William Haun - Writer

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William Haun is an award-winning freelance photographer whose passion lies in international travel and photography. He has photographed well-known bands such as Willie Nelson, Coldplay, Fun. and Bon Iver.

A member of the video artist collective Interlace Video, he also creates music videos for his favorite artists and labels. You can find some of his work on Asthmatic Kitty's "Encyclopedia Asthmatica Vol. 1" DVD as well as online at www.interlacevideo.com.

William Haun's Latest Contributions

Ryan Adams Covers 80s Heavy Metal Band Ratt

The alt-country legend lets his love of heavy metal shine in a gorgeous acoustic rendition of the hair metal band’s hit “Round and Round”

Get THREADBARE, BROTHER’s Album for Free

Atlanta singer/songwriter Threadbare, Brother is giving away his latest album for FREE!… for two days only.

Hear BAD BOOKS cover The Fresh Prince!

Bad Books (members of Manchester Orchestra, Kevin Devine & The Goddamn Band) cover the theme to Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in an exclusive live recording from their show in Macon last year!

TheBlueIndian.com Recommends: A Light Goes On

You haven’t seen Christmas music like this! Trust us! Check it out…


John Mark talks about touring with David Crowder, his new album Economy, how he deals with criticism, and the importance of personal relationships.

VIDEOS: Alec Stanley Seven Reunion Show

Alec Stanley Seven marked their return to Macon and first and final reunion show on December 3rd at The 567. Members of the band split off to pursue school, join other bands, or move out of state. Things seemed to fizzle out right as they were taking off for the band, which made this reunion […]

Acoustic Alley: Last Year’s Men

Last Year’s Men gives us one of the most unique Alley videos of the year! Enjoy!

PHOTOS: Alec Stanley Seven, Oh Dorian, Scouts, Last Year’s Men – Live @ the 567

Saturday night marked TheBlueIndian.com’s LAST show of 2011. We’ve had an amazing year with everyone from David Dondero to Lost in the Trees to Sunglow to Eisley. We were thrilled to have Saturday’s show for more than a handful of reasons, the most prevalent being that our staff could start gearing up for the non-stop party that 2012 […]

Acoustic Alley: John Mark McMillan – “Murdered Son”

McMillan gives us a powerful acoustic version of “Murdered Son” off his latest record, Economy.