Courtesy of Outside Lands by FilmMagic.com Sasha Sloan's star is rising fast. Music started to call her at the age of 10 when she started writing her own songs. And now, after writing hits for superstars like Camila Cabello and John Legend, it's her turn to invade your ears and your hearts. Fighting the stigma of mental illness is an ongoing battle, so it is refreshing to see an artist speak of her own struggles openly and honestly. On her opening track "Normal" from her late
Photo Credit: Matt Benton Growing up in the small city of Davis in California, these five young rock stars played in different bands in high school. But, destiny seemed to take over once band founders Adam and Nick decided to form a two piece band named Hot Flash Heat Wave. It wasn't serious at first and the band played small parties and garage shows. But, it was obvious that this band was the real deal...and killin' it on the Panhandle Stage at Outside Lands further solidifi
Courtesy of Outside Lands by FilmMagic.com AJNA rocked one of the biggest stages at one of the biggest music festivals in the world. This could easily be the pinnacle of any performer's career, but for this group comprised with members from all corners of the globe...it is only just the beginning. But, it was definitely a journey to get to the Lands End stage on Sunday. AJNA competed with over 300 acts to earn the right to be sent by Berklee Popular Music Institute. The compe
This past weekend, Golden Gate Park was filled with music lovers from all over the world. Why? San Francisco's yearly music festival Outside Lands graced the bay area with some of the industry's biggest showstoppers in the world. Outside Lands has a reputation for bringing big names to fill it's stages, and the 10th edition of our annual visit from Ranger Dave and friends did not disappoint at all. Now, I know what you are thinking. "Dan, Outside Lands? 60+ musical acts? Over
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