April 13, 2015

Lo-Fi Cherokee

The fourth incarnation of Bill Streeter's Lo-Fi Cherokee hit the street on Saturday, April 11, at 9 a.m. For the next eleven hours, videographers captured eighteen bands at eighteen Cherokee Street venues. This jam-packed day will be distilled into videos that will premiere next month at a red-carpet event at St. Matthew's Church. Photographer Steve Truesdell was on hand to document the artists.
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Camerman Trent Hover shooting Whoa Thunder outside the Blue Pearl.
Camerman Trent Hover shooting Whoa Thunder outside the Blue Pearl.
Adria Nicole shopping in Don Carlos.
Adria Nicole shopping in Don Carlos.
Adria sings her way through the grocery store.
Adria sings her way through the grocery store.
The Pat Sajack Assassins in the old Hat Mart.
The Pat Sajack Assassins in the old Hat Mart.
A crowd gathers for the Assassins.
A crowd gathers for the Assassins.
Irene Allen performs at Yaqui's.
Irene Allen performs at Yaqui's.
Irene and Lo-Fi project director Bill Streeter take a selfie.
Irene and Lo-Fi project director Bill Streeter take a selfie.
Irene Allen warms up for her performance.
Irene Allen warms up for her performance.
Last to Go First to Show drummer Phil Valko.
Last to Go First to Show drummer Phil Valko.
Last to Go First to Show's Miriam Keller.
Last to Go First to Show's Miriam Keller.