Video

Neighbors

What would the neighbors say? This is Back Porch Buddha. Audio is live; video recorded on the front porch. The song is from the live CD The Incredible Adventures of Back Porch Buddha.


Close Enough

Here's a well-worn ode to questionable decisions made just a few minutes before closing time. Recorded live at The Brickyard in Old Town in Wichita, Kansas. May 8, 2015.


Goodbye Kiss

We recorded this when we played The Brickyard. Please take note of Dennis’ National Triolian resonator mandolin. Dennis says” “It can kill a banjo with its bare hands.”


Two Flattop Guitars

Back Porch Buddha performs "Two Flattop Guitars" in a campsite road jam and on Stage 5 at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield KS, September 2009. This edition of Back Porch Buddha features songwriter Bryan Masters and ace guitarist Dennis Hardin, joined by our sometimes-Buddhist buddy from St. Louis, Tom Wolf on bass.


Mona Rigby's Houseboat

Back Porch Buddha performing live for Currency Exchange on KMUW's Strange Currency with host Jedd Beaudoin.


September 14, 1966

Back Porch Buddha performing live for Currency Exchange on KMUW's Strange Currency with host Jedd Beaudoin.


You Again

Back Porch Buddha performing live for Currency Exchange on KMUW's Strange Currency with host Jedd Beaudoin.


Abbey Road Suite

Performed and recorded at Cabaret Old Town in Wichita KS on June 3, 2007. This was performed during the recording of the live album The Incredible Adventures of Back Porch Buddha. On this evening, the band included bassist Jon Probst, Digital Boy recording artist Steve Hatfield on drums and backing vocalists Barney Byard and Shalen Scheltgen.