At the SHS talent show on January 18, 2013.
LRMS marching band at the 2011 Portland Rose Festival Junior Parade
Ben wasn’t really looking forward to this, but I think he enjoyed it after all. Good stuff, Ben!
Laurel Ridge Middle School marching band at the 2011 Portland Rose Festival Junior Parade from Brian Windheim on Vimeo.
Ben’s band performs “Seven Nation Army” from The White Stripes
Ben’s band Audio Rampage performs Seven Nation Army from The White Stripes. Bailey (drums and vocals) simply owns the crowd.
Ben’s band performs “Hate To Say I Told You So” from The Hives
Ben’s band Audio Rampage performs Hate To Say I Told You So from The Hives. Great stuff, guys!
Ben’s band performs “Howlin’ For You” from The Black Keys
Ben’s band Audio Rampage performs Howlin’ For You from The Black Keys. This recording is for the Small Town Big Talent competition here in Sherwood. Nice work guys!
Raindrops to Refuge charity dinner concert
Ben Windheim and Myron LeRoy were the musical entertainment at the Raindrops to Refuge charity dinner on Friday. A great selection of tunes, and some great guitar work by these two guys.
Ben Windheim and Myron LeRoy at the Raindrops to Refuge charity dinner, February 25 2011 from Brian Windheim on Vimeo.
Ben plays the Smashing Pumpkins
Ben was playing his guitar in his room yesterday, and I happened by with my iPhone. Grabbed some quick video of him midway through the Smashing Pumpkins Cherub Rock. Rock on, Ben!
Ben has the Fever
Captured a quick recording this evening of Ben playing Fever (Peggy Lee, Little Willie John, and a zillion others). Did this in one take using GarageBand on a Mac with a Line 6 UX-1 interface.
Listen here: Fever.mp3, recorded by Ben Windheim on a Fender acoustic guitar with a Fishman under-saddle pickup.
Ben’s first guitar gig
Ben was invited by his guitar instructor to play at a concert in a park in Newberg on September 18th, 2010. Check out the video. 13 years old … I guess I don’t need to save for college anymore.
Ben plays the Black Keys
First cut … I’ll record him in a week to check his progress.