I don’t think this song needs much of an introduction–here’s “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin, sung by Bing Crosby and Martha Mears (dubbing actress Marjorie Reynolds), in the movie Holiday Inn: Video posted by alpineic1. (Only the first two and half minutes or so of the video are from the film.) Or, if you prefer,
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” by Walter Kent, Kim Gannon, and Buck Ram, sung by Kristin Chenoweth: Video posted by KristinChenowethVEVO And an informal acoustic cover of “I’ll by Home for Christmas,” sung by Jason and Michael Castro: Video by Jason Castro (Yes, the ‘stache is unfortunate.) The song, wistful and haunting, was first recorded
Video by Michael Castro This is mostly about being on tour, only not the tour they are on now, one from before. Philly, D.C., Nashville…There is a little snippet of a new song somewhere in there! (At around 12:00.) (You didn’t think I’d just make you find it yourself, did you?)
Well. Technically, the Happy Easter greetings were not so much belated as I am posting these belatedly.* Happy Easter from our family to yours! A post shared by Jason Castro (@jasoncastromusic) on Apr 16, 2017 at 6:24pm PDT HAPPY EASTER FROM UNCLE MIKE AND THE GIRLS!! A post shared by Michael Castro (@mcastromusic) on Apr
(That’s pretty meta, so let’s not think about it too hard, okay?) Video by Michael Castro In which there is backstage (so to speak) stuff from the making of the “Automatic” video, which includes motorcycles (you do remember the “Automatic” video, don’t you?), a tractor, serendipity, and a bonfire (you do remember the “Automatic” video,
Yeah, the one after Delta Rae–with Green River Ordinance. Michael just put up a vlog with footage from that. And also food. Video by Michael Castro (Hey, if you haven’t seen it, it’s new…ish!) Thanks for the heads-up, Jasonized!
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” by Walter Kent, Kim Gannon, and Buck Ram, sung by Lady Antebellum: Video by Lady Antebellum And an acoustic cover of “I’ll by Home for Christmas,” sung by Jason and Michael Castro: Video by Jason Castro (Okay, yes, the stache is unfortunate.) The song, wistful and haunting, first recorded in
Kicking off @liveinthevineyard with our sweet friends @johnnyswim! So great seeing you beautiful people! A photo posted by CASTRO (@castrotheband) on Nov 5, 2016 at 1:01am PDT Enjoying our first stop of the day on the beautiful grounds of @lianaestates A photo posted by Jason Castro (@jasoncastromusic) on Nov 5, 2016 at 1:16pm PDT Spending