Open Hearted Texas Tour (2017)
w/ Kristian Svitak, Joey Jett and Mike Vallely.
We came from Florida, Brooklyn, Portland, San Diego, Pittsburgh, Long Beach and Japan to meet in Houston, TX -- Open Arms and Open Hearts. Our Common Ground: Art, Music and Skateboarding. From there, well, Anything Is Possible!
No corporate initiative or marketing strategy, just Friends Coming Together to Express their Love for the Peaceful Arts: In-Tune-Ment. What started as a Dream has becom
Growing up in Atlanta during the 90s, Ted Turner had an incredible hold on my childhood. Between The Atlanta Braves on TBS, and Monday Night Nitro on TNT, I learned basically everything I knew about the battle between Good and Evil through Turner programming. I witnessed the Rise and Fall of the NWO, Sting go from colorful, to white, to red, and saw Goldberg’s 173-0 winning streak. I even saw the infamous “Fingerpoke of Doom” live in the Georgia Dome with my own two eyes (a t
Catch R.Ring with Laura King. 5/17 Live on WYSO Public Radio Yellow Springs, OH 5/18 Louisville, KY - Monnik Beer Co. 5/19 Murray, KY - Terrapin Station 5/20 Lexington, KY - The Green Lantern Bar 5/21 Wooster, OH - Lucky Records
Nashville-based trio, Benchmarks—comprised of vocalist and guitarist Todd Farrell Jr., bassist Matt “Goose” Rewinski, and drummer, guitarist, and key player Jack Whitis—dropped their debut EP, American Night, in June of 2015. Their first full-length, Our Undivided Attention, was released March 24 via Sofaburn Records. Since 2015, Farrell has also played guitar for Columbus, Ohio’s Two Cow Garage, who have been spreading their alt-country rock gospel since 2001. Their most rec
“I think that a lot of romantic relationships end up with one partner bearing most of the emotional burden–an imbalance of support. ‘Laid Back and Practical’ is written from the point of view of the bad partner as they become conscious of their selfishness and pledge to change in the future. Musically, the guitar and piano lines in the chorus were influenced by ‘Don’t Forget to Dance’ by the Kinks. And I like the way we used a major III chord instead of the minor iii to set