Hear the Crazy Daysies on Music Mafia Radio June 21

Music Mafia Radio schedule June 21
Music by Rebecca Day and The Crazy Daysies will be featured on Music Mafia Radio on June 21 a 8 pm. (Announcement musicmafiaradio.net)

Rebecca Day (The Crazy Daysies) has announced a special program featuring original music with her sister Jennifer Day Thompson. The sisters’ music will be featured on Friday, June 21, at 8 p.m. on Music Mafia Radio. Continue reading “Hear the Crazy Daysies on Music Mafia Radio June 21”

Music did the talking and boosted Paradise Outlaw to big win

Paradise Outlaw
Paradise Outlaw (photo used with permission)

Paradise Outlaw guitarist Kevin Langeland said in an email interview for an earlier column that his band lets their music do the talking. That approach paid off big time when the band won the coveted B93 Battle to the Bash celebration in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The band’s music got radio play as a result of that win, and the exposure was no small feat. B93 (WBCT) is the most powerful radio station in North America. Where does the band go from here?  Continue reading “Music did the talking and boosted Paradise Outlaw to big win”

Headliner concerts may go with shorter sets, more special effects

Community First Seawalk Music Festival
Attendees arrived early for the Community First Seawalk Music Festival at Jacksonville Beach. Organizers presented a mix of indie and well known bands. Josh Turner closed out the concert. (Photo: Rebecca Day/The Crazy Daysies)

Recently I heard criticism from some folks who’d attended an outdoor concert here in Jacksonville. Our weather was iffy. The concert featuring a long list of established performers had to be briefly evacuated because of weather. And because that meant lost time, the top performers my friends had gone to see didn’t take the stage anywhere near on time.

Have you had a bad ‘big concert’ experience?  Continue reading “Headliner concerts may go with shorter sets, more special effects”