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{Brad's Corner} September 2019: Leaning on the Music Through the Grief

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Grief.  It‚Äôs a part of life.  It‚Äôs the part that reminds us how good the living part truly is.   I first encountered grief on a major scale when the Cruella DeVille that lived in the biggest house on our block left antifreeze out in dishes scattered throughout her yard to poison any stray cats or […]

{Brad's Corner} August 2019: Truly Unique

{Bradís Corner}

Music is written and recorded each day all across the globe. Scoring a song that will connect with a wide audience isn’t as simple as it used to be. And it was never simple. There’s so much noise now. Cutting through the vast loudness of modern life is a difficult chore. Over the past decade, […]

{Brad's Corner} July 2019: A Fan Looks at 40

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A while back I read an article that claimed one’s music taste and choices caps out at what they dug around age 17. I incredulously tossed aside the data in the article because it certainly did not apply to me. Long ago, I resigned myself to the fact that I’m an abnormal, obsessive music consumer. […]

{Brad's Corner} June 2019: Inventing Songs

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Rodney Crowell once famously wrote “I don’t drink as much as I used to, lately it just ain’t my style…”. As I approach midlife, I find that to be appropriate but more so I find it fashioned into other facets of my life. I don’t waste my time on people, places, things or music that […]

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

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If Billy McFarland taught us anything it‚Äôs that the paradigm of hosting a music festival in 2019 isn‚Äôt 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 […]