Updates

Although we’ve been a little absent from the website over the last few weeks, it just means that we’ve been super busy working on the movie. Below are some photos from our recent shoots…

Missy and Zeebo sitting on the green box
Momma filming Zeebo on his bike
Momma films Zeebo and Missy atop the green box
Muck records Willie “Too Big” Hall doing some narration
Muck and Ricky lining up the drone
Momma and Ricky lining up a drone shot while Zeebo coordinates the plan
Zeebo came across a rattlesnake while riding his bike through the forest
Missy and Zeebo are great friends
Zeebo, Missy and Momma on set
Fun day on set with (left to right) Ricky Greenway, Jonathan Priest, Mckenzie Houston, Nathan Cox, Amy LaVere, Muck Sticky, and Momma (taking photo).

The General Store

Keith Sykes, Willie “Too Big” Hall, and Muck Sticky have formed a group called “The General Store” and will be performing a special acoustic show on Saturday, May 27th at 901Fest in Memphis as their characters from the movie “Dig That, Zeebo Newton”. This is an exclusive performance you won’t want to miss! Visit MemphisInMay.org for details…

Just another Tuesday in Memphis…

Made some more amazing music/movie history yesterday in the Nutbush area of Memphis on the set of our new movie “Dig That, Zeebo Newton” with Henry Goodman, Lil Wyte, Wendell Spencer, and the Oscar-winning Frayser Boy. Many thanks to Ricky Greenway, Wade Long, and Steven Kitchens for their help, and many thanks to Billy & Michelle Pounds for being so hospitable and allowing us to film there. Another outstanding day of movie-making…

Oh Boy!

Shot an amazing scene Sunday with the legendary Al Kapone, who plays the role of Larry in our movie ‘Dig That, Zeebo Newton’. He is an amazing artist with many talents, and I am honored he shared them with us. Many thanks to Keith and Jerene Sykes for being so welcoming and allowing us to film at their place, and to my bro Ricky Greenway for his behind-the-scenes help. This project has some amazing people involved in it, and I am truly grateful to everyone…

One of the coolest moments in my life and career thus far took place this past Wednesday in a scene where Jerry “The King” Lawler grabbed me by the scruff of the neck and yelled in my ear. I’m still flabbergasted that he plays the role of Sheriff Dickson in our new movie “Dig That, Zeebo Newton”. It’s a true honor to work with this legendary guy…