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As we get older, we start to really overthink things.  We become cautious and step gingerly after much contemplation.  It seems that the days of our youth where jumping into things with a fearless mentality of riding the moment...
A hot, sticky and sometimes stormy Saturday, October 6 didn't stop Folkfest St. Pete from taking place at Albert Whitted Park near the bayfront in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida.  I went there to check out a couple of acts...
Susanna Hoffs entered the quaint Atlanta venue known as Eddie’s Attic from the same door the full house of fans did Monday night and walked subtly to the stage and said, “Hello, this is our first show on the...
In an area referred to as Little Five Points in Atlanta, Georgia in the music venue Variety Playhouse, Elle King brought her music to life with a gutsy, powerful and “not the faint of heart” performance.
Movie Review:  Ricki and the Flash  (PG-13)
Kat Perkins is a musician which most of us know from the show, ‘The Voice’; before that she spent her time playing a variety of venues. Undeniably she has a good voice and good music that will lead to a long and successful career in music. Kat Perkins' album Drive is a hard hitting rock ’n’ roll album! This eight track album is a rock lover’s good vibration of music and will become a staple in any collection. The different beats and melodies provided from guitars and drums along with the raspy and sexy vocals from Kat Perkins will make one drool. This will quickly become a favorite for many. Let’s break it down a little.
July 13, 2013 was one of those typical summertime days in St. Petersburg, Florida. One in which lots of heat and humidity spawned the kind of weather most often associated with that city and the entire Tampa Bay region...
A hot Atlanta weekend in May was the setting to hear wonderful music from a variety of genres. This year’s Shaky Knees Festival did it right with a perfect mix of local, hometown artists as well as those from across the US and even some international bands to complete their lineup. Some of these artists included The Whiskey Gentry, ZZ Ward, and Nikki Lane. These truly talented individuals rocked the stages at Shaky Knees and were greeted with great rounds of applause with crowd members singing and dancing in the aisles.
Singer, songwriter Emily Hearn played to a standing room only crowd on a beautiful Thursday night at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia. Playing a venue like the famed Eddie’s Attic is like playing a hometown show, so to speak, for Emily. While currently residing in Athens, GA, Emily, originally from Griffin, GA, considers the Atlanta region home, with a solid local fan base that continues to grow nationally with each performance.
You don't hear much about female guitar instrumentalists, but one who has caught my attention is Aleks Sever.  A fixture on the Los Angeles music scene for nearly a decade, Aleks has taken styles from the likes of Prince...