Archive for August, 2009

Stay Tuned…

Posted in News on August 26, 2009 by telepromptedanthems

Hey doodz…Sorry for the radio silence lately, but we’ve been scrambling working out some final details for a few things. Check back here over the next few days, because we’re going to be dropping some bombs on you guys really soon. In the meantime, check out a picture of a trailer (hint hint) that looks like Eddie Murphy.

What Happens in G-Vegas…

Posted in News, Random on August 17, 2009 by telepromptedanthems

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Before I met Chris Hopf, I would see his name on End of Rope Gang and wonder to myself how you were supposed to pronounce his last name. I mean, no offense, but P and F aren’t exactly two letters you see paired up very often. Was the P silent? Was the F silent? Either way, that would mean at least a quarter of the dude’s last name was for decorative purposes only, which led me to belive one thing: the guy was a weirdo and shouldn’t be trusted.

Well, I was just being silly because when I finally met Chris I found out he’s and awesome dude who’s got a knack for building rails and then showing them who’s boss on his wakeboard. He was the mastermind behind the Wake Farm, a legendary wake park that has since seen its last session (which we were there for; keep an eye out for some footy this fall), but Chris has got some new stuff up his sleeve near Greenville, NC and from what I’ve heard, it’s going to be awesome. He just started a little blog where you can see the progress at the park, so check it out and bookmark it, because I have a feeling that you’re all going to want to see what goes down at this place. Tim Boyer goes out there quite a bit and he calls me all the time saying it’s going to be the coolest thing that NC wakeboarding has ever seen. Check it out:

www.eastcoastwake.blogspot.com

Before I go, I want it to be known that I absolutely DO NOT condone anyone calling the town of Greenville¬† “G-Vegas,” but I had to come up with a title and that’s all I could think of. Do as I say, not as I do, children.

Progress…

Posted in News on August 13, 2009 by telepromptedanthems

Barnes Edit

Well, we’ve had a big past couple days around here…we’ve officially moved into the post-production stage of our new project. Of course, we’re not really out of production yet, but that’s a minor detail and who really cares about those anyway?

As you’ll see above, I’ve started editing Barnes’ section and the rest of the crew is soon to follow. Keep your eyes and ears open because it won’t be too long before we unleash all the details about this whole damn video and you know that you don’t want to be the last person on your block to get the scoop.

New Profile Pics!

Posted in Random with tags , on August 6, 2009 by telepromptedanthems

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As some of you may or may not know, the Atlas Wake Series blew through Smith Mountain Lake a while back. My recollection of the event is fuzzy at best, so I’m psyched that Jason Hudson was around to document things. Dude’s been shooting with the crew down in Wilmington for just about a year now and he’s gotten some pretty awesome stuff of everyone. So much awesome stuff in fact, that Jason is pretty much the official Facebook Profile Picture Supplier to Teleprompted Anthems. I’m rocking a new profile pic from that weekend and it makes me look way cooler than I’ll ever be in real life, so thanks Jason.

Here’s a little taste of the stuff he got that weekend at SML. If you want to see more, check out his photo gallery of the event at Alliancewake.com or head on over to his website, Jkellerphotography.com. He’s got a ton of wake stuff on there, plus surfing, motocross, really hot girls, and a bunch of other pretty photography stuff.

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PS – That last shot is of Lake Norman’s very own¬† Stephen Pierce. Dude straight up killed it at SML and walked away with a first place in Open. For the past few days, Clay, Ronnie and Barnes have been at my house in Davidson trying to get some shots for the video and Stephen has been nice enough to let us use his boat for filming and riding. Thanks Broseph!