Danny Weinkauf of They Might Be Giants is releasing his first solo album for kids and he collaborated with Hank Green of the Vlogbrothers on a catchy lil ditty on it called "The Kidney Who Lived in Four People." The two also announced a contest to create a music video for said song and so I gathered a group of friends to try and make just that. We only had girls show up so we worked with what we had! The result is this. I don't think we necessarily have a winner but Danny says he loves it so that's a plus!
I'm tremendously sorry about having no video out today. I have a couple really exciting ones in the works but they didn't come together quick enough this week. I've also been working on a couple local commercials too so my video planning/editing time was devoted to that this week. I promise more will be coming soon!
Yes, I was on another work-related trip and this time ended up in Nashville, Tennessee to help film an event. The hotel we were staying in was incredible and I just had to have some fun with how huge it was. So after the day's proceedings, at midnight, I wandered out and recorded this lil guy. Enjoy.
Recently, the production company I work for took me on a trip to Elk Island Lodge in Manitoba, Canada, to film an episode for their TV show. Elk Island is located in God's Lake, a remote yet enormous lake far far nearer to Alaska than anywhere near the continental United States. Although I had no Internet or phone service for about a week, I still had my trusty camcorder and, of course, did what I do whenever I'm anywhere even slightly different to me: make a video in my free time.
That's right! I went to a free (!) OK Go concert at Case Western Reserve this Sunday and it was fantastic! As you'll see in the video, I even got to dance on stage and talk briefly to Damian. The result is this...more PogieJoe bizarreness. Please enjoy!
I can't tell you how many times I've either heard someone ask for a PogieJoe shirt or recommend that I make them. Well now they are here for your purchasing pleasure! There's also some other great stuff like a One Day T-Shirt and PogieJoe mugs, tote bag, and water bottles! Enjoy!
Update: Michael Markman (Mickeleh) gives his excellent response!
Update: So has Urgo!
Basically me bumbling around the O'Hare International airport talking to myself. T'was fun!
Hey everyone! After over years gettin' there, I'm happy to announce that PogieJoe has passed one thousand subscribers! Much of this is thanks to our new friends who stumbled across One Day: A Musical. Welcome! It means an incredible amount to me that so many people have found merit or even happiness in what I do! To celebrate, we're giving away an awesome PogieJoe T-Shirt from ooShirts (http://www.ooshirts.com/) and a $25 Amazon gift card! How? Watch the video below. Thank you to everyone who has joined us along both the journey of my first movie and the first four years of my YouTube channel! Lots of exciting stuff to come.
I'm proud to present our first feature-length film here at PogieJoe....One Day: A Musical! Thanks to everybody to helped make it happen...and there are quite a few! And a huge shout-out to all those who have followed me over the past four years and will join me on the journey to my fifth. Enjoy. :)