The Hoedown bonus section from VG19 East Coast VG2.
Classic section, featuring Dustin Latimer, Brian Shima, Alex Soto, Mike Murda Johnson, Abdiel Coldberg, Josh Obert, Tyler Shields, Louie Zamora, Gonzo, Clark Kirkman, Jeff Stockwell, Randy Marino, Sam Fogerty, Frankie Morales, Lonnie Gallegos, Brian Hamm, Dustin Halleran, Aaron Feinberg, Chris Haffey & more!
I think about this section all the time, skated those rails today… Always blows me away. - John Lyke.
Featuring: ‘IMYTA SF Show Down, Time is Money’.
The third in a growing series of real street competitions held by pro skater Jon Julio. This time we find ourselves in Escondido for an out battle among the top street pros during the ASR weekend.
The coverage takes you behinds the scenes and captures exclusive industry leader interviews right alongside the competitors. Josh Petty makes history at his old stomping grounds while picking up a cool 2000 dollars. You will not find better coverage of what happened that glorious day in Esco.
VG19ECVG2: This is our annual tribute to the east side of the states. VG covers much more ground this time around with several tours popping off at once. Life life on the road via vans, clubs, hotels, and breakdowns. VH has hired secret agent James Reetski for the assignment, guest director of Dre’s P file.
Unbelievable filming and editing is high on the list this issue. Drive with us through the dirty south all the way through to the twin cities and 10,000 lakes. Plenty of flavor from guest host “super hick” Kevin Dowling.
East Coast VG is something we strongly feel will change the way people view rolling on the strong side. This is the anti coverage you never see in print! VG has it, full blown for ya! Untapped talent, and spots that will hype you to skate. Raw! Fid man. Thanks for the support!
Est. 1993. Co-directors: Chris Majette, Daive Paine.
Introducing Puppets of Destiny, the fourth issue of the world’s only videomagazine series dedicated exclusively to street and vert skating.
VG4 is a tribute to the entire sport and all those who are a part of it. In each issue there is a theme with Videogroove being an introduction, VG2 18 Days being the trek across America’s underground skate scene, VG3’s Not a Word speaking for itself, and now Puppets of Destiny leave you to figure it out.
Puppets of Destiny is your guide to life, even years later when the tricks have progressed and the sport has evolved VG4 will be a video you can always go back to remember why it is that you skate. From the music, to the skaters to the filming, there is a message in every minute and we hope you read it loud and clear.
The Blade Museum posted the first episode of Videogroove online. Check Theblademuseum.com for more oldschool goodies.
Music: “Remember Me (Original Mix)” by Blue Boy.