“Well, we live in a trailer at the edge of town. You never see us ’cause we don’t come around. We got twenty five rifles just to keep the population down.” the opening line of Neil Young‘s “Revolution Blues” is startling and honest. Recollecting and commenting on the times he met Charles Manson and his family before the violent crimes were committed, Young took no hesitation with his commentary on his pre and post experiences. Continue reading Revolution Blues: When Neil Young Met Charles Manson→
What Happens When your Passion For History & Music Collide???
You get the Abandoned Concerts Tour 2017!!!
Shallow GravesNick Kelley is an avid musician and performer, and when asked why abandoned places, “I was watching some videos where people were walking through some abandoned banks and found the acoustics amazing. I then, got the idea that it would be cool to go to different abandoned places and perform while walking around and getting the story of the place.” Check out his video below, where Nick entertains us with “Rocky Raccoon”.
Caleb Roerhig is definitely an author that likes to follow the beat of his own drum and his soon to be released second book (his first was “Last Seen Leaving“) “White Rabbit” shows exactly that. A thriller aimed at young readers featuring muder, mayhem, and heroic LGBTQ characters, “White Rabbit” follows modern day narratives while staying completely original.
From “They Live” To “Rumble Fish”, This Legend Has Done It All!!
Of course every one in entertainment wants to be in front of the camera for their “15 minutes”, but in order to bring out the best in every actor or story, there has to be a mastermind behind the scenes running the show. Sandy King Carpenter is undeniably a master mind. Whether it is respectfully branding the John Carpenter name or reinventing traditional sci-fi and horror, this pro knows how to work her magic and only settles for the best.
Let me just start off by saying that I’m not really going to be getting into the how this film relates to and is an important reflection/message to today’s political and social climate. It has been addressed by many other sites and for the most part, I completely agree with them. Instead, I want it to be noticed of how this movie tackled an important element to film making that Marvel has really accomplished in awhile…how to tell a great story. Continue reading Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Knows No Bounds….→