Milwaukee Record is proud to introduce “Public Domain.” The video series will feature Milwaukee musicians setting up at Colectivo’s new Back Room performance space at its Prospect Avenue cafe to adapt some of the world’s best-known songs in ways they’ve never been heard before.

The first installment brings Joseph Huber (and band) to The Back Room to perform “Oh Shenandoah,” a 19th century folk song that, as coincidence would have it, is actually a regular fixture in Huber’s live shows. The video was shot, recorded, and edited by Cheston Van Huss of Effigy Media (with additional camera support by Emry Brisky). Travis Whitty produced the opening sequence. Public Domain is sponsored by Colectivo Coffee Roasters.

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