Soon say adios to IAS, and hello to ‘Undercovered’ at Patreon

I’ve shared with readers here and on my social media pages the problems I’ve had maintaining Indie Art South. I’ve found myself spending more time on website maintenance than writing. I have given up trying to understand what is going on with my site. Continue reading “Soon say adios to IAS, and hello to ‘Undercovered’ at Patreon”

Daysies update: Shows, recording, new vids

(L to R) Jenn Day Thompson, Rebecca Day (The Crazy Daysies) with Jared Rush (Third Man Entertainment)
Getting ready to perform at the Tiffany Show December 2: (L to R) Jennifer Day Thompson and Rebecca Day (The Crazy Daysies) with Jared Rush (Third Man Entertainment). Photo: Indie Art South.

It’s been awhile since I updated everyone on The Crazy Daysies. What with the COVID shutdowns, we’ve all had a serious adjustment. The good news is performances are becoming more common, and they’ve had plenty of time to work on recordings and new videos. Continue reading “Daysies update: Shows, recording, new vids”

BMI has primer on best times to release new music, but it’s complicated

BMI often has good articles for indie musicians, and a recent piece on timing releases for new music is a primer of sorts. It’s more complicated than simple timing, though. Continue reading “BMI has primer on best times to release new music, but it’s complicated”

Best page on the Internet when it comes to investigations

Let’s face it. Our current “free” press isn’t so free. Most people working in news actively promote various government narratives in reportage. There are some spicy stories out there though, and if you want to stay on top of investigations across the country, there’s a page I will recommend. Continue reading “Best page on the Internet when it comes to investigations”

New doves, a hawk, and a snag

A few days ago I noticed something I hadn’t seen out back. Doves. A dove is not an unfamiliar species to anyone who grew up in the South, but this dove wasn’t your typical dove. First I saw one. Then there were two sitting on the utility line above the street behind our house. The birds are beautiful, but I have concerns about their new perching spot. Why? A snag and a hawk. Continue reading “New doves, a hawk, and a snag”