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Concentric: Flagship Romance Duo Celebrates New Album Release & Tour

After trading in palm trees and ocean waves for desert sunsets and mountain peaks, Flagship Romance is coming full circle with new music and two hometown shows to celebrate the release of their new album “Concentric.” The husband and wife duo and will perform two shows held March 22-23 at in before launching an 8-month tour in support of the record. And what better way to send new music out into the universe than sharing it with the family, friends and fans who helped make it all possible? “We are so excited we can’t even contain ourselves. We’ve only played …

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Flagship Romance, Photo by Miguel Emmanueli

Flagship Romance on Victory, Loss, and Magic

It’s difficult to find a silver lining with a hurricane bearing down. Sitting alone in an empty apartment, , one half of the harmonic duo , was struggling to cope with the anxiety that only a category four hurricane can bring. He needed a task, something to occupy his restless mind and calm his fraying nerves that shivered with the howling wind. He decided to write. “Up until that point, I’d had little moments where I would talk about my anxiety in song form, but that was a moment for me. I was having a panic attack, and it was …

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Wearing Music Like a Charm: Jordyn Jackson’s Handplayed Handmade Guitar String Jewelry

Life on the road as a traveling musician is good for the soul. It can open windows to new experiences, create lasting connections and inspire discovery right at the fingertips. As one half of the acoustic folk duo , is fortunate to share it all with her partner in marriage and music, . Together, the pair travel the country, playing intimate venues and house concerts, leaving a piece of their hearts in every city.   Handplayed Handmade is the jewelry collection crafted by Jackson using upcycled guitar strings with beads and semi-precious stones gathered along the journey. It allows her …

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When Every Drop Counts: Musicians Gather for Clean Water Music Fest IV

Clean water changes everything. Every day, 4,100 children die because of waterborne illness in regions like Ethiopia, Rwanda, Mali, and Niger. Women and children walk hours upon hours every day to collect water that inevitably makes them sick. Families must decide how much of their precious water supply they want to use daily for bathing, cooking, cleaning, and drinking. Another issue critical to conditions in developing nations is sanitation, which is also addressed by charity: water projects. When basic health information and sanitation is provided in these communities, young women are finally able to go to school after they hit …

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