No one would expect a young, vibrant couple to reshape the way locals dine in St. Augustine Beach. But Brendan Schneck and Kelly Hazouri, co-owners of Big Island Bowls food truck, have been steadily working on changing the food scene.
Not a lot of things in life are perfect, but these restaurants are pretty close.
While it is normal for performers to refer to the people that listen to their music as “fans”, Kentucky-rooted band, Sundy Best, prefers to call them “kinfolk”.
Enter the Haggis, a Toronto based indie/folk rock band, had a change of scenery from their Northern roots while passing through Florida this week on their American tour.
By Ryan Buffa | firstname.lastname@example.org
Langhorne Slim and the Law will be playing the Original CafÃ© 11 on Saturday, March 10 and will bring a gospel sound with a rock and roll feel.
Langhorn Slim fits into the folk, singer-songwriter genre and going to his live performances could be described as a gospel-like experience. This is because his creative process requires three aspects that bleed into his live performances.
“Pay attention to the spirit when it moves you. Try to write down every idea. Feed inspiration with love,” Slim said.
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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus rocked the crowd at the Original Cafe 11 last Wednesday on their tour for their latest album, “Am I the Enemy?”
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus was formed in Middleburg, Fla. and so the alternative rock band kicked off their Florida tour in St. Augustine last Wednesday.
By Angela Biggs | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shannon and the Clams is not a ‘run-of-the-mill’ band. They are out of this world, distinctive and gifted characters. Shannon Shaw works her magic on bass and vocals, Cody Blanchard gives us his all on guitar and vocals and Ian Amberson keeps the beat going on drums and back-up vocals.
This band from Oakland, Calif. wants their fans to be inspired to let go of trying to be cool and, as Blanchard said, “have as much stupid, wild and embarrassing fun as we do.”
Blanchard considers their genre to be mutant mummy oldies, while Shannon sees it as weird oldies and mischief music. Either way, this band rocks the house all over the country.