Bingham Bob’s

by Cody Starr I’ve been backlogged with life lately but got to see Ryan Bingham earlier this month as he played back to back nights at Billy Bob’s. I don’t have any mind blowing revelations, I just wanted to share some images and video from that night. Everyone knows that Bingham is top shelf and the crowd was about as into it as any show I’ve seen there in recent memory. Mini venue rehash: if you’ve never been to Billy Bob’s Texas, general admission gets you in the door where you can enjoy the show from the main bar area,

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Are We To Judge?

by: Cody Starr Brad turned me on to the Galleywinter seeded podcast, The Co-Write with Bobby Duncan and Donovan Dodd, (shout out, check it out https://thecowrite.wordpress.com/) and I’ve been binge listening to last year’s episodes. Last summer there were a couple of times the guys posed the question as to whether or not we could “judge” art or music. It was a stream of consciousness conversation and I didn’t feel like they came down on one side or another and it got me thinking. Of course we can judge, art is purely a subjective thing. Hell even what you classify as

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A Troubadour’s Prayer Answered

by: Cody Starr Dan Johnson’s latest single off his self titled album Dan Johnson and the Salt Cedar Rebels turned from prayer of desperation into a dream come true. Most people trying to make it in this scene can relate heavily with “Troubadour’s Prayer.”  It’s a song about hopelessness and self-doubt that surrounds a struggling artist. What’s it worth? What’s this all for? I’d do all again, ask myself the same old questions one time more I’m not sure what scares me more How hard I could fall or the chance to fly like I’ve never done before   The

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