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Song Of The Day: Dawn Drake – “Corona King”

Posted by Greg on Jan 6, 2021 in Music

Here’s something out of left field.

Dawn Drake is a native Virginian who now makes her home in New York City. She’s a percussionist, a bass player and front woman for ZapOte, a Latin pop and salsa funk ensemble. That description for ZapOte is also a good introduction to her musical output as well. Read more…

 
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Beaufort, SC Back on the Silver Screen

Posted by Greg on Jan 6, 2021 in Music

Not too long ago Beaufort, SC was a destination town for the silver screen. 80s hit The Big Chill, The Prince of Tides and Oscar-winner Forrest Gump were all filmed in the historic Lowcountry town. But since Forrest Gump Beaufort’s filmmaking footprint been awfully quiet. That all changes this Friday when romantic comedy Stars Fell on Alabama makes its debut into the world. The film is co-produced by the Beaufort Film Society which hosts the Beaufort International Film Festival in picturesque Beaufort, SC. Read more…

 
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Steve Earle Disappoints on Eulogy Album “J.T.”

Posted by Greg on Jan 5, 2021 in Music

Well, I don’t know what to say. Since his debut record I’ve been a huge fan of Justin Townes Earle. His death hit me hard. His voice, his lyrics, his musicianship. They were once in a generation. Read more…

 
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Our Favorite Albums of 2020

Posted by Greg on Dec 18, 2020 in Music

We didn’t listen to nearly as much music as we did view film this year. But here’s a list of 30 albums that we would recommend to anyone. Read more…

 
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Our Favorite Films of 2020

Posted by Greg on Dec 18, 2020 in Music

Let’s face it, lists are stupid. They mean absolutely nothing. One person’s opinion is vastly different from another. Despite that every year I feel compelled to put together a list of my favorite films. Thanks to COVID and colon cancer, I was able to watch way more than most years. And come to think of it, I’ve probably left a few off this list. But for now, here are 50 films that I would recommend to anybody. Read more…

 
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Movie of the Week: Electric Jesus

Posted by Greg on Dec 7, 2020 in Music

We’ve been fortunate to see a lot of films this year due in large part to both COVID-19 and my personal battle with colon cancer. Within the next couple weeks we are hoping to release a list of our favorite films and there’s a very strong chance the film Electric Jesus will be on that list. Read more…

 
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Gasparilla Music Festival’s Recyled Tunes Instrument Drive This Weekend

Posted by Greg on Dec 2, 2020 in Music

Since relocating to Orlando in 2011, we have become huge fans of the Tampa-based Gasparilla Music Festival. This weekend the concert festival is hosting a musical instrument drive at Sparkman Wharf as part of its Recycled Tunes program. Those that donate a gently used instrument will receive a free ticket to the 2021 Gasparilla Music Festival. The musical instrument drive benefits Hillsborough County schools. Read more…

 
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Selah Sparkle on Latest Album

Posted by Greg on Nov 6, 2020 in Music

Writing a review about the Christian worship trio Selah is no easy task, in fact, it is quite daunting. Now in their third decade recording music, the 10x Dove Award winning outfit are considered giants of the genre. To date they have amassed more than half-a-billion streams and have sold over 4 million albums. While their music output to date can at times veer towards adult contemporary (AC), the vocal trio powerhouse has nearly six dozen songs, if not more, that can still resonate and pierce the heart. Their latest album Step Into My Story is veritable proof of that. In addition toeing the band’s 16th album it also the first on their new imprint 3Cre8tive, which was formed in 2018. Read more…

 
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Album of the Day: James Maddock – No Time to Cry

Posted by Greg on Sep 22, 2020 in Music

Since releasing his debut solo album Sunrise on Avenue C in 2010, British-born and Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter James Maddock has been quite busy. In the decade since Sunrise on Avenue C he has released five additional studio albums and two live albums. His latest album No Time To Cry is another step forward and further proof that he shows little signs of slowing down. Read more…

 
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Looking Back: Guster – Evermotion (2015)

Posted by Greg on Sep 20, 2020 in Music

Woke up singing Guster’s “Architects and Engineers” from their 2010 album Easy Wonderful and decided to revisit this review written about Easy Wonderful’s follow up, the 2015 album Evermotion. Head to the jump to read more. Read more…

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