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Kirsten Holly Smith – The Ghost of Dusty

Kirsten Holly Smith sees theatre as a direct medium to the soul. “No other art form affects you so immediately and as passionately as theatre,” she said. “It can move people to different emotional heights than other art forms.” The … Continue reading

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Sugarland – The Incredible Machine Tour

Sugarland’s in the middle of their “Incredible Machine” tour. In a world where we often feel like cogs in a machine, Sugarland’s new album and tour, “The Incredible Machine,” speaks to the many layers of the human condition. In response … Continue reading

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Musicians vs. politicians

I gave up on politics long ago and have maintained that it is the musician, not politician, who will change the world. Truth – an unknown in politics – is spoken on the streets (not on the computer or TV) by the … Continue reading

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