The top of a massive old oak crashed onto this roof. Such sights were common in Northeast Florida after Irma.
Hurricane Irma is one I will long remember. In the middle of the storm, I stood in the alcove on our front porch and watched the wind direct the trees like a conductor directs an orchestra. It was otherworldly, with the sounds the wind made and the constant green flashes in the sky from transformers blowing.
For many self-employed musicians, Irma was an assault on property, performance schedules, and wallets. Continue reading
As Hurricane Irma churned towards Florida, a brief rain delivered another rainbow. (Photo IAS)
It’s almost impossible to think creatively right now because those of us who live in Florida are facing a very angry Irma rolling her way towards the south end of the Sunshine State. As I multi-tasked this morning in an attempt to get things squared away, I came across an interesting article related to my current quandary. Continue reading
Early morning cone for Hurricane Irma Sept. 6, 2017. (Image: National Hurricane Center)
Those of us in Florida, as well as the Carolinas and Georgia, have our eyes on Hurricane Irma right now. If you’re an indie musician with gigs scheduled for the weekend, I imagine you’re fretting over what this massive storm will decide to do to your home and your wallet. Continue reading