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LJT 2019

LJT is nigh upon us once more.  For twenty years it was my home each April.  Now, I stand on the sidelines like a proud coach and watch all the crazy college kids following in our footsteps.  I personally retired from LJT a couple years back.  But, Galleywinter remains a presence on the grounds. We’re sending our photographers out there […]

{Brad's Corner} April 2019: Horses Ain’t the Only Thing in the Back

{Brads Corner}

If Billy McFarland taught us anything it’s that the paradigm of hosting a music festival in 2019 isn’t what it was in 2009, 1999, 1969 and so on.  He taught us more than that, but as someone who helps throw a very minor music festival, that takeaway from the Fyre Fest fiasco was astounding.  He […]

{Brad's Corner} March 2019: The Sun Shines on The Dreamers

{Brads Corner}

The sun shines on a dreamer Shines a light on you when you listen to your heart The sun shines on a dreamer Shines a light on you through the dim, through the dark -Wade Bowen   Ain’t it funny how music works.  More so than any other artform it is a conduit of emotion.  […]

And May Turnpike Always Stay Together

I hope that life without a chaperone is what you thought it’d be I hope your brother’s El Camino runs forever I hope the world sees the same person that you’ve always been to me And may all your favorite bands stay together -Dawes “All Your Favorite Bands” The words of Taylor Goldsmith rang out […]

Musgraves, Carlile and The Vast Niche

  Think pieces galore have hit the web today after the triumphant Grammys night for both Kacey Musgraves and Brandi Carlile.  Two artists born of stylized country roots with just enough off-kilter, rough edge to not fit the traditional molds.  Artists that are thriving in the niches and moving the mass needle to them instead […]