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 Only you can map the measurement for what you perceive as success in your life. If you love something I recommend you harness the passion to put in the energy and effort it takes to hold onto it, and keep it present in your day-to-day life. For the third consecutive year… Continue reading MO POP FESTIVAL, 2018
By Kevin Alan Lamb I first crossed paths with The Werks at Nelson Ledges, for Summerdance, and have since gotten to know them during the 1-Year-Anniversary of a venue I can’t seem to recall the name of… Like the characters who comprise the four-piece psychedelic, jam-band from Dayton, Ohio, their music and improvisation inspires joy… Continue reading My Conversation With The Werks, Electric Forest 2018.
By Kevin Alan Lamb Aqueous (pronounced “ay-kwee-us”), like water, is as smooth and groovy as a Western wave at sunset. Since forming in Buffalo in 2006, guitarist Mike Gantzer, guitarist/keyboardist David Loss, bassist Evan McPhaden, and drummer Rob Houk have manifest “groove rock” stylings into the jam scene; Developing a special sound characterized by meticulous… Continue reading Aqueous, Electric Forest Preview
By Kevin Alan Lamb There’s no telling when the elevator doors will open, or whether we will be getting on or off, but when the time comes, step in or out with confidence because despite the opportunities presented to us, it is our actions and fortitude that deliver us to where we need to be.… Continue reading TAUK, Electric Forest Archives