Even when my husband and I were young, living paycheck to paycheck, if I put a piece of art on the wall, I preferred it to be original. It helped that I knew a lot of artists who sold their work at very reasonable prices. I even had a couple freelance clients pay me part of my fee in art. Continue reading “Seeing Rick Lipscomb’s work, I found some soul art”
After performing at the American Heritage Festival in Lake City, SC, in early December, the Crazy Daysies headed upstate shortly before Christmas to visit with family and friends.
I dreamt of living amidst vast fields and rolling Carolina hills while growing up.
Farm houses and cozy log cabins appealed to me, while neutral, modern-styled houses furrowed my brow. Continue reading “Newberry, heart of Carolina’s small town America”
On Monday, December 19th, Florida non-profit organization Open Door Jax hosts its first charity event at Hamburger Mary’s in Jacksonville Beach, FL. Continue reading “Open Door Jax hosts first fundraiser at Jax nightlife staple, Hamburger Mary’s”
America is on the cusp of an indie arts movement, and one part of that movement is indie radio. Independent musicians looking for an outlet who will air their music should take a look at Bandwagon Network Radio. The network has kicked off a fundraiser in hopes of meeting revenue needs for 2017. Continue reading “Bandwagon Network Radio for indie music kicks off fundraiser”
Jason Evans is a seasoned veteran of Nashville, having played with country stars having and co-written popular songs.
Now Evans has returned to Florida, doing gigs with his band and aiming for music that makes fans want to “stomp those boots.” Continue reading “Seasoned in Nashville, Jason Evans aims for ‘stomp those boots’”