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A Night On The Patio With Jon Weber

Pre-pandemic I was at a show nearly every night. I would leave my house for majority of those shows around 8 or 8:30. Although I was always tired, it was just kind of part of my life in some odd... Continue Reading →

You Gotta Dig Your Own Grave And Find Your Own Star

It was one of my first days of college at McNally Smith College of Music. I was a freshman, 17, and had no clue what the hell I was doing. I walked into the auditorium for a class called "Artist... Continue Reading →

Rhode Island Is Famous For You

Shows are few and far between so I feel like I cherish them more now than I have in the past few years. Instead of dragging my feet off of the couch to go to one, I hop in the... Continue Reading →

Cory Wong Feat. The Hornheads

135 days. That's how many days I have gone without a concert. Although my house has never been cleaner and my cats have never been happier, my mental health has never been worse. 135 days of adapting to a new... Continue Reading →

You Should Do Less Cause You’re Doing The Most

I'm not sure how late I was to the show as I honestly didn't even know it was happening but due to a slow down at work, I was able to catch a rare afternoon appearance from the one and... Continue Reading →

Drink From The River And Find Your Way To Me

I feel like yesterday wasn't a good day for anyone. It was cancellation after cancellation for everything from school to sports to concerts. I honestly couldn't take scrolling through my social media feeds due to how many concerts and tours... Continue Reading →

I Am The Queen Of The Graceless Kids

I am notorious for dragging friends in random shows. I try my best to find shows that I think said friends might enjoy but sometimes I just don't want to go to a show alone or just want to spend... Continue Reading →

Lucky Chops

It may only be the beginning of March but I think that I just witnessed a top ten show of the year on Saturday night. There's a huge difference between a good show and a show that makes you feel... Continue Reading →

Down By The Family Tree

The cancellation of SXSW had me a little shook yesterday. My friend had mentioned it briefly and voiced concerned that the legendary festival may be cancelled but I kind of shrugged the comment off thinking that there was no way... Continue Reading →

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