Path Pedaler is a "BairBones" Production
Dan Harmon (Creator-Director-Camera Operator): Path Pedaler is the dream-child of Dan Harmon. Dan is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades! Dan has worked as a machinist; he owns and operates Harmon Hardwoods, a custom cabinet shop; and he has worked in the music business for about thirty years. This type of production is very new to Dan, so, he enlisted the help of some knowledgeable friends and Path Pedaler was born. Dan has stepped into the roll of director and camera operator, both of which he finds challenging and exciting.
Jo Monte (Host & Writer):
Gary "Bones" Bonam (Audio Video Editor-Music-Camera Operator): Bones Bonam has been a professional musician since 1964. His first experience as a studio engineer/musician was in 1973. He started as a video editor in 1985 with Henry J. Productions and work at Channel 67 in Cleveland. Bones has worked with various musical acts -- too many to count! He has sat in with people like Lonnie Mack (The Wham Man), who was one of Stevie Ray Vaughn's friends and favorites. Bones worked with Lonnie's brother, Billy, for several years, way back when! He has been working with Bruce Uher at MultiMedia-Interactive for the last 15 years on videos for people like Charlie Daniels and Confederate Railroad.
Uher (Website): Founder and owner, of MultiMedia-Interactive is
a pioneer in the interactive business and started the business back
in 1985 creating marketing materials for small businesses, corporations
and major country and rock artists. This was back in an age where
the computer revolution was just in its beginning stages and a thing
called the internet wasn't even introduced to the general public.
He started programming computers at the age of twelve when he had
and Atari game and was fascinated by the games and wanted to figure
out how to create them. He started on a Tandy Model 1 which was the
first computer Radio Shack ever sold. This was back in the day where
you just didn't go to the store and buy software you had to write
it. As time passed he moved up through the different models of Tandy
computers including the Color Computer and programmed the OS9 Operating
System which NASA still uses today. He bought his first IBM Compatible
PC that came on the market and the computer world was about to change.