Watch the NEW VIDEO – The bands songs are influenced by Blues Rock from the 70’s, when times were easier and going to a rock concert meant something!
April 22, 2017 Petco Park before game between Padres vs Marlins. Preshow entertainment.
Next stop on our Trifecta, Triple Crown, Triple Play Weekend….Stone Horse slides into Petco’s “Park in the Park” to get our fans, the crowd and the Padres psyched up to kick a little Marlin tail!!!! And it’s “Free Hoodie Day”, too (sure hope the band members each get one as part of our comp plan, lol)!
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Out On The Rail
Music video director/cinematographer Raul A. Urreola brought the five-member, 70’s rock & roll band “Stone Horse” to the (Sylvia) Caldwell Ranch in Borrego Springs for a video shoot April 24.
Urreola makes short films as well as music videos, and for this shoot he used a drone with ultra-high quality GoPro camera to capture the live performance by the San Diego-based regional touring band. The latest and best technology, says Urreola, a well-respected director in the music video industry, can be used effectively in a highly competitive market to promote bands that rely on the Internet for bookings. Many of the owners of live performance venues look to the quality of music videos to get both a sense of the performers, and the expected level of performance quality, visually and audibly.
This is the third time Urreola has worked on a music video with Stone Horse. After shooting the band’s performance at Caldwell Ranch, Urreola was off to find other shooting spots in and around Borrego for still and moving images in the music video.
The latest Stone Horse video will be finished in a couple of weeks, and if Urreola’s work on it is as spectacular as his director’s demo reel, it should be a thing of beauty.
More on this go to Music Video Filmed in Borrego
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Stone Horse performing Dear Mr. Fantasy by Traffic
Stone Horse performing their original, Gwendoline.
La Jolla High School has contributed much to the music world, with members of such acclaimed bands as Ratt, The Beat Farmers and Rilo Kiley, as well soloists such as Alison Brown, amongst its alumni.
A newer addition to the list is rock quintet, Stone Horse, who host a special afternoon CD release show at Winston’s on Aug. 27 for their sophomore album, “Nobody Rides For Free.” Formed in 2009, the band is built around two of the school’s former students, singer Danielle Spade and guitarist Carlos Rodriguez with Dave Steinman on drums, Arthur Nobilette on guitar and new addition Jeffrey Bloom, also a former La Jolla High student, on bass, playing original music in the classic rock tradition.
Read more: San Diego Community News Group – Stone Horse to rock Winston s with CD release show