Kacey Musgraves

21 Jul 19
Music Mecca

The word “spiritual” can be defined as relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul. Jake Wesley Rogers’ new EP, “Spiritual,” is nothing short of the word’s meaning, touching the souls of everyone who has tuned in to listen. He is an unique pop artist and songwriter with a story to tell, and a […]

20 Jul 19
Music Mecca

“You can take the kid out of California, but you can’t take California out of the kid.” Singer-Songwriter Anna Vaus is on a mission to tell stories in the form of songs. A recent addition to the group of Nashville’s Belmont University successful alumni, Anna graduated in May of 2018 with a degree in songwriting, […]

20 Jul 19

MY FAVORITE PLACE ON EARTH! we decided to leave a day early & drive all night… not sure if that was a good idea or not BUT we did get a little extra time to explore. below are a few of my favorite photos from the week… my top recommendations: proper bagel, murals (12th and […]

20 Jul 19
Mixtape on Rotation

I think we’re all looking for a quiet night every once in a while, so if tonight is your chill night, here’s some mellow country music to help get you in the move. Make a home cooked meal, pour a glass of wine and get cozy on the couch cause I’ve got some music that […]

20 Jul 19
Saintly Trance

Now, don’t get me wrong. I love pop music. And I love popular pop music. You know what I don’t love though? The fact that of the current top 10 songs (as per Billboard Hot 100, week of 7/20/19), seven are made by solely male artists. Women are doing some of the most exciting things […]

20 Jul 19
Push 2 the Front

Kacey Musgraves, Dawes, and Anderson East Concert Review, Minneapolis, 2019.

20 Jul 19
erylpaez

There might have been a time on your life when you met someone who brought you out of your chrysalis. Someone who made you discover yourself. I recently met a friend who did that to me. But I just recently bid a good bye to that friend. It was not a proper good bye. We […]

20 Jul 19
Calgary Herald

In 2006, I moved to Calgary partly because of its folk festival. I was introduced to folk festivals in the 1980s in Winnipeg where I worked as a volunteer, waving a flashlight in the dusty parking lot at Bird’s Hill Park, 20 minutes outside of Winnipeg, in exchange for free music, free grub and access […]