The Backyard Hang: Big Trouble Burger/Wild Life Acoustic Performance (EPISODE 3)

In this episode of The Hang, I make The Big Trouble Burger and then perform an acoustic version of "The Wild Life". 


The burger came out really good.  The tomatoes were sweet and rich, and the jalapenos were really hot.  The only thing I would have changed is adding more cheese in the middle.  With cheese, always more is a good idea, lol.  You want that middle gooey!

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Shot and Edited by: Brian Christ Films
2nd Camera Operator: Will Stockwell

Thank you to the amazing musicians:
Shiben on Guitar, Carlos Sosa on Sax, Paul Armstrong on Trumpet

Interview with BrightestYoungThings.com

"It’s funny, because when I first went to move out here, I thought, “Okay, I’m going to come out here and song-write for people, too,” because I just signed a publishing deal to write songs for other people as well, and I just kind of found that whole scene to be not my vibe at all. But there is a ton of awesome creative people out here. And this album was funny, because I had my little studio and I pretty much engineered 90% of my album. I’d just sit in my room and work on these songs all day, and it was actually the first time I’d ever done that. But I’d sit and I’d jam with my buddies, and we’d send the record to Carlos who’s in Austin, and I don’t know, there was no real rhyme or reason, but there’s definitely creative energy out here for sure"

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The Backyard Hang: Episode 2 - Pork Tenderloin and Cold War Kids

On this week's episode we grill up some pork tenderloin and make some bbq sandwiches, then cover Cold War Kids "First".

The Backyard Hang is a show mixing grilling, chilling, and music all together. A new episode airs every other Wednesday!

Shot and Edited by: Brian Christ Films
2nd Camera Operator: Will Stockwell

Thank you to the amazing musicians: Shiben Bhattacharya, Guitar Scott Seiver, Drums. 
Audio recorded and mixed by Scott Seiver.

Homemade Bbq Sauce Recipe:

1⁄2 cup ketchup
1⁄4 cup water
2 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons vinegar
1/4 cup molasses
1 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
2 teaspoon chili powder
1⁄4 teaspoon celery seed
1⁄2 teaspoon salt
1⁄4 teaspoon hot pepper sauce


Put all these in a pan and simmer them uncovered for at least 20 minutes and pray to sweet baby ray it works.