Tag Archives: Dream Town Media
Yesterday, music lost the great boogie woogie blues piano man, Pinetop Perkins. It caused me to reminis a bit about one of my visits to Austin, we stayed downtown near Town Lake. We spent the whole trip walking back and forth to the bars on 6th Street. Back theen the bar or the corner of Neches and 6th used to be named for the proprietor, Nuno. Continue reading
On March 19, 2011, a new exhibit opens at Chelsea River Gallery featuring the fine art of Lesa Chittenden Lim / Meighen Jackson. ““Observation, Gesture, Interpretation” opens to the public with a reception on March 19 at the Gallery from 5-8pm. They will also have an Artist Talk with both artists on April 30 at 2pm.
Sunday, March 6 at 5pm, Jake Tobias and Melissa Behring plan to hit the Gus Jam one last time before they embark on their Asian Tour later this month. So, if you’re looking to see them before they split, stop by Gusoline Alley. Continue reading
PLEASE go to the Texas Music Awards voting page. Register with your email, city and state location. Then check out the Male Vocalist category and vote for Bo Porter. Continue reading
“Observation, Gesture, Interpretation” How can an artist produce works that convey complex layers of meaning and emotion and yet preserve the excitement of the first impression, the energy of the initial gesture or sketch? This exhibit demonstrates masterful examples of artistic responses to this question. Continue reading
“Natural Allies” Tom Nuzum & Curtis Miller Artist Event: Saturday, February 12, 2pm River Gallery / 120 S. Main Street / Chelsea, MI 48118 / 734.433.0826 Artist Talk…and “Fare Thee Well” Tom. Curtis Miller will be here on Saturday to … Continue reading
The “Natural Allies” exhibition featuring Tom Nuzum and Curtis Miller opens January 22 – March 5, 2011 with a reception on Saturday, January 22, 5-8pm and an artist talk: Saturday, Feb 12, 2pm at the River Gallery in Chelsea, MI.
Since music is my #1 passion and the foundation of Dream Town Media, I’d be remiss without sharing some of the independant artists that I know and love. Over the past year, many of these musicians have had a personal … Continue reading