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WRitERS: Scottie Brown • terry Canter Bob Cheesman • Corrina Drost Kelly geist  •  Jessica Key Rachael Lamb  •  Dawn Lemay Shobha N. Lizaso  •  Marissa Puckett Liz Stokes  •  Keith Wilkins PhotogRAPhERS: Jordan Kruger • Neal Nachman

Music News.............................3 August Scrapbook...............15 Local Access with Keith Wilkins...19 Album Reviews....................23 Club Calendar........................26 Event Calendar......................27 PuBLiShER/EDitoR: Neal Nachman

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DiRECtoR oF MuLti-MEDiA PRoDuCtioNS: Kenny Moore ACCouNt EXECutiVES: Liz Stokes LEgAL CouNSEL: Shobha N. Lizaso

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CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night To Rock Airs August 3rd On ABC Country Music’s hottest stars will take over primetime with the biggest concert event on television this summer when the ABC Television Network airs “CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock" on Wednesday, Aug. 3 (8:00-11:00 PM/ET). Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett host the three-hour special that brings Country Music’s most storied Festival to a national television audience. “CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock” will be executiveproduced by Robert Deaton. Taking the stage for solo performances are superstars Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Brett, Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, Cole Swindell, Steven Tyler, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban. The fans who attend CMA Music Festival know that one of the highlights of the Nightly Concerts is the monumental pairings of musical icons that happen each year. The ABC special will highlight many of those collaborations including Dierks Bentley performing with Elle King, Luke Bryan with Keith Urban, Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett, Lady Antebellum with Cam, Little Big Town with Pharrell Williams, Rascal Flatts with Maren Morris, Steven Tyler with Martina McBride, Hank Williams, Jr. with Chris Janson and Justin Moore, and Chris Young duetting with Cassadee Pope. Filmed during CMA Music Festival June 9-12, the special features many of today's most exciting Country Music stars as they hit the stage during the four-day celebration of America’s music. The annual event is unlike any other, with meet-and-greets in Fan Fair X, live music on 11 stages, more than 600 artists and celebrities, and a guest list of 88,500 avid singing-and-dancingtill-dawn fans. The special first aired in 2004. This is the 3

12th time ABC will broadcast the special – which invites the whole country to America's largest Country Music celebration. The special will air on ABC through 2021. Kesha Drops California Suit Against Dr. Luke, Proceeds in New York Hoping to get her career back on track, Kesha has provided 28 new songs to her record label and has scaled back her legal actions against her label head, the pop super-producer Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald. Though the pop star will continue to pursue appeals in New York, where a judge dismissed her sexual abuse claims against Gottwald in April, she has dropped a similar set of claims in California, where her case has been on hold since June of last year. "Kesha has dismissed her California action without prejudice while she pursues her appeal and other legal claims in the New York courts," the pop star's counsel, Daniel Petrocelli, said in an official statement. "Kesha is focused on getting back to work and has delivered 28 new songs to the record label. We have conveyed to Sony and the label Kesha's strong desire to release her next album and single as soon as possible." The sole claim that remains pending is a request to terminate Kesha's contract with Gottwald's company, KMI, because his suit against her requested money damages rather than requiring her to fulfill the contract. "My fight continues," the singer wrote on Facebook. "I need to get my music out. I have so much to say. This lawsuit is so heavy on my once free spirit, and I can only pray to one day feel that happiness again. I am continuing to fight for my rights in New York. Thank you for all your support. The support of my fans has been so beautiful and I'm so grateful for it. I'm Not sure where I would be without you all." With no legal relief likely in the near future, Kesha faced the prospect of long-term career hiatus, even as her well-publicized case garnered widespread support from fans and

