Ever wanted to be in a music video? Your chance happens Sunday, May 20.

Our good friends the Doug Walhberg Band are filming a video for their new song, "Love, The Revolution"  in downtown Danbury. All are welcome to take part by meeting up at the CityCenter bandshell on the Green at 10 AM. If you have a cause or concern that's important to you, please bring a sign, and please keep it positive. The band said in a statement on Facebook:

The song’s positive message expresses the need for peace, love and unity for all in these turbulent times. The goal is to have a large group of supporters who also wish to convey this message through their attendance and the use of visual props such as hand held signs conveying their individual concerns or hopes. If you wish to attend and would like to use signage, we ask that your message be a positive and one pertaining to the subject matter at hand. Participants will be asked to sign a release, as this video will go public on internet platforms such as YouTube, other social networks and media.

Doug and the band were the house band at the Ethan and Lou 10th Anniversary Special last year at the Ridgfield Playhouse last year, and everything they do is top notch. To give you a sense of the high quality of their music and video, here's their most recent single, "Love When It Rains."

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