Autumn is a beautiful time of year, a season that encourages both introspection and a deep appreciation of the people who surround us. Perhaps it is the changing colors that resonates within us to think about our own self and the changes we too must undergo; perhaps the mounting cold simply encourages us to cherish the warmth we find within one another. Or maybe it’s just a reflexive need to find someone with whom we can cuddle up with and be physically and emotionally cozy.
The most recent Blues on the Green installment came with high expectations and it definitely did not disappoint.
KGSR’s Blues on the Green is the largest and longest running free concert series in Austin. Last Wednesday (May 25) at 8 p.m., clouds of bug spray and smoke mixed in the air above Zilker Park, as people started flooding into the venue to celebrate Blue’s on the Green’s 26th inception since the concert series began years ago.
On Vinyl Music recently co hosted an Adult Coloring book event on St. Edward’s University campus.
This week marks the final one for Austin’s most notable music venues, Holy Mountain, which has paved a reputation of being an incubator for Austin artists on the rise and hosting one of the most intimate set ups in town.
Our friend and Atlantic Records recording artist Max Frost is up and at it again with his new EP titled “INTOXICATION” to be released tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 25, 2015.