By Kevin Alan Lamb Handmade music, made with love, built upon a foundation of possibility and the best intentions. Music is medicine and our world needs healing; our people need healing. Our community is hungry for an active reminder that we are not alone and despite the challenges before us, we will retrace our… Continue reading Handmade Music Festival Preview
By Kevin Alan Lamb We arrived to my first Wheatland greeted by the most beautiful sunset I’ve been privy to this year. The rolling, grassy hills were yet to be occupied by the vehicles transporting festival attendees from far and wide. My friend Matt’s pass wasn’t left for him at will call, which allotted us… Continue reading Happy Wheatland!
By Kevin Alan Lamb Home is this beautiful, safe-place where we grow relationships like seeds in a garden, flee from to see the world, and retreat to for balance, comfort, and community. Each of us has different reasons for going, or coming back, but no matter the distances you travel, and storylines that seem to… Continue reading Oliver Hazard, Take Me Back (Home)
By Kevin Alan Lamb Gypsy Camp rose early and rallied quickly. Thirty minutes behind is really 43 minutes ahead of schedule on Gypsy time. Jack readied the vessel, armed with a fresh set of wheels, while Nancy brewed the coffee and prepared delicious, tackling fuel to fill our bellies, ripe with a sense of adventure.… Continue reading The Gasoline Gypsies: Beaver Island Music Festival
By Kevin Alan Lamb When I learned the Michigan Rattlers were playing Short’s Fest it felt like I was supposed to be there. When I learned that the Paddlebots were headlining the very same evening I opened myself to the realistic possibility, that I would be finding my way up north for an overnight filled… Continue reading Short’s Fest ’18 Recap