For Cinqo de Mayo, some of the Mexicali ladies took a walk down to the Lincoln Home, the local retirement community, for a fun fashion show featuring clothing from local shops. Here’s Mexicali co-owner Kim Erskine getting a little goofy with a tiny festive hat made out of a styrofoam cup: The show was to […]
This pipe organ, or “beergan”, has been made with beer bottles instead of pipes! Made by Peterson Tuners, click here to hear it play Eleanor Rigby. To make music, you don’t really need separate supplies from the world you live in. You can hum or croak, clap your hands, or create percussion by tapping on […]
photo via americansongwriter.com If you aren’t familiar with this cool little music-maker, the ukulele is a small guitar-like instrument with four strings. They are fun to play, supremely portable, and are a fairly easy instrument to transition to if you play the guitar. One of the things we like best about ukuleles is that their […]
Whether you’re tired of the music you always listen to or want to add some variety to your next mixtape, discovering a new band that you really dig is always an awesome feeling! The internet is a perfect place to find pretty much anything, but if you don’t know what you are looking for you […]
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photo via hotdayatthezoo.com A high-energy quartet from Lowell, Massachusetts, Hot Day at the Zoo mixes ragtime, folk, blues and jazz with rocking bluegrass for a listening and concert experience that is good times all around. They call their eclectic musical style “zoograss”, and that is also the title of their newest album. Lead singer Michael […]