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Sports and music have always had an intertwined relationship. Athletes want to be rock stars, and vice versa. Baseball, of all the sports, may have the greatest connection of all with music. There were odes written to greats like Babe Ruth and …
IN FULL FLIGHT 2 hours ago
It's taken local Americana folk outfit Canary 
 in the Coalmine more than five years to 
 release their debut album. This wouldn't seem like a big deal, except the sextet fronted by songwriters Jessica Pounds and Sandy Wicker has been garnering …
FULLY TANKED Wednesday, March 25
Every now and again, I like to catch up with Josh Jubinsky and his literal garage distribution business Dead Tank (deadtankrecords.bandcamp.com and deadtankrecords.com). Since I’ve known the …
The forward-thinking musician brings his singular style to Northeast Florida
Or, How to Transcend Earthly Rock 'n' Roll Concerns with frontman Michael Gira
SYNTH YOU ASKED Wednesday, March 25
New Orleans synth-poppers Prom Date sound like the de facto electronic offspring of early ’80s new wave bands like New Order and Soft Cell, or even an amped-up, updated version of Computer …
DAY ON THE GREEN Wednesday, March 25
Springtime is here and that can mean only one thing for us Folio Weekly staffers: crippling allergy attacks and subsequent antihistamine abuse. When we’re not coughing, sneezing and sniffling …
21st-CENTURY CHANTEUSE Wednesday, March 25
Acclaimed contemporary jazz singer Sara Gazarek is well known for delivering strong interpretations of jazz standards and even pop hits (like her savvy blending of The Beatles’ …
WHOLE LOTTA SOUL Wednesday, March 18
In the late ’60s and early ’70s, Mavis Staples was a key voice in her family band, The Staple Singers. With their gospel-driven hits like “I’ll Take You There” and civil …
Neo-blues rockers survive legal battles and the rigors of the road to maintain their swagger