Saturday, December 20, 2008

The Road Home Soundtrack

The Road Home Soundtrack has just been added to the website here. Among the contibuting artists are Blame It On Society, Brady Alan Jones, and bluegrass band, Out and Runnin. Also contributing to the album is the film's director, Mark Smith.

Blame It On Society is J. Dodson's solo project which was originally nothing more than wanting to write "cheesy video game music". The project is helped along by derelict collaborators Evan Lee Arps (midi), Ellis Dee (guitar), Ivan Yakinov (special effects), and Dan Druff (drums). J.D. likes to hang out, write music, and rub shoulders with strange music-types in Phoenix, AZ and Nashville, TN. For more music from Blame It On Society, including the newly released Hyperdrive Motel,please visit Downloading for personal use is allowed and encouraged.

Brady Alan Jones is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville Tennessee. Invoking sounds of Merel Haggard and David Alan Coe, Brady Alan Jones is a reminder to what real country music should sound like. Visit to hear more from Brady Alan Jones.

Click HERE to listen.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

More Pictures from December 4th

On the phone with Tyson Smith before the show

Mark and Jeff before the show

The Road Home Q and A

Mark Smith

Jeffery L. Parks

Guests wait to see The Road Home

Aaron Smith arrives from California

Sunday, December 7, 2008

December 4th in Pictures

The Road Home plays at the Belcourt Theatre on december 4th, 2008

The Belcourt Theatre

Laura Clark

The Road Home plays in the 1925 Hall

Mark Smith, Deb Smith, Don Smith

Aaron Smith, Jeff Parks, Deb Smith

Mark Smith, Laura Clark

Friday, December 5, 2008

Thank you.

So, Dec. 4th has passed and I just wanted to share my feelings with all of you about this momentous event. It was a really exciting experience getting to show our film at the Belcourt, and I'm extremely thankful to everybody that showed up and donated their time and money to this film, and us. This has been a really awesome ride for me and knowing people liked the film was a validation for the past two years of work we've put into the film. It was a night I will always remember and I'm glad that I was able to share it with everybody involved in the film, as well as, you, the audience. It was a life-altering night for me. Please don't forget about us or the film, as the next few months roll on, and we will keep everyone posted regarding the film festivals and DVD availability. In closing, I love you all and The Road Home loves you all. Thank you again for... everything.


Mark Smith
Director, The Road Home

Thursday, December 4, 2008

December 4th is finally here...

After two and a half years, the time has come for everyone to share in the experience that has been The Road Home. Tonight, at the Belcourt Theatre at 7pm, is the Nashville screening of the movie. I would like to thank everyone that has shown interest in the project. Also a very special thanks to those of you who have been telling all your friends and getting the word out about this event. If you know anyone else, who might be interested in this project, or just anyone not doing anything tonight, let them know what's going on. In the mean time, have a great day, and I'll see you all tonight.

Jeffery L. Parks