Get behind the scenes action with Lucy Claire and CJ Welsh as they speak with “We Are Moving Stories” about the original concept and making of “Ruby Tuesday”. Interview here: We Are Moving Stories – Ruby Tuesday – Interview with Lucy & CJ Leanne Kingwell and John K wrote were honored to be invited to compose and record the song “Innocence Dies” especially for the opening scene and also were delighted to provide 2 more original tracks for this epic horror short.
VCA Graduate Film, “Ruby Tuesday”, screens at the St Kilda Film Festival on Saturday May 20th at 9:30pm in the After Dark session of Australia’s Top 100 Short Films at St Kilda Town Hall. Leanne Kingwell and John K wrote and recorded “Innocence Dies” upon request from Director Lucy Claire, to be featured in a performance by goth-punk band “Ruby Tuesday” in the opening scene of this dark, disturbing rock n roll short in which two upcoming punk musicians try to sign a record deal with a sociopath. Written and directed by Lucy Claire, “Ruby Tuesday” also includes additional Leanne Kingwell tracks, “Diamond” and “Pain To Kill”. Tickets available from http://m.ticketmaster.com.au/event/130052937D112028 “Ruby Tuesday” recently made it’s international debut as an international selection for the Fantastic Cinema & Craft Beer Festival in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA.
VCA Graduate Film, “Ruby Tuesday”, premieres at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) on Friday December 9th at 6:30pm – 8pm. Leanne Kingwell and John K wrote and recorded “Innocence Dies” to be featured in a performance by goth-punk band “Ruby Tuesday” in the opening scene of this dark, disturbing rock n roll short in which two upcoming punk musicians try to sign a record deal with a sociopath. Written and directed by Lucy Claire, “Ruby Tuesday” also includes a couple of cameos by Leanne Kingwell tracks, “Diamond” and “Pain To Kill”. Tickets available from vic.unimelb.edu.au ACMI is at Federation Square, Flinders Street, Melbourne, Australia.
Wrote and recorded a new track with John K for VCA Graduate Film, “Ruby Tuesday”, a short film written and directed by Lucy Claire. It’s a backstage drama in a frankenstein world. A horror hung on the manipulation of a young woman with blind ambition in the dark underbelly of the music industry. Lucy reached out to ask if we would write and record a song that Ruby and her friend Tuesday, could perform as their punk duo “Ruby Tuesday” to kick off the film. We were stoked to oblige.
Tune into the new edition of Lopsided World of L this weekend (July 24-26) to hear “RUNNING AT HEADLIGHTS” make it’s worldwide radio debut on courtesy of American DJ in Berlin, the legendary Jonathan L. “Running At Headlights” was written by Leanne Kingwell / John Keskeridis in Melbourne, Australia and recorded by world class producer David J Holman at his Cactus Studios in the Hollywood Hills. God Bless Jonathan L for chasing this currently unreleased track in search of new material and for subsequently scheduling a very special World Premiere on 11 stations, in 8 countries spanning 3 continents. “Lopsided World of L” is blasted weekly from Berlin, Germany, around the globe to: – Los Angeles, CA on Indie 103.1 – Phoenix, AZ on 93.9fm KWSS – Berlin, Germany on King FM – Athens, Greece on RockXS Radio – Merseyside, Liverpool, England on Mersey Radio – Firebrand Roxx, Manchester, England on Firebrand Roxx – Sydney, Australia on 107.5 andHow.FM – New Zealand on ANDHOW RADIO – Tucson, AZ on Rock 102 KFMA – Gothenburg, Sweden on Radio Andra and; – Brasov, Romania on Romanian Rock Radio. Stations, days & times here: http://www.jlradio.com (With plenty of repeat plays of each episode.) Photo by Emma Phillips. WEBSITE: http://www.leannekingwell.com/ iTUNES: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id898805049 AMAZON: http://tinyurl.com/nlhb3yu