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Once upon a time, local boy Bass was a hell-raiser, of that upper echelon caliber of the spit-in-your-eye and shout-you-down kind.
Kind Of A … 5 days ago
He's a rapper whose faith informs his music, but as he told CCM Magazine, "I just sit down and write like anybody else.
To say that the band was ubiquitous would be an understatement.
Rain or Shine Wednesday, June 13
A-pickin' and a-grinnin', as well as singin', strummin', dancin'-country music non-pareil in NEFLa, this outdoor festival by the sea is an all-day event that'll get your boots stompin' or your flips
Waking Dream Wednesday, June 13
Underneath the effervescence of La Luz's effervescent surf-rock lies an electrical charge-a roiling undercurrent of global pop and psychedelia that's both haunting and heartbreaking.
Blaze of Glory Wednesday, June 13
Stacey Bennett is the busiest musician in Northeast Florida.
Rock The Mic Wednesday, June 6
Watch or if you think you have the chops, participate, in this open mic cypher for Emcees. But remember: No cursin on the mic! Original beats provided by Darren Roberts and Bluff Gawd, hosted By Mal …
Summer Sounds Wednesday, June 6
If the thought of family bands conjures thoughts of identically dressed, saccharine-sweet, synced-up children of the corn choruses, then press the mental pause button.
Many musicians say they go into making albums without trying to pursue any certain sound or direction, preferring to let the songs come out and determine what musical shape the album takes.
To the Top Thursday, May 31
For some of us, the opening chords of ZZ Top's "La Grange" inspire a spur-of-the-moment road trip to NYC in an ancient Jeep Wagoneer, augmented by lots of, ahem, smokable medicines.