Live music is one of North Florida’s best kept secrets, and this Friday there’s lots to choose from in the area where I live. One of my favorite bands is playing tonight in Fruit Cove, and one of my favorite wine bars in Green Cove Springs will rock to tunes by an accomplished musician. Meanwhile, I’ll be doing my roadie duties up in Fernandina. Continue reading “Friday music: Live from Green Cove Springs to Fernandina Beach”
Ever paid double digits for a concert and been disappointed? I have. I’ve also said you can often hear better music on the indie scene than you’ll hear on your device of choice. In writing about indies, I’ve come across bands whose level of professionalism and talent makes them worth following. Here are five of my favorites, starting with one unique singer trying to do what many used to believe impossible. Continue reading “Five indies heat up summer with classical crossover, Nicks tribute band, and more”
On Sunday, Rebecca was scheduled to open for Cain’t Never Could as part of festivities for Second Sundays in Springfield. We planned to go, but by late morning, our Mandarin community south of Jax was getting heavy showers and a light show. For a couple hours, it looked like the event at Klutho Park located north of Jacksonville wouldn’t be possible.
By 2 p.m., a reprieve was in progress courtesy of Mother Nature, and the event was a go-ahead. There was a bonus, too. Continue reading “Second Sundays got a rain reprieve in Springfield”
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’”