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  Charleston’s five-piece band, Saluda Shoals, released their latest single, “Tempt Me” this past week. You may be familiar with their previous tunes “Secondhand Man” and “I Fall“. The Americana band puts a playful and sexy spin on this new tune with the lyrics You make me want to go too far You make me want to cross that line I swore I was going to take it slow Give it
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed two weeks ago my overseas adventure. Jenna, my blonde counterpart, and fellow blogger traveled to Italy and Germany. Our close girlfriend, Katherine, was getting married in Treviso, Italy, so we decided to include Florence and Munich into the trip. I had so many people tell me this would be a trip of a lifetime and even a life-changing event. While
Nashville’s Music City reputation has been affiliated with country music for years; however, the influx of new residents is bringing different musical tastes and creators.* This doesn’t mean we need to exchange our cowgirl boots for its more contemporary counterpart, but rather it gives us an opportunity to evolve our eardrums to music other than country. So I took this as an opportunity to discover new Nashville music by creating
Charleston Music Confab (CMC) was full of networking, discussions, and education. The four-day conference featured a lot of awesome local and regional music. My biggest complaint was that there were not enough hours in the day to see and hear it all. This was the conference’s first year to include hip hop and rap artists, which I was really looking forward to. I made sure to catch Kween Katt, Abstract, and
  This morning I had chatted with Box and Jessie B on 105.5 The Bridge about Charleston Music Confab (CMC). If you weren’t able to attend the showcase last night at the Music Farm, performances included Tigerdog, Tyler Boone, Carolina Wray, Abstract, and See Water. Couldn’t have asked for a better kick-off party! Box, Jess and I also talked about our most anticipated shows of CMC, Matt Monday, Angie Rose,
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I despise activities that I’m not good at, heck I even avoid them. I’ve never been skating, paddle boarding, or even skiing; not because of the physical nature, but rather I do not feel the need to publicly humiliate myself. Being in a vulnerable position where my flaws are exposed is my worst nightmare; however, if I take just one step out of my comfort zone it could result in
I had the pleasure of sitting down with the gentlemen of Stop Light Observations (SLO), Louise, John-Keith, William, and Luke.  Their second album, Toogoodoo, is set to release tomorrow, August 26th. This was my first time meeting the band, and I was thrilled by their down-to-earth nature and fun-loving disposition. Let’s be honest, you never know what you’ll get when you peek behind the musical curtain. It also helped that we met at
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