Goes To Twelve is Mark Lee’s internet home for his creative and technical projects. It’s also where he keeps his personal blog, where he writes about his travels, posts pictures, and otherwise keeps you informed of his adventures.
For the second year in a row, Overthinking It produced a series of videos reviewing the songs of the Eurovision song competition, and for the second year in a row, I managed to review the song that wound up winning the whole thing. Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to Conchita Wurst of Austria:
You can see my review of last year’s winner here.
UPDATE: Concert has been postponed to a future date TBD. Stay tuned…
Over the years, I’ve had the immense privilege of making music with the incredibly talented singer Mike Delouis. Finally, he has the chance to shine on his own.
Friends in the New York City area are invited to his concert on Saturday, April 26, 7 PM, at St. Saviour’s Church in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Admission is free; there will be a free will donation to support Mike’s first album recording, which will hopefully launch him towards music stardom!
I will be accompanying Mike on piano and guitar.
More information available on the Facebook event invitation.
For a taste of what’s to come, check out these videos of some of Mike’s past performances:
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The Highline Chamber Orchestra is my brother-in-law’s contemporary/pop/casual string ensemble, and I’ve had the pleasure of photographing three of their performances: In the Highline Park, October 6, 2013: At their fall concert, November 15, 2013: And most recently, at their … Continue reading
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In June-July 2013, I spent a little over two weeks Europe and took well over one thousand pictures. Here are just fifteen of the best from a trip that spanned four countries: Italy, Malta, Austria, and Germany. Enjoy!
In the weeks leading up to the 2013 Eurovision song contest, Overthinking It created a video series that reviewed all 39 entries and, not coincidentally, attracted the ire of 39 European countries.
I was lucky enough to have reviewed the song that wound up winning it all, “Only Teardrops” by Emmelie de Forest from Denmark. Watch the video here:
And watch the rest of our Eurovision videos on our YouTube channel. Read the comments on those videos, if you dare.