Part Two of Interview with Jackyl: Guitarist/Founder Jeff Worley discusses “No Filter”

Contributor’s Note: Hot off of their run supporting “ROWYCO”, came quite an impromptu interview with Jeff Worley.  I finished up interviewing Jesse James Dupree, and all of a sudden, Jeff wanted to talk about his book.  I will provide a link below on where a person can pick up a copy of his book.  Here is Part Two of the Interview with legendary classic rock band Jackyl. Jesse:...

March 17th, 2017
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“Triboluminescence” by Andy Summers, spilling paint onto the canvas, a Review

The painter paces the floor as he examines the colors on his palette.  He stares longingly into his blank canvas as anxiety seems to be consuming his thoughts.  The painter has successfully created so many styles of art whether it represents realism, cynicism, impressionism, or even drawing influence from Picasso and trying abstract art.  What do you do when you feel like everything is created? ...

March 17th, 2017
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“Love Sick Dick” by Barry Adamson, refreshing change of pace!, a Music Review!

Dark, Bluesy, Maniacal, and Theatrical.  If I were to play the word association game to describe the music of Mercury Prize-nominated Barry Adamson, those are the first words that come to mind.  On April 14th, Barry Adamson will be releasing his six track EP entitled “Love Sick Dick”. This EP seems to be a concept record about a lovelorn guy who is struggling to find peace and hope...

March 17th, 2017
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