Southern Indiana-bred singer-guitarist Reverend Peyton is the bigger-than-life frontman of Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band. He has earned a reputation as both a singularly compelling performer and a persuasive evangelist for the rootsy country blues styles that captured his imagination early in life and inspired him and his band to make pilgrimages to Clarksdale, Mississippi to study under such blues masters as T-Model Ford, Robert Belfour and David "Honeyboy" Edwards. The Front Porch Sessions maintains a potent level of intensity throughout, from the upbeat optimism of the album-opener "We Deserve a Happy Ending" to the blunt slice-of-life rural reality of "One More Thing" to the rollicking, playful swagger of "Shakey Shirley," "One Bad Shoe" and "Cornbread and Butterbeans." Meanwhile, the instrumentals "It's All Night Long" and "Flying Squirrels" demonstrate the Rev's nimble, imaginative guitar work."
Though Kendrick Lamar said rappers had until April 7 to get their stuff together, they’ve now been given a week to breathe. The tracklist is 14 songs long, ne of which is the lead single “Humble,” produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and Pluss. The song is expected to debut near the top of the Billboard Hot 100 next week.
Ce livre propose la «biographie d'un lieu», Le Brady, dernier cinéma de quartier parisien. L'auteur, qui y fut projectionniste dans les années 2000, a tiré de cette expérience un texte foisonnant, drôle et informé. Il met en scène ses collègues, l'increvable propriétaire J.-P. Mocky, les fondus de films «bis» (fantastique, gore, kung-fu, western-spaghetti voire moussaka, porno), mais aussi d'autres spectateurs atypiques (sans-logis, retraités maghrébins, amateurs de brèves rencontres), et tous les riverains occasionnels (prostituées, coiffeurs afro, soiffards). …
Ever notice how there’s a lot more people that say they’re going to write a book than there are people that have actually written a book? That’s because book writing is romanticized as some super creative thing that only people directly connected with their muse do. In reality though, writing a book is simply a matter of putting a lot of little steps together into one massive plan. And the good thing is, none of those steps, once you know them, are tremendously hard to do. That’s why we created the Finish Your Damn Book course. We’ve both been there on the “I want to write a book” side and then on the “I’ve written and released a book” side. And that’s where we want to help you. We want you to join us on the finished book side.
This is the hot seat workshop seminar that John did in in Reno Nevada 2007.