Tag - 03-24-2016 Issue

Tribute – Kenny Oliverio

By Chad Thurman   When I first moved to the beach the summer of ‘02, I didn’t own an electric bass or an amp. Let’s just say it was necessary to liquidate these tools in order to get down here.   My second day of being a Floridian, by happenstance—as is most often the case with the best things...

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Record Roundup

Big Lo The Amazing Luxurious Adventures of Baron von Lowenstein Esquire III Independent Pensacola’s provocative hip-hop artist is back with an EP that touches on the power of class and societal dilemmas. One of Big Lo’s biggest assets is his ability to dish out poignant material while maintaining...

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2020 Visionary Christian Mayes

By Nikki Hedrick   Christian Mayes started the band Maze with a changing cast of players. “In the beginning, that was kind of the whole idea about the thing,” he says. “That as long as I had a microphone and I could get another two dudes to play whatever, I could fill in dates.”   The...

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Recommended Reading

Leonard Pitt My Brain on Fire: Paris and Other Obsessions Soft Skull Press Pitt is in his 70s, teaching theater in Berkeley. Growing up in 1950s Detroit, he suffered from learning disabilities. He escaped through art, and in 1962 traveled to Paris, where he studied acting, sold newspapers, and...

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