Uplifting Filth: Libbie Higgins

I owe my knowledge of this hilariously raunchy comedian from St. Louis, Missouri to the video scrolling video wormhole that is YouTube. So, a friend of mine had introduced me to the comedian Chelcie Lynn aka Trailer Trash Tammy about a year ago. When I found out about their most recent tour, I was curious … Continue reading Uplifting Filth: Libbie Higgins

Speakeasy Tattoo Lounge: More than a Tattoo Shop

Since their reopening earlier this year, this tattoo parlour has come such a long way. With a multitude of artists backed at the ready, this shop located in Springdale, Arkansas is revolutionizing how shops in the tattoo industry operate. Cydney Bergdorf, owner of Speakeasy Tattoo decided the best way to help their community was by … Continue reading Speakeasy Tattoo Lounge: More than a Tattoo Shop

“New Old Stock” EP: Pat Ryan Key

This will be my fourth EP review and I couldn't be more happier! I appreciate Pat Ryan Key for allowing me the opportunity to talk about their EP titled New Old Stock. Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on … Continue reading “New Old Stock” EP: Pat Ryan Key

EP “Sick Love”: Endfall

Here we are at #3! I appreciate Endfall giving me the opportunity to talk about their EP titled "Sick Love". Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on how the music made me feel, think, the vibes the song gave … Continue reading EP “Sick Love”: Endfall

THE ALIVE: Rock Isn’t Dead!

If you needed more of a reason to believe that rock n' roll isn't dead, THE ALIVE gives it to you loud, proud and in your face. The set list from beginning to end was jam packed to the max with unique covers that showcase songs from a variety of bands such as KISS, The … Continue reading THE ALIVE: Rock Isn’t Dead!

Trey Lewis: Beyond “Dicked Down in Dallas”

Starting from the beginning to where they are now, Trey Lewis is living proof of what pure determination can do in order to obtain success. It may come off as unexpected, but the story of this accomplished musician began at a halfway house recovering from addiction. By teaching himself to play guitar, Trey Lewis discovered … Continue reading Trey Lewis: Beyond “Dicked Down in Dallas”

Midnight Wagon

Experiencing Midnight Wagon was like watching a bomb go off, but you survived and felt better from the exposure. Believe it or not, my hometown of Waldron is only 35 miles away from the band's origin in Mena, Arkansas. It makes me happy to see that big achievements can still be created out of small … Continue reading Midnight Wagon

THE RUMORS

In an age where there are so many subgenres of music, this band identifies as 'alternative indie rock' just to settle the argument of "Who are you?" Though the term "shoegaze" has been used as a negative connotation, I do not believe this is the case in general. The truest definition of shoegaze describes it … Continue reading THE RUMORS

LONDON: Nadir D’Priest

Known for being a "training school for rock stars," LONDON has been together since 1979 and continues to crank out hard rock music still today. I am so glad that I had the opportunity to get the chance to talk to Nadir D'Priest. Since 1984, he has been the lead vocalist for LONDON and responsible … Continue reading LONDON: Nadir D’Priest

Endfall: On the Surface

Going strong since 2015, this unique hard rock fusion band out of Northwest Arkansas knows how to energize a crowd while projecting an emotional connection. I appreciate the raw passion Endfall brings to the table as well as the "dad joke" style stand-up placed intermittently during their song transitions. Some may view it as annoying … Continue reading Endfall: On the Surface