Travis Smith

  My home town of sweet ole Spartanburg is littered with some rich musical history and I try to bring that up every time I get a chance. Yeah, it’s  home to many legends and these days many soon to be favorites are playing all the wonderful places (most in walking distance) it has to…

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FEATURE AND INTERVIEW: MATER TALKS ANVIL

Keep on rockin Keep on rockin To this metal tonight Keep on pounding Keep on pounding Join the heavy metal fight       “Growing up is just an option!” announced enthusiastic fifty-eight year old Steve “Lips” Kudlow, the lead vocalist and guitarist for the heavy metal band Anvil. His statement is in the audio from an interview…

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Roger Alan Wade & Jesco White

Jason Robinson talks with legendary songwriter Roger Alan Wade and The Dancing Outlaw himself, Jesco White, in a hotel before the show at Ground Zero in historic Spartanburg, SC.      A Conversation With Roger Alan Wade: Jason Robinson & Roger Alan Wade at Ground Zero. Photo by by Chris Cook.   A Conversation With…

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Spartanburg’s Jam In The Park

The weather (and atmosphere) was next to perfect, to load up the family and venture out to Jam In the Park. Duncan Park hosts the free event that is pet friendly, bike friendly, great to bring a picnic and enjoy a whole afternoon of great live local musicians. Spartanburg County Public Library was the sponsor…

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Heartworn Art: Townes Van Zandt

Sometimes we get lost in a moment, then always search for that moment’s magic over again. By the Grace through Art , we can relive those moments with paintings that take you back to that very feeling. Nashville Artist Amy Jean Kenna is a absoulte delightful painter who does her craft with incredible passion and unique…

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