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THE BEST ALBUMS OF 2014 Wednesday, February 11
Civil Brute, Civil BruteThis self-titled, five-track EP is a well-rounded collection of songs, exposing Civil Brute’s forte for capturing both raw emotion in lyricism and masterful clarity in …
The Grammy-winners keep their feet on the ground as their career takes off
JAZZ HANDS Wednesday, March 18
Acclaimed jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut was born with music in his blood. After spending most of his Baltimore childhood studying at the Peabody Institute, he moved onto Boston’s Berklee College …
BIKES, BEERS AND BANDS Wednesday, April 1
The fourth annual Five Points Springfest has a little something for everyone. Motorcycle enthusiasts are encouraged to roll up in their vintage, custom and café bikes, and there will be …
THE BEST SHOWS OF 2014 Wednesday, February 11
Unknown Hinson and Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, Feb. 27 at Jack Rabbits The mutant chimera of a trailer-park gene pool and Conway-Twitty-off-his-meds, at his recent Northeast Florida appearance …
WHAT'S YOUR SIZE? Wednesday, February 18
recently, the members of a musicians' forum on Facebook to which I belong were debating the appropriate length of an album. Before the thread veered off into "Who is Kraftwerk?" territory (freakin' idiot kids), the questions were many, some of them …
As one of the hardest-working musicians 
 on the planet, Sweden-born Osborne 
 has collaborated with a riverboat-load of artists. He's worked with Galactic founding member Stanton Moore and slide master Sonny Landreth. Osborne has toured with …
SYNTHS AND SENSIBILITY Wednesday, February 25
After driving around with my 8-year-old daughter listening to the recent four-song release from Jacksonville band Ursula, I asked her what she thought. "I liked ‘Hot Water' the least." "Got it," I said. "You didn't like ‘Hot Water.'" "No," …
LONG LIVE ROCK Wednesday, April 15
Break out those earplugs, Gramps – The Who are coming to town! In the past half-century, The Who have sold 100,000 million albums, played to hundreds of thousands of fans and destroyed quite a …
Jacksonville hip-hop has always been a fickle beast. Some great stuff has been released over the past 20 years that I have been in town. And there has been some real crap, too. It's easy enough for me to criticize, as I have never been a true fan of …