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The Birmingham channel: Down from Red Mountain

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Boz Scaggs Performs “Look What You’ve Done to Me” in May at the Lyric Theatre downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Sally Shelton.

Highlights from the 1992 game between Louisiana Tech and Alabama at Legion Field. From Bama Rewind.

A homemade look at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From The Airplane Channel.

New York Gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello performs “Saboteur Blues” in June at Iron City on Southside. From Mdash Evsky.

Blues jam at Ranelli’s Deli on Southside. From 6 String Mike.

Drone footage of Sloss Furnaces. From Jared White.

Music video for “Built Like This.” From New Alabama.

Tapping to “The Detectives” at March’s Showstopper competition at the Sheraton Birmingham. From Eagles Landing Dance Center Videos.

Lee Smith news photography reel for ABC-33/40. From Lee Smith.

Celine Dion performs in 2009 at the BJCC Arena. From Lydia Miranda.

BWB, made up of Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown, perform at June’s Steel City Jazz Festival in Linn Park downtown. From ZlenZ Media.

A glimpse of Birmingham Cars and Coffee in June at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Thesouthernkid115.

Hot pursuit along First Avenue South in Woodlawn. From Jeff McCord.

A paper prototyping exercise (our other vertical video of the week). From Josie Coffman.

Promo for the YMCA of Greater Birmingham’s Safety Around Water Initiative. From Birmingham YMCA.

Huntsville choreographer Brian Seth Johnson visits Woodlawn for an all-styles dance battle. From Brian Seth.

Highlights from June’s Superbike racing at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Chadd.

North Carolina rock/Americana band Avett Brothers perform “Paranoia in B-Flat Major” in 2012 at Boutwell Auditorium downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Guy Phillips.

Country singer Blake Shelton performs “Neon Light” in January at Iron City on Southside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Sally Shelton.

Nashville country group A Thousand Horses performs “Smoke” in April at Tin Roof in Lakeview. From Sally Shelton.

Time-lapse footage of the sunset from the West Valley Avenue area of Red Mountain. From DikByrd.

Finding veins in patients with an infrared headset. From Birmingham Alabama.

Birmingham group Iron Giant Percussion performs “six-five-four” in April at the Hoover Library Theatre. From Birmingham Art Music Alliance.

Nashville country singer-songwriter Brandy Clark performs “Crazy Women” in May at Tin Roof (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Sally Shelton.

Interview with Jonathan Nelson, general manager of the Birmingham Barons. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The Impact Memorial Day tour visits Birmingham, New Orleans and Houston. From Evan Hara.

Guitarist Buckethead performs in June at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Jay Burnham.

Drone footage of Mountainside Apartments on Southside. From Alan Diez.

More drone footage from the area.

Nashville singer Nikki Alva performs “I Still Believe” with her father Jay Franco y Su Orquesta in October at Fiesta in Linn Park. From Nikki Alva.

Meeting Hoover YouTube star Ricky Dillon. From Qveen Bree.

Hanging out in Five Points South (our final vertical video of the week). From Michael Tyus.

California-based singer-songwriter Gerardo Ortíz performs in June at El Mega Sol on Valley Avenue. From Jazmine Cruz.

Drone footage of Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Oxmoor Valley. From Brandon Redding, EyeSea.

Steve Hartline wins Regions Bank’s June Better Life Award. From Regions Financial.

How the Air National Guard refuels planes mid-flight. From 117th Air Refueling Wing.

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly performs at June’s Steel City Jazz Festival in Linn Park. From Jones Boys Promotions.

Chapel Hill tribute band Who’s Bad performs “Rock With You” in April at Iron City. From Michael L. Porter.

North Carolina band The Cloud of Unknowing performs in June in Five Points South. From the Cloud of Unknowing.

A hike at Red Mountain Park. From Matt Krantz.

British soul jazz guitarist Chris Standring performs “Ready Steady Flow” in June at the Carver Theatre downtown for Jazz in the Park. From Fast Freddy.

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