11 articles found by John Hubner
The Be Colony may be a young-ish group of guys, but they don't sound it. If you see them live, or check out their Bandcamp page and listen to the two tracks they have on there, these Fort Wayne dudes sound like a group of well-seasoned rock and rollers…
I've known Greg W. Locke for close to 10 years now. Granted I've never met the man to his face or shared a beer with him, but we've discussed music and cinema via this thing called the internet on several occasions.
||No Ordinary Comrade
So let's say you start a band with some of your best pals. You work hard and write some great songs. You play some shows, decide to cut an album and really go for it. Then, right after you give the world the gift of music, one of those pals moves away.
||Running: thoughts from a late bloomer
Running is starting to become easier for me. Maybe it's that I'm getting healthier as I get older. Or maybe it's that I'm scared.
||Carp rock: A Conversation With The Rutabega's Joshua Wayne Hensley
Carp Rock. You may be wondering just what in the hell carp rock is. I wondered that myself after seeing it mentioned on The Rutabega's Bandcamp page…
||Something Bigger Than Yourself : A Conversation With Robert Harrison
Somewhere between Fort Wayne and South Bend on Highway 30 sits a town called Columbia City. Within Columbia City's city limits a kid named Robert Harrison spent his formative years writing concertos on the recorder, bringing his acoustic guitar with him wherever he went, and honing his skills as a songwriter.
||Answering his call: Brian Jenkins preserves the past through film
Not that long ago (March to be exact), I spoke with Fort Wayne native, current San Diego resident, and Riot House Records owner Brian Jenkins about his move from the Midwest, his growing San Diego roots, running a record label, and his involvement in the excellent vinyl collecting doc Records Collecting Dust.
||Living Well: the Story of Ryan Kerr
It's a great feeling when you come across an artist that comes from a truly honest place. That place where there's nowhere to hide and conceal the truth of creativity. There's no put-ons or gimmicky song and dance. The art you see is the art you get.
||A New Language: Catching up with Omar Afzaal
If you've been a follower of music in the Fort Wayne music scene for the last 10 years, then chances are you know the name Omar Afzaal.
||Lost in space
I can remember it clearly. I was perusing my favorite blogs back in March — when we were all still aglow from My Bloody Valentine's triumphant return after two decades of knob turning and hand wringing — when I came across an article about a band called White Hills.
||From Florence with love
Once in a while you have to look beyond what you know to find that next great album. Sometimes in order to expand your mind you have to say the hell with what you do know and open that noggin of yours and let something you don't know soak in.