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Sublime & Spiritual Thursday, May 31
Music writer Nick McGregor once said that in order to fully appreciate the finger-style guitar playing of the multitalented Pacetti, one "has to see it to believe it."
Drop the Needle Wednesday, May 30
Capitalism is a strange thing, and market forces often work in defiance of anyone's pretenses of "expertise." The music industry is a case in point; a cursory glance at the charts on any given day …
This City Swings Wednesday, May 23
The extraordinary annual music event brings our community together! This year's line-up is especially exciting, since it includes (among many others) Trombone Shorty, Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra …
All that Jazz (and more) Wednesday, May 23
In 50 years, we're going to look back on the 2010s as the decade of the festival.
Easy, Breezy, Beautiful Wednesday, May 23
 This year's Jacksonville Jazz Festival looks to be bigger and, in some ways, better than ever.
Teaching Through It All Wednesday, May 9
Wynonna & the Jacksonville Symphony
Sacred and Remembered Wednesday, May 9
Not one sparrow forgotten
The Elemental Approach Wednesday, May 9
Alfie Jurvanen’s Bahamas project has become more nuanced and authentic
Folk Soul Wednesday, May 2
A partner of Romanza Festivale of the Arts, this celebration honors NEFla boy Rogers' folk/balladry legacy, one that rivals Dylan's for pith and lyricism (some say Rogers is easier on the eyes).
John Cooper, frontman of Skillet, usually likes to listen to his band's albums-something many musicians try to avoid for any number of reasons, such as not liking the way their voice sounds, or they …