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Published on Mar 22, 2011
In this unprecedented video, Cady gives a tour of the International Space Station and an exclusive performance of the song Get Yourself Paroled (Honey I Miss You), written by Brendan McKinney & Joel Racheff and played with her band Bandella (on laptop).
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Music From Space by Cady Coleman, Dart Music International, NASA, Same Sky Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
The video may not be used for commercial purposes and is intended as a positive portrayal for NASA, the International Space Station, Same Sky Productions, and Dart Music International. The video is a publicly accessible NASA 'record' equally accessible to all people. It may not be used in any manner to suggest endorsement by NASA or any of its employees of any organization, commercial product, or service, including Dart Music International. Anyone displaying the video will be responsible for any required licensing of any featured copyrighted music. Please see our website for more information: http://dartmusicinternational.org/vid...
During the week of March 14th - 19th 2011 Dart Music International staged the DMI House in Austin TX. The week long music festival was free to the public and featured an impressive, eclectic and groundbreaking lineup of music from around the world.
Some of the event's highlights included staging 6 bands from 6 continents back to back, 3 days in a row - something that simply has NEVER been done before. The event also featured Iranian and Isreali musicians performing together. The DMI House was produced by Dart Music International and Same Sky Productions and was sponsored by Treaty Oaks Rum, Mueller Law, Voodoo Cowboy, Harris Radio and Indie Sounds.
The event made history by showing the first musical performance from outer space. This video was made specifically for the DMI House by astronaut Cady Coleman from aboard the International Space Station. We are proud to share this with you now and would like to thank everyone who made it out to The DMI House to witness history in person.
Please support Dart Music International by donating $20 and receiving 30 tracks from the amazing bands that performed during the festival. This year we brought you Music From Space, with your support next year we can accomplish even more for our community and artists. More about Dart Music at http://www.dartmusicinternational.org