You’ve probably heard it before: music heals. But it’s one thing to know the power of music exists and it’s another to see it in action. Musicians on Call has been the force behind the healing power of music across America since 1999. During that time, they’ve set up in-room performances for over half a million individuals […]Read more "Give Well: Musicians on Call"
No matter what your stance on the legalization of marijuana, it’s pretty hard to make a case against the conglomerate it’s become and how vastly it’s growing. Medicine Man, located just outside of Denver, Colorado, is an empire all on its own and we were lucky enough to receive a private tour a couple of weeks […]Read more "Medicine Man: The Empire"
All roads lead to Nashville. At least, that’s what it feels like recently with the influx of *“transplants” and tourism at an all-time-high. Whether Nashville is your new home, or you’re just visiting for a family vacation or bachelorette party, your time here won’t be complete without taking on The Escape Game at either the downtown […]Read more "We Escaped!"
While the title of this post sounds a bit like the start to a Dr.Seuss book, this zoo-based event was geared toward the 21 & up crowd. Welcoming “all species of beer lovers” the zoo was packed with over 100 craft breweries, food trucks to satisfy any craving and of course, so many animals. Being in the zoo […]Read more "Brew at the Zoo: Event Review"
The great thing about music is, like all art forms, it’s left to interpretation. One-hundred people could each have their own understanding of a song or performance and no one idea is right. Music is about evoking emotion and so, in turn, a show that revolves around music like the Grammys should do the same […]Read more "The 58th Annual Grammys Summed Up in 5 Minutes"
Let’s say we’re creating a budget. We have different categories like entertainment, transportation, food and bills. I vaguely remember a time when concerts were in the category of “entertainment.” They were right up there with a nice dinner, a movie or bowling. You set aside a little bit of money each week until you saved […]Read more "“I Got a Bone to Pick”"
They say music is subjective and that, as a form of art, individuals interpret the songs they hear based on their own knowledge and preferences. If that is the case, than how can the “top 100’s” that exist today truly depict the most popular songs, artists and albums of our era? The tracking and data […]Read more "America’s Top 100"