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Keedron Bryant: Jax Teen Inspires Hope for Social Justice

If the last few months have shown us anything, it’s that we are capable of so much more than we ever thought possible. They have tested our resolve, pushed us to find strength and inspired us to do better, to be better even in the worst of times. These past few months have been a whirlwind for Keedron Bryant. The 13-year-old Jacksonville native recently inked a deal with Warner Records after sharing an emotional acappella performance on social media. The song “I Just Wanna Live” is a plea for social justice, spoken from the heart of a young man inspired …

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Iron & Wine by Sam Beam

Making a living from music was nothing more than a pipe dream for 39-year-old  at the turn of the 21st Century. Circa 2001, Beam had completed an MFA from ’s film school and was working as a professor of film at the  in Miami (now referred to as the Art Institute). Becoming a world traveling, indie folk troubadour gracing the pages of  was furthest from his mind. As a hobby, the gifted artist had been messing around in his Miami Beach bedroom with a mike and eight tracks, recording tenderly wispy, introspective numbers under the pseudonym Iron and Wine–named after …

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october, 2021

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