Austin's Bob Schneider and Ben Foster produce one of first ever iPhone 4 professional music videos

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One of the first ever professional music videos filmed entirely on the iPhone 4 debuts from the creative bedrock of the heart of Texas—and it’s high class!

Bob Schneider, the true Austin musician, and the imaginatively resourceful filmmaker, Ben Foster, produced “Till Someone Catches a Feeling,” a glowing and charismatic tune shot in Texas, New York and Los Angeles.

Directed and edited by Ben Foster of Fosterfilm Productions, the video successfully crosses the threshold of a creative new media that ingeniously complements an inspired song.

Foster cleverly balanced Schneider with actors Olivia Draguicevich, Sahara Smith, Erine Ivey, Peter Plano, Karl Anderson, Billy Harvey and Elizabeth Trieu.

Anderson, who easily wears a tough-guy sinister façade, lets loose with welcoming warmth; while Harvey, normally baring a serious and sensitive soul, perfectly plays a whimsically spirited chauffer.

Bob Schneider proves to be a limitless singer-songwriter with “musical influences spread into the far reaches of musical culture—funk, soul, folk, lounge, rap, punk, even some melodic experimental-ism.”

Some of Schneider’s songs have appeared in movie soundtracks such as “Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood” and “All About Steve.”

He has toured with Dave Matthews Band, Dixie Chicks, Sheryl Crow and Bowling for Soup.

Schneider has won 24 Austin Music Awards including 2009-2010 Band of the Year, Musician of the Year, Song of the Year (40 Dogs), Album of the Year (Lovely Creatures) and Male Vocalist of the Year.

Foster is currently completing the final sound mix of his first full length motion picture, Strings.

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