Linda Gail Lewis Rocks my
Convertible Rebel Machine in Video
My 1968 Rebel convertible 'Machine' was used by country & western star
Linda Gail Lewis for a video shoot done here in Houston Studios downtown. As
before, the late Chuck Singleton liked my cars I drove up to the sports bar
Scoreboard, and they were looking for a muscle car to do a video for Linda's
upcoming album. The song was extremely catchy called 'I'd Rather
& Rock & Roll' and a series of stills of the actual video are shown
here from the studio. However! If you would like to see the whole video it is
or search for "Linda
Gail Lewis I'd Rather Stay Home & Rock & Roll"!
The shoot took 3-4 days, I simply left my car down there and they filmed
around it as needed, a cop pulled her over (they weren't really moving!) and
she flirted with him and got tossed in jail, don't want to give whole thing
away, go look at the whole song and video. It was fun, she is a classy lady
and I regret not getting her autograph whole time even though we talked a
number of times!
Special thanks to arcticboy Bob Wilson for capturing the stills!