The Rolling Stones are expected to entertain approximately 50,000 people in Jacksonville (FL) tonight. Jax is a big city, and for those who aren’t attending the concert, there are plenty of options for Friday live music in this area outside downtown. Continue reading “Not going to the Stones? Options for live music Friday in N. Florida”
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”
Florida is known for sunshine, but it should also be known for music. On any given day or night, you can find live music in every nook and cranny in the nation’s third largest state. Coming up on the last weekend in June are many live performances spanning all types of music. Heading to Ft. Lauderdale? Like pop? Continue reading “Florida weekend: Live music all around the Sunshine State”
On Saturday, the full moon was amazing as the Crazy Daysies wound down their celebration of the release of their album Mile Markers. Jennifer Day Thompson and Rebecca Day had a great time socializing with longtime and new supporters at Ragtime Tavern at Atlantic Beach (FL). Continue reading “On the night of a full moon, the Crazy Daysies celebrated ‘Mile Markers’”
I decided doing an album release party is sort of like planning a wedding, complete with last minute surprises and worries about getting everything done. Continue reading “Final touches done, Crazy Daysies set to celebrate album release”
When you’re an indie band, you are where the buck starts and stops. When you decide to do a full album, it sounds so simple.
Write the songs and get them recorded, right?
If it was only that simple. Continue reading “Crazy Daysies set for album release, a swampy-tonk DIY”