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John Eberly - Afternoon Video Session, 1990
John E. (John Eberly) allow Demolition Kitchen Video to record during an afternoon rehearsal session, which turned to include several offbeat performances. Mike Coykendall of the Wichita band Klyde Konner dropped by making a guest appearance. The session were later cut into a video piece that was featured on the “Views in Life” artist video
series produced by Demolition Kitchen Video.



John Eberly - Live at the Blue Lounge, 2010
John Eberly produced in 1985 featuring a comic strip based on the lyrics of his song “Kondo”, which was originally recorded by his band The Mumbles.


John Eberly - Live at the Replay Lounge, 2010
Kansas musician John Eberly opening for Bill Goffrier at the Replay Lounge in Lawrence, Kansas in April of 2010.


John Eberly - Terrible Twos live at the Blue Lounge, 2010
Kansas musician John Eberly opening for Bill Goffrier at the Blue Lounge in Wichita with his band “The Terrible Twos”, Kansas in April of 2010.


The Eberly Brothers - Live at McFarland, Video 1988
The Eberly Brothers performing live at McFarland in 1988 at the opening of an art exhibit on the Wichita State University campus.


Matt Kirby/Paul Elwood, Ring of Fire performance, 1989
In 1989 Paul Elwood and Matt Kirby staged a large scale performance event in Salina, Kansas called “Ring of Fire”. This is an edited video documentation originally produced by KTWU.


Paul Elwood/Randy Erwin, WCFTA

Musicians Paul Elwood and Randy Erwin team up for a performance at The Wichita Center for the Arts in the late 1980s.


Kelly Werts/Paul Elwood Basement Jam 1990
Kelly Werts and Paul Elwood improvising a series of recorded pieces, the audio is from the live room not the recorded tracks.



 
 
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