In Lieu by Tao of Lucy

Close your eyes and imagine walking through an empty field in the middle of no man's land. You gaze up in the night sky to discover an obscure colored light beaming down and surrounding your body. While looking down, you find yourself standing inside an elaborately made crop circle design. Panic begins to creep into … Continue reading In Lieu by Tao of Lucy

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”

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

Blink-182: Arkansas Music Pavilion

It was a cold day in April three years ago when I saw Blink-182 perform at the Arkansas Music Pavilion (AMP) with one of my best friends. They were on tour with their newest album California, but showcased nostalgic songs from their top 3 albums: Enema of the State, Take off Your Pants and Jacket, … Continue reading Blink-182: Arkansas Music Pavilion