1. "Gumby Dance" Lyric Video

    This song was inspired by former Crawdaddy, Chris Snyder, who Kraig thinks looks like Gumby. Kraig imagined Chris becoming trapped in Gumby's shape, unable to escape.

    Kraig Greff: composer, accordion, electric piano & Hammond
    Jacquie Greff: writer, animator
    Brian Forte: vocals
    Debbie Kirkland: background vocals
    Guitar: Chris Huntington
    Drums: Rod Gross
    Bass: Dan Hones
    Images: Shutterstock

  2. City Line Kids Video Snapshot

    From City Line Kids' April 1, 2017 performance at the Baltimore Eagle.

  3. The Crawdaddies, "Life of Riley"

    The Crawdaddies perform their song, Life of Riley, composed by Chris Huntington. The performance is at a private party for one of the world's most pampered dogs and select friends. A neighborhood stray watches through the patio door. When a guest leaves and the door is accidentally left ajar, the stray and pampered princess meet. But, which way do they go - in or out?
    Video by Tonal Vision, Jacquie Greff, producer.

  4. Colada "Clean"

    Colada "Clean" from Cold Shoulder CD, Landshark Recording
    Producer/Videographer: Jacquie Greff

  5. Kraig Greff "The Trooper" on Accordion

    Kraig B. Greff performs a parody of the original heavy metal Iron Maiden song on accordion (youtu.be/X4bgXH3sJ2Q).

    Kraig Greff: arranger/performer
    Frank Ayd: audio engineer
    Frank L. Tybush V: video concept & direction
    Jacquie Greff: producer, videographer/editor
    Ginger & Joey Greff: battle scene
    Trooper/Kraig head adapted by FLTV

  6. "Sip Your Coffee" Lyric Video

    "Sip Your Coffee" was originally composed for the independent film, "The Gift" a film by Alex Genievsky, and this video is reedited from that filming, with the lyrics added recently. Thanks to Frank Tybush for his suggestions regarding this video, especially for the idea to feature Tami Lee Santimyer signing in ASL throughout.

    "The Gift" is a story of kindness, tragicomedy, communication barriers and love. It centers around a couple, Iron (a hearing musician) and Tara (a deaf dancer). Iron rescues Tara from a train accident and falls in love with her. But it is a star-crossed love because Tara expects Iron to understand her by learning to sign, and this is something he finds difficult. The film also sheds light on American Sign Language and some technology (Cochlear Implant) that is controversial in the Deaf community. The plot ends with a tragicomic twist turning upside down the relationship between Tara and Iron.

    Total play time: 53 minutes
    Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen
    Language: English
    Subtitles & Captions: English

    The film stars Steven Quinn as Iron, Tami Lee Santimyer as Tara and Daniel Wyland as Carb. It was produced by Alexander Genievsky, Jacqueline Greff and Frank Tybush. A complete list of credits is available at: tonalvision.com/indiefilm/the-...

    Watch online at: vimeo.com/ondemand/thegift
    Official web site: universalsignentertainment.wor...
    Facebook page: facebook.com/pages/The-Gi...

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