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- Oregon Music News Video - Norman Sylvester on the meaning of “Fine as Frog Hair” among other things. Interview for Oregon Music News. www.oregonmusicnews.com on May 26, 2011 in Portland Oregon.
- Norman Sylvester with Designer Visuals - Norman Sylvester Band accompanied by Reo Varnado on vocals, with music visualization graphics by Johan at Designer Visuals (designervisuals.com). Filmed on location at Candlelight Cafe and Bar, March 19, 2011.
- Sarah Billings interviews Norman Sylvester - I got a chance to have one of Portland’s well respected blues musicians take time to say hi to Sarah Billings Fan. Norman Sylvester, aka Boogie Cat, has been a long time mentor and friend to many musicians including Patrick Lamb, LaRhonda Steele, Gretchen Mitchell, myself and many others. Take a minute to get to […]
- Live on Oregon Art Beat - First Broadcast: 2008 Producer: Vince Patton Appeared in episodes: 10-Year Retrospective, Blues Musician Norman Sylvester, Glass Artist David Schwarz, Blues Musician Norman Sylvester, Elizabeth Leach, Painter Arne Westerman, Right Brain Initiative
- People Get Ready - Boogie Cat preaches to his community / People Get Ready at Waterfront Blues Festival 2011 Portland,O
- The Norman Sylvester Band – Live at Clyde’s - The Norman Sylvester Band playing at Clyde’s Prime Rib Restaurant. This outstanding blues band know how to deliver a great performance and as you can see in the video, there was a party going on!! This is definitely a Portland, Oregon band that needs recognition!!
- What I Say – A Tribute To Ray Charles - Norman Sylvester sings “What I Say” with the Ray Charles Tribute at the Portland Art Museum!
- Having a party for David Mackay at Halibut’s II - Having a party for David Mackay right after his surgery.
- Fine As Frog Hair - Performed at the Positively Entertainment & Dining 34th Anniversary party at The New Copper Penny Pantheon Ballroom.
- “Please Come Home for Christmas” - Patrick Lamb and Norman Sylvester perform “Please Come Home for Christmas.”