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other female artists. Amy Winehouse Foundation Opens Addiction Recovery Home for Women On the fifth anniversary of Amy Winehouse's death, the Amy Winehouse Foundation announced it would open a London home for women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. From 'Frank' outtakes to a soulful Beatles cover, hear some of the late star's most compelling rarities Amy's Place will house 12 apartments with the capability of providing shelter and services to 16 women hoping to reintegrate into society after battling addiction, the Guardian reports. The Amy Winehouse Foundation decided to start the home after discovering the paucity of similar rehabilitation centers in London. "There are about six women-only rehabs, and beyond that, there's an even greater paucity of women-specific recovery housing beds," Amy Winehouse Foundation special project director Dominic Ruffy told the Guardian. "There is only one other women-only recovery house in London and it’s only a four-bed with a six-month waiting list." Amy Winehouse fought a long, public battle with drug and alcohol addiction in the years before her 2011 death. Studies have shown that women are more likely to relapse back into addiction if not given proper post-rehab support. Amy's Place has consulted with other female-only recovery centers to coordinate a three-month plan that includes yoga, relapse prevention groups and potential skills and employability based workshops. Jane Winehouse, Amy's stepmother and a trustee of the Winehouse Foundation said, "This project will make such a profound difference to so many young women, enabling them to have a safe environment in which to rebuild their lives and put into

practice all the learning they have acquired through their treatment journey. Fresh starts are difficult to make, full of challenges, but at Amy's Place, we will give young women the tools and support to help make this a reality." Everly Brothers Documentary Gets DVD/Blu-ray Release The Everly Brothers' career-spanning BBC4 documentary Harmonies From Heaven will be released on 2-DVD, DVD/Blu-ray and digital formats on September 9th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. The film, which focuses on the duo's career prime in the Fifties and Sixties, includes additional bonus interviews not featured in the original broadcast, along with a DVD containing a previously unreleased, 14-track concert recorded at Sydney's Chequers Nightclub in 1968 for Australian TV. The set includes versions of hits like "Bye Bye Love," "Wake Up Little Susie" and "(Til) I Kissed You," among others. Harmonies From Heaven follows Phil and Don Everly's rise from performing as children on their father's radio show to creating an influential, harmony-defined musical style as adults. The film also delves into their relationship with publishers Acuff-Rose and songwriters Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. The documentary includes new interviews with surviving brother Don and archival interviews with Phil, who died in January 2014. Art Garfunkel, Keith Richards, Graham Nash, Dave Edmunds, Tim Rice, Albert Lee, Waddy Wachtel and Jake Bugg discuss the duo's influence. Bugg contributes two exclusive acoustic performances of Everly Brothers tracks.

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One of most influencial singers-songwriters of all time is the one and only Steven Tyler. Best known for being the lead singer of the rock band Aerosmith, along with with being a singer-songwriter, Steven plays harmonica, percussion and piano and has been a talent judge on the hit show "American Idol." Steven is known for his high screams and wide vocal range along with his elaborate outfits and high energy performances. After decades of number one hits including, "Dream On," "Sweet Emotion," "Love in an Elevator" and "Walk This Way," to name a few. In March of 2015, Steven announced that he was working on his first solo country album. In April, he announced that he signed a record deal with Scott Borchetta's Dot Records (a division of Big Machine Label Group) and in May, Steven released the lead single, "Love is Your Name." In July, Steven released his solo album and it debuted at #1 on the billboard charts. Steven talks to us today about his upcoming Country tour and what people should expect in the future from him. Steven says what he looks forward to the most is the looks of people's faces when performing. He states, “When we rip into the new version of "Janie" that I put together which it's going to be on the record. It's a bit darker than the other version, but it's

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countrified a little. And the look on people's faces when I rip "Into Only Heaven" and "We're All Somebody from Somewhere." It's like the same thing, I didn't know what was going to happen when Aerosmith first made it.” He continues, “But I did notice the looks on people's faces when they kind of liked it, and I'm just looking forward to that again. I've got three of us singing, so the backgrounds are delicious, I got three girls in the band, so we're beautiful to look at!" Steven tells us that he is in just a high place right now because Nashville has been so good to him in the last year and a half. He said,"I've managed to put together 15-16 songs that came out much better than I had ever expected. I'm looking forward to playing all those songs live. The vibe here in Nashville is ridiculous, the passion, the soul. There's still a big soul beating here, where as in a lot of other places where it used to, it's kind of dead because of businesses took over. Here, it's still alive and the passion fuels that and I'm stuck right in the middle of it. So I'm loving it and I can't wait to get on the tour with my country band, if you will." "You know I'm so flipped out to turn around and see a whole bunch of other faces. I mean, I love Aerosmith and I'm looking forward to going on tour in South America

