Xperience

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Halloween is coming, and a full moon will shine upon the October Issue of Xperience. But you don’t have to wait to read it! Featured are dancer and choreographer Jillian Davis, punk-Russion folk band Caribbean Crisis, writer and comedian Greg Mania, Brule County Bad Boys, and writer and photographer Vincent Zandri. Xperience October Issue – […]

Paul was always one for “bad” jokes and puns, so he started telling at least one joke a week.  It was an immensely popular segment of the show. Most of them were real groaners. After a year of hearing these jokes week after week, folks started getting tired of it and came asking me to do something […]

Music has had an amazing ability to adapt to the most stringent adversity, and the pandemic has been case in point, seeing bands once reliant on their live sets eaking out an existence with livestreams and social media. But on October 1st, Facebook is putting down an iron fist. WeRaveYou has the story. Facebook adds […]

         One of the many visitors we had while living in Hebo was our old friend Clinton. Clinton is the juggler who had lived in our backyard in Portland and who became a good friend. After his year off traveling by thumb around the country, he went back to Yale to finish […]

In January of 2002, Budweiser aired a 9/11 Tribute commercial only once, so as not to profit from it. Today is the 19th anniversary of the catastrophic attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. It hits us especially hard this year, because, like that day, Americand are called upon to rise to a […]

We settled into our new coastal life easily. The Friday night Open Mic at The Riverhouse was a huge success. We kept meeting more and more like-minded people and were surrounded by music. We had a reliable babysitter who came from a large family and was not flustered by Justin’s adventurous nature. After a couple […]

Celeste Plowden has such a way about her writing style that you are often left wondering if she herself actually had experienced what she writes about; even if it defies what we assume to be impossible. RRX: Many may know you as an artist and I know you can sing too but today we are […]

So if you haven’t familiarized yourself with Matt Pless yet, you can thank me later. We the music lovers are always looking to find new music and musicians to add to our personal playlists. I say look no further, Matt has been described as today’s Bob Dylan but I find Matt’s lyrics to be a […]

Reality can be bleached by the news tickers and the 9-to-5s and the endless pile of pills that cry out to be juggled. And then you see it: that flash of color. The shapes, stroke and gloriously blended gradients that soak into that bleached timeline to remind us that there’s more to live than the […]

America is a treasure chest to the ear. Along the highways and byways beats are carried over vibrating strings and crooners sing for that girl they knew one summer at the county fair. Americana is more than just a music; it’s music. It’s the telling of a story in a language everyone can get. Marcus […]


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