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Thursday, July 17th, 2014

"You Only Get One Opportunity to Step in Front of These People and Not Make a Fool of Yourself."

“I feel like I’m back to what I started and I’m proud of it. This is music that my family can listen to, that I can talk about to my father, being that he’s a minister..."
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Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Rocks the Docks at HarborWalk Village July 5 and 12

“For about a year, we were traveling around, going between Pennsylvania and as far as Key West,” says War. “Then the gas prices started going up, and they wanted to stay up north a lot more and I just couldn’t let the south go..."
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Friday, June 20th, 2014

Jam Therapy, Max Kipnis, Tribe Zion and More Rock Out for Covenant Hospice June 21

He is in the beginning stages of planning an album, and Kipnis says his main influence is “eclectic consciousness through music.” He categorizes his music as both blues and jazz inspired and is looking forward to Thrive Fest...
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Friday, May 23rd, 2014

From Metal to Pop-Punk, DIY-Style

The band’s name came about because Turner wanted “to give everyone a chance to be a part of the new project.” He reached out to his Facebook friends for suggestions...
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Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Big Show at Gulf Place in Santa Rosa Beach May 28

As for the guests, we wanted to come up with a nice blend of old friends and newer artists, and we also wanted to cross some musical genres a bit as well. I never in my life dreamed my songs would be covered in the same show by the likes of Dr. John, Vince Gill, John Hiatt, Eric Church and Sam Moore, to name just a few...
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Friday, May 9th, 2014

A Dirty South No Doubt...?

They aim to be flexible to meet whatever venue need should arise. “We can go from electric to acoustic to the anything in between, and all in one night,” says Douglas...
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Friday, April 25th, 2014

Meet One of the New Kids in Town

“I played two or three days a week back home, but it was getting kind of monotonous..."
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Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Manic Psych-Rockers Live at the Funky Blues Shack

People's Blues of Richmond return to Beachcomberland Monday, April 21. They'll be performing at Baytowne Wharf's Funky Blues Shack, followed by a gig at the Handlebar in Pensacola April 23. They kn
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Friday, April 11th, 2014
They view Beachcomberland as a stepping-stone for musical growth, citing both its strong military presence and being a noted Spring Break destination...
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Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Performs at The Block in FoWal April 17

I spoke to him from his home in Nashville, where we discussed everything from Buck Owens to our mutual friend Bryan Kennedy, who, like Niemann, has written several songs for Garth Brooks...