I’m going to close out our online coverage of this year’s National Biodiesel Conference with one more post on Emily Richards and Jason Brock. The photo is from one of the screens that was displaying them during their time on stage at the conference.
Emily announced that she and Jason have been working on a music project since last year’s conference. They’re using a service called CCMixster and have published the first of three albums. This first one is available for a free download right now. It’s already on my iPhone.
Emily says they wanted to create an album of music on biodiesel. They created a project called, “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Remix” or R4. They had about 50 musical contributions from the CCMixter community. The Brown album is the first of what will now be 3 albums. You can learn more about how the R4 project worked with this link.
After the final general session concluded I interviewed Emily and Jason along with CCMixster member Bob Nunnally. Jason describes the CCMixster community and how it fits in well with the biodiesel community.
You can listen to Emily’s comments about the new album project and their performance of one of the songs, Harmony, here: [audio:http://www.zimmcomm.biz/nbb/nbc-10-harmony.mp3]
You can listen my interview with Emily, Jason and Bob here: [audio:http://www.zimmcomm.biz/nbb/nbc-10-brown-album.mp3]