The Stage 32 Videos: Ann Arbor

2020 May The Brook Be Between Us

Back between 1990-1992, I lived in Brookside Apartments in Ann Arbor, Michigan as I earned my MSEE from the University of Michigan. Revisited that soothing stream today, and I hope its 33 seconds brings a bit of solemn solace.

Brian Shell pipe organ at St Francis of Assisi

Author of over 30 books and a University of Michigan graduate, Brian Shell plays improv blues pipe organ in Ann Arbor's Saint Francis of Assisi - his home parish.

Ark Ann Arbor 2019

20 years since arriving in Ann Arbor aboard an Amtrak Train from Los Angeles, Brian Shell is pleased with the renovations made to The Ark in 2019.

1958 Austin Healey white and red

19 seconds of a truly cool car on a hot summer day in Ann Arbor, Michigan for the Rolling Sculpture Car Show 2019. Filmed by Brian Shell.

Dedicated to Dad - Car Show Collage - Rolling Sculpture

Filmed at the 25th annual Rolling Sculpture Car Show in Ann Arbor by Brian Shell... for his father.

FLW Guggenheim Drawings

Brian's visit to Domino's Farms in Ann Arbor revealed conceptual drawings of the Guggenheim Museum and a bronze sculpture of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Brian Shell at The Big House

A 7-second traffic light stop provides a sunroof delightful Ann Arbor sight. Go Blue! Glad to be a University of Michigan alum.

Rolling Thunder piano by Brian Shell at St Francis

"Rolling Thunder" is the title of this powerful piano piece played by Brian Shell at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Ann Arbor with its wonderful blue stained glass in the background.

Brian Shell explains Eat Some Vegetables and its film references…

After its 10/1/18 mention by Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, all the in-references of Eat Some Vegetables are described in Matthaei Botanical Garden - Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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