Tag: Independent Writing

Tony Logue

Kentucky has always been a hot bed for great music artists going back to the beginning of country’s roots.  Bill Monroe, Loretta Lynn, Tom T Hall, and Dwight Yoakam are the roots of where country has been, and help lay the foundation on which some of the best music has been built.  Luckily for us

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A quick conversation with Caleb Crosby from Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown.

Back in April I saw Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown open up for Blackberry Smoke and while I had their album, the live show was amazing and really made me a fan of their music.  After their set I talked to Caleb Crosby, drummer and co founding member of the band, and told him I’d

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Tyler Bryant & The Shake Down and Blackberry Smoke shake the Surf!!

I’m a bit late on posting this but here is my write up for the concert back in April. What better way to spend April 20th than at a concert.  And not just any concert, at any venue, but Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown and headliners Blackberry Smoke for one night at the historic and

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Magnolia Boulevard, taking the music scene by storm.

Always on the hunt for new music and interesting people with amazing talent, I stumbled across a Kentucky based band called Magnolia Boulevard.  The 5 piece is made up of Ryan Allen on keys, Todd Copeland on drums, Gregg Erwin on guitar, Maggie Noelle on guitar and vocals, and John Roberts on bass. Photo by

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Drivin N Cryin still Rockin and Rollin after 25+ years

I recently had an opportunity to interview founding member, bass player, and manager of the band Drivin N Cryin.  I posted it through Ink19.com and within a couple days, almost 3k people had viewed it. One of the coolest things is to talk with people that you have followed for a lifetime and to let

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Photographer Kathy Hurley and her journey to reclaim her photographs.

Not long ago on the Skydog Facebook page, run by Mark Vormittag, it was brought to light that a number of previously uncredited photographs were the work of one of the members, Kathy Hurley.  She has an amazing link to the Allman Brothers Band and has taken a number of fantastic shots that I’m very

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