Thursday, February 18, 2016

Musician Fashion Statement

I honestly don't know how to label this, so I just chose "marketing". Here is how Producer Shawn Everett, the winner of the Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Sound & Color decided to dress for the Grammy Awards:

I might let him produce an album for me, but no way would I take his advice on fashion.

This refugee from the Friday miscellanea is all you are likely to get today--but stay tuned because there are lots of good things already cued up for the miscellanea tomorrow. In the meantime, let's have a musical envoi. As Mr. Everett supposedly dressed to promote "Save the Arctic" (I didn't know it was stolen or kidnapped or disappearing?) let's hear the Sinfonia Antarctica by Ralph Vaughan Williams. This is the middle movement, "Landscape" with the London Philharmonic conducted by Bernard Haitink:


David said...

Bryan, it turns out this sartorially challenged guy hails from our mutual birth province. Here is more than you need to know courtesy of the Calgary Herald:

In a fun twist of internet fate, the sidebar advertisement on the page when I viewed it had an image of Brahms in all his hirsute glory, (a "mini-festival of his four symphonies at Jack Singer Concert Hall). Everett's beard bears some resemblance, if you squint.

Good think he is a Bragg Creek boy, cuz those threads wouldn't cut it in Cold Lake!

Bryan Townsend said...

We Albertans have never been known for our fashion sense, have we!

Christine Lacroix said...

That's an amazing outfit. Is the man disturbed? Is he mocking someone?

Bryan Townsend said...

Well, he is Canadian. Heh. Isn't the skirt just darling?