Music






Wobbly Fest draws large crowds at White Lion

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu
Photographs by Phillip C. Sunkel IV

Fans of the St. Augustine sing-a-long band Wobbly Toms were not bothered by news of a CD release delay on Saturday, Jan. 15, the second day of Wobbly Fest at the White Lion Restaurant & Pub. Instead, they did not seem to notice. They were too busy dancing, singing, drinking and celebrating what the eight-piece band calls “feel good music.”


Flagler student becomes pop singer

By Lawrence Griffin | gargoyle@flagler.edu

Flagler alum Paige Marie Garrity, 19, is living her childhood dream as a rising pop star, preparing to release her debut mix-tape next January.

“I knew from a very young age that performing was what I wanted to do…When my friends would come over, we would get all dressed up and put on shows at my parents’ dinner parties,” Garrity said. “I wasn’t a shy kid, I loved being the center of attention when it came to the ‘spotlight.’ I would choreograph routines to Britney Spears, N’Sync and Christina Aguilera and beg for my friends to perform them with me, even when they didn’t want to.”




Some Notes: Vampire Weekend comes to town

By Jake Heckman | jheckman@flagler.edu

Pitchfork.com called them “warm, airy, low-gimmick pop…” Spin magazine gave their latest album an 8 out of 10! So who is this band that everyone is so caught up on?

They sardonically call themselves Vampire Weekend and they’re coming to the St. Augustine Amphitheater Thursday night.