September 8, 2018 | Posted in: The Real World

 

Calpurnia, featuring Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard, played the Fillmore in San Francisco, California.  My daughter attended and is putting in work rendering YouTube videos.  Here’s my attempt to help her out.

Mikey, the awkward kid, playing Dungeons and Dragons in his mother’s basement with his equally awkward friends, uncover a secret government facility, befriend a runaway with serious superpowers, and defeat the Gorgon, temporarily, in Netflix’s smash, perhaps surprising hit, Stranger Things.  The cast, led by a rejuvenated Winona Ryder, also featured David Harbour as the at-first skeptical law enforcement officer, Millie Bobbie Brown as the telekinetic Eleven, with Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Noah Schnapp as Mikey’s triumvirate of friends battling the Upside-Down.

Well, Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mikey, has a band called Calpurnia.  Who knew?  My daughter has been a huge fan of the show, even dressing as Eleven for Halloween and with the all the bank she makes being a lifeguard, she went with her best friend.  And, judging from the video, made friends along the way.

Calpurnia songs, including Wasting Time, Louie, Waves, Blame, Greyhound and City Boy, were performed during the show.  Fast forward the video to around the four-minute mark to view the concert clips of Calpurnia’s show at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Saturday, 25 August 2018.

Someday, you’ll have a video with way more hits than the video below.  14,000.

Tag your videos sweet potata.  When you’re uploading the videos to YouTube, take the time to write decent descriptions, especially tags like Calpurnia and San Francisco show for your video about the concert.  Google helps drive people to your channel and video, and that’s what this blog post is about, helping you get hits.

And, of course, it’s about you because you’re my daughter and I love you.  I want you to keep creating because you should be more confident, your YouTube videos are put together extremely well.

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