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Thursday, September 21st, 2017

Beachcomber Music Award Winner on His New Album and More

In fact, I just listened to them on a Lafayette radio station this morning. We were inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2013, and we’re working on our fourth studio album now...
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Thursday, September 7th, 2017

Up Close and Personal with Hunter and Tony

Now that we all know what is not so secretly on Verrecchia’s Christmas list, let’s celebrate how Heritage began recording in 2008 and playing shows in 2009. Ten years as a band is far from something to sneeze at, but Verrecchia is quick to downplay it...
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Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

New Album Dropped Aug. 18 and It's Great

“I got the bug to record a new album in 2014. I hadn’t written anything new in a while, and all of these melodies and lyrics were hitting me. However, the songs didn’t all fit into one genre, but I recorded them anyway..."
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Monday, August 14th, 2017

All-Star Zydeco Band Plays HarborWalk Tuesday Night

Six years ago, Domulot started the Village Brass Band and saw an opportunity to expand to the feel good music of the bayou. “When I lived in South Florida, I played in a lot of Cajun-Zydeco bands,” says Domulot. “It was a cool thing to be a part of with the crawfish festivals down there..."
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Friday, August 11th, 2017

Celebrating 50 Years of Playing the Devil's Music

Diki Ross’ gig schedule appears in this issue’s Live Music section, and he sits in with numerous bands in the area, whether they want him to or not...
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Friday, July 28th, 2017

Nikki Hedrick Gets Up Close and Personal with Beachcomber Music Award Winner

It’s worth mentioning that cowboy boots and worn jeans aren’t for show. Langford can be found on the family farm most days, the popular Cypress Cattle & Produce in Freeport. We actually conducted the interview while he was heading out to deliver a load of lumber to a customer...
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Thursday, July 27th, 2017

By Joni Williams

“(It) was just what I needed to make the move down here,” says Bockler, who became a local resident once again as of April 1. McKay stayed true to his word, and the current and former 99Rock jocks wasted no time getting a band together that includes Habitual Offender’s former bass player Marcus Byrd and electric guitarist Michal Scott...
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Monday, July 24th, 2017

Appearing at Club LA in Destin July 27

Usually, when I write an interview, I try to erase my voice so whomever I’m talking to has the spotlight. Whether it is a household name or local hero, I want readers to feel like it isn’t about me on the other side of the phone, but the artist that has generously shared his or her time with Beachcomber...
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Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Singer-Songwriter Straight Outta Cincy

I’ve released six albums—five studio and one double live. I’m all about entertaining people, helping them forget their problems for a while, and showing them a good time...
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Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Nikki Hedrick Catches up with Ex-Allmans Bassist

Soon, Goldflies joined a Cincinnati cover band and got word that Dickey Betts was looking for a bass player. Only Goldflies didn’t know Betts was a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band—he only had fleeting knowledge of Betts due to a mentor who would often play Allmans songs...