Sherman Oaks 2016
Display playlist below.
Lights on Display 2016
This year I kept the "Lights, Camera, Christmas!" theme as seen on "The Great Christmas Light Fight" from last season, but all new music has been added to the show. Just when I thought I was running out of some fresh new songs, I scoured the music sites and found some great new tunes by independent artists. Also, I'm now able to choose music featuring a male and female duet, as Frosty has new singing partner named Crystal. They warm up the night with their holiday harmonies. Crystal is now available at seasonsgreeters.net.
Once again, the Pix-Z-Tree is a combination of my original Z-Tree with a pixel matrix hovering about 6" above the surface. It's a blend of the traditional and modern combined together to create a very three dimensional look. The tree is controlled by Madrix, which is triggered by Lightorama. The show took a few months to program, and 15 days of set-up. After last year's mad scramble to get the show ready for the GCLF, I had the luxury of coasting in to the public premiere of the show. This year was a different story, I worked up to the premiere with only a few moments to spare. I'm very happy with this year's new addition, and fun new tracks! I really hope you enjoy the show!
The display was also featured on CNET.