Tag Archives: Trey Hebron

The Alley Sessions: The Backstreets of Jacksonville’s Elbow

Hidden in the back alleys behind , 1904, and the  lies the setting for the Alley Sessions, a takeaway show, interview, and performance video featuring a wide range of some of Jacksonville’s greatest and most unique musical acts. The alleys behind the two to three story high brick buildings are donned in graffiti and murals, creating the perfect background for these intimate and revealing shows. Premiering in November of 2015, the video series is presented by , and the , produced and funded by , in association with and . Within each episode, the seeks to explore the history of …

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Festival Feed-Back

With the Spring festival season rapidly approaching, we reached out to some locals who know a thing or two about the circuit to get their thoughts and feelings on some of their favorite festival experiences. Here’s what they had to say…  (Avid Concertgoer) What has been your favorite festival?  2012 (Austin) What made it so great? The number of stages and the variety of the lineup. There’s always something good to see, including stand-up comedy! Favorite festival performance? Toss up between LCD Soundsystem at 2010 (Chicago) and Trail of Dead at Fun Fun Fun Fest. If you threw your own …

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