Music is a wonderful way to boost your learning schools, get you up and moving, and improve your moods. Switch off the television and crank up the tunes!
Tag Archive: music
Landslide Records performer Webb Wilder took me on a 1967 throwback ride to reflect on musical talent that often falls between the cracks.
EDM festivals take place in some of the best cities in the world. If you haven’t planned to visit some of these concerts yet, it’s time to contact your travel agent.
A SearchAmelia viewer asked, “Has Don McClean ever confirmed that this is what his song is talking about? I thought he would never say.”
We’re not sure what this music is, maybe unprotected sex between song craft and the blues, but it’s surely spreading.
ZZ Top’s new album. La Futura, oscillates back and forth between Stevie Ray-style blues rock, and more retro-sounding blues.
Southern Indiana Tornado Relief Concert was organized in less than one week, featured 40 bands on 4 stages, and raised over $60,000.
Jerry Lee’s Music and Artisan Emporium is a full service music store in St. Mary’s, Georgia.
The world gets more accessible through music. Music does not need translation to connect across the globe. This weekend’s Sunsplash is proof as will be the upcoming Blues Festival
If you have the opportunity to witness the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in action, don’t miss it!
I received an exciting email this morning announcing John Oszajca’s new Christmas ditty to be included in his next album.
Young stars such as Justin B don’t come along every day, keeping him focused and productive will propel him to the top
Joey and Jeanie are contemporary Christian musicians from Fernandina Beach, Florida and they have just released their first CD together.
One of the strangest men in acoustic music today is Richard Gilewitz. He fascinates his audiences with finger style gymnastics on his 6 and 12-string guitars while spinning tales too unbelievable not to be true.