Jacksonville may not be known for its metal scene, but those who are into it are really into it. The last black metal show I attended had a small turnout, but they were hardcore all the way, with merch tables, tattoos of their favorite bands, and enough piss and vinegar to fuel an ultra-violent pit.
Richard Butler and company come to conquer New Wave hot spot: Northeast Florida
UK punk legends maintain their fury at street level – where it belongs
Historical scope and Hollywood scandal inform the work of local poet Teri Youmans Grimm
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I was five years old when I placed my first vinyl record on my parents’ Panasonic turntable. It was 1972. The album: Band of Gypsys.
Shepherding Downtown Jacksonville's festival shopping mecca into adulthood
Steve Earle digs into his Texas roots with a solid collection of 21st-century blues