You know the drill. A little while ago, two fine young men, Kenny Eaton and Jordan Miller, approached us with an idea for a partnership: Bring bands into Kenny’s Mystery Ton Studios, ask them to record a song, sit them down for an interview, video everything, and release all of it to the masses. Manning the cameras, of course, would be Jordan, along with his Gypsy Cab crew, and we would call the thing “Frederick One Take.”
This is typically where we run down through all the other episodes, recapping each guest and providing a link … but that list is becoming too long to constantly mention. So, instead, we’d love to encourage you to take a look at the Frederick One Take tag on this very website, or to head over to our YouTube channel to have a look at all the other wonderful videos that have come out of this tiny project. Frederick has some awfully remarkable musical talent in and around its parameters, you know.
Anyway, this month, we have something super-duper special for you during this holiday season. For the second year in a row, we decided to throw together a Christmas episode, and following up Silent Old Mtns.‘ fabulous performance in 2017 is Luna, now in 2018, and she offers up her take on Sia’s “Snowman.” One of the most affecting artists in all of Frederick music, Luna has shared stages with everyone from the Violent Femmes to Stitch Early. She’s currently hard at work on her debut EP, and if you stick around for the interview, you’ll even find out when that’s set to drop (as the kids like to say). This episode also doubles as our season two finale, so gear up for season three, friends, because whooo-yeee we have a bunch of neat things in store for you. To learn more about Luna, you can like her on Facebook here or follow her on Instagram here.
Now, for more on Mystery Ton Studios, go visit Kenny’s website, which is radical. And for more on Gypsy Cab Productions, go visit Jordan’s website, and see how great he looks in a tie.