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Rambling With Edward David Anderson Edward David Anderson and his wife Kim moved from Illinois to the Gulf Coast for the winter to escape the cold and snow and to recover from the deaths of both of their mothers and the breakup of his band. Anderson's debut album “Lies and Wishes" is filled with confessional songs that open the floodgates from a difficult time in his life, unleashing the feelings he kept locked away.

Rambling With Edward David Anderson

Edward David Anderson and his wife Kim moved from Illinois to the Gulf Coast for the winter to escape the cold and snow and to recover from the deaths of both of their mothers and the breakup of his band. Anderson's debut album “Lies and Wishes" is filled with confessional songs that open the floodgates from a difficult time in his life, unleashing the feelings he kept locked away.

Willie Sugarcapps and The Mulligan Brothers at The Frog Pond If the third season at the Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm had to end, Cathe Steele closed it out the right way with The Mulligan Brothers and Willie Sugarcapps, two local bands that are breaking out beyond the coast, together on stage for the first time to play separate sets and jam together at the end.

Willie Sugarcapps and The Mulligan Brothers at The Frog Pond

If the third season at the Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm had to end, Cathe Steele closed it out the right way with The Mulligan Brothers and Willie Sugarcapps, two local bands that are breaking out beyond the coast, together on stage for the first time to play separate sets and jam together at the end.

Rambling with BenJarvis Dumas of The Wild Feathers "The most important part of our band is the vocals, words, and harmonies. All of that has to get through. My job is to decide where things go and how intensely or lacklusterly they get there. A lot of energy comes with drums and I love having my foot on the gas pedal and taking it for a drive." BenJarvis Dumas  

Rambling with BenJarvis Dumas of The Wild Feathers

"The most important part of our band is the vocals, words, and harmonies. All of that has to get through. My job is to decide where things go and how intensely or lacklusterly they get there. A lot of energy comes with drums and I love having my foot on the gas pedal and taking it for a drive."

BenJarvis Dumas

 

Rambling with Jamestown Revival at The Hangout Festival It has been a good year for Jamestown Revival since they opened for The Wild Feathers at the Soul Kitchen in January. They were an unknown band, but a board member from the Hangout Festival was in the audience, and Jamestown Revival was booked to play at the Hangout Festival Kick-Off party.  

Rambling with Jamestown Revival at The Hangout Festival

It has been a good year for Jamestown Revival since they opened for The Wild Feathers at the Soul Kitchen in January. They were an unknown band, but a board member from the Hangout Festival was in the audience, and Jamestown Revival was booked to play at the Hangout Festival Kick-Off party.

 

Bruce Larsen's Art of Life “It starts with a knowledge of history and looking for signs. I find things wherever they call me. From sewing machines and farm implements to arrowheads and hubcaps, these are parts of people’s lives. I feel these stories and the ghosts of each piece and think about the people who used it.  I am aware of their pasts, but I also dance with them in the present.“ Bruce Larsen

Bruce Larsen's Art of Life

“It starts with a knowledge of history and looking for signs. I find things wherever they call me. From sewing machines and farm implements to arrowheads and hubcaps, these are parts of people’s lives. I feel these stories and the ghosts of each piece and think about the people who used it.  I am aware of their pasts, but I also dance with them in the present.“

Bruce Larsen

Rambling with Josh Farrow The Hangout Music Festival is more than a weekend of music at the beach for Nashville singer-songwriter Josh Farrow. He has been to every Hangout festival, most of them as a fan, and calls it the best music festival in the country. Last year his band played on the shuttle bus in one of the best sets that most of the crowd never saw, and he proposed to his girlfriend at the festival. This year he was picked by MTV to play on the Hangout stage.    

Rambling with Josh Farrow

The Hangout Music Festival is more than a weekend of music at the beach for Nashville singer-songwriter Josh Farrow. He has been to every Hangout festival, most of them as a fan, and calls it the best music festival in the country. Last year his band played on the shuttle bus in one of the best sets that most of the crowd never saw, and he proposed to his girlfriend at the festival. This year he was picked by MTV to play on the Hangout stage.

 

 


 "Stories have to be told or they die, and when they die, we can't remember who we are or why we're here."  Sue Monk Kidd


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