's mama and any candidate that desperate to be heard. Then we got to pay the Kickstarter man, and pay for all your t-shirts that we hope you're going to wear ever damn day. Once we figure out how to work this fancy stuff, it's showtime, folks.
We'd like to thank our friends over at Digital Lowry for all the hard work they put in on their digital restoration of the original six episodes of The Travis and Jonathan Show. In the coming days you will be able to see every episode in clarity the human eye may not be accustomed to. These episodes have never looked better and will now be preserved for the ages! Ready your peepers and have a look!
"Holtzclaw started as an art band/circus/monstrosity and grew from there. They played all over Murfreesboro and Nashville from '97-'99 until its inevitable self destruction. Shows typically featured nudity, fire, pyrotechs, chainsaws, pinatas, foul language, costumes, jugglers, freeform jazz, the occasional midget, drugs and alcohol and guest intros from members of the 'other' music community of Nashville. Those who saw Holtzclaw remember their experience to this day, members of Holtzclaw barely remember anything about that period of time." - from the book "The Other Side of Nashville"
Holtzclaw's first new album in 13 years (Chili Room/Pussy Room) was released in October of 2013. Their follow up album (This Tape Is Drunk) was released 11/12/14.