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this October/November. But this is a real hoot. I've never done a solo anything and I kind of got jealous that the other guys in the band did. So I took a year off, but I think you'll like what you hear," says Steven. Steven has written with people like Chris Distefano, Rhett Akins, Hillary Lindsey, Lindsey Lee and the Warren Brothers. Steven tells us that he will be sitting in bed at night listening to songs that they wrote that day, and even the demos and he would have to get out of bed and drop to his knees and just say, "Thank you God, because I don't even know where that shit came from and you're going to agee with me that it fell from the stars. I had nothing to do with this shit. It's just Nashville, it's something so magaical about this town and me writing with all these people, that whatever you hear, it was magic. When I came to Nashville, I took a chance. I did not sign with Scott Borchetta right away, I said, ‘Let me see what I get,’ Because, hey, who knows? But after two months, it just started coming heavy and hard. And I just wanted a record that, as they say in the old days, is like four of five deep which means there's possibly four or five singles. And as you know, country music still plays stuff with melody, and I have a sorcerer's grasp of melody, I like to think. So I'm a freak for that. And thank God they're still playing it in country and I think they're going to be all over songs like "Only Heaven." Because I love going out onstage and playing somthing so fu*king great, that I think, and can't wait to the next day and try it again. And I think this new country record, you're going to hear stuff that, I mean, certainly Aerosmith couldn't have done it because, you know in that sense, it's solo. Because I got to run it by five guys, we are a band with four other guys. But in this sense, I got to write with people and co-produce with T Bone Burnett and everything was open and wild and

easy and free; and why not and it's all in there!" Steven says, "We just finished mastering the other night and I'm happy as a clam and I just think as you can hear in my voice, I wake up passionate. And passion means I can’t wait to do whatever, either feed my koi fish or the dogs or write a song or run though the woods or something like that. But I'm kind of grateful that I haven't sat back on my laurels. I really took a chance on this country record and it just turned out so much better than I ever thought. So sky is the limit from here on out." Be sure to catch Steven Tyler performing his only Florida stop on Monday, August 29th at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater. If it's anything like his performance in Aerosmith, you won't want to miss it, see you all there!

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Tesla is known for their brand of rock ‘n roll blues. They reached noteriety with the 1989's release, "The Great Radio Controversy" and the single "Love Song." They were there in the 90's with Nirvana and Clapton doing their set for MTV's show "Unplugged." "Signs" was covered and recorded live by Tesla for their Five Man Acoustical Jam album in 1990, peaking at number 8 on the Pop charts. Band members are lead vocalist Jeff Keith, guitarists Frank Hannon and Tommy Skeoch, bassist Brian Wheat, and drummer Troy Luccketta. Four platinum albums and thirty years later, they are still making music and have hit the road again with long time friends Def Leppard. I had the pleasure of getting to sit down and have a chat with Jeff Keith. Marissa: First off, I just wanted to thank you for taking your time out to talk to me today. I will try to keep this as quick as I possibly can. Jeff: Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Marissa: The first thing I want to know right off the bat is, you're on tour right now. With Def Leppard and REO Speedwagon, right? Jeff: Right. Well, actually we're playing a couple, just two shows in Wendover on Friday night and in our hometown on Saturday night. And in the following week,

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we'll hook back up at Def Leppard and REO. Marissa: I know that you're going to be here in Houston on August 22nd, so I'm really looking forward to trying to catch the show that night. Jeff: It's gonna be great. Last time we were in Tampa, we didn't even get to play because of that thunderstorm. It was Crazy weather. Marissa: It's been coming down like crazy. I'm gonna just dive right in to it. Tell me again about some of your upcoming projects with Tesla. Jeff: Well, we recorded...the last show on our tour with Def Leppard and Styx, we recorded our first record, Mechanical Resonance and we're recording it live every night. And I believe that's going to be released very soon. Marissa: June 1st Jeff: Yeah. So we're supposed to be releasing Mechanical Resonance Live, which we're really excited about. And it came out great. Marissa: I heard it through the grapevine that this project was Phil Collen’s idea? Jeff: Yeah, and he's going to produce a record for us, we're gonna work with him making a brand new record. And so far, things are going great. And he's a great guy and really helping us put some direction behind it.

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Marissa: Well, I've enjoyed watching the footage of all of your shows up until this point. I've been on YouTube and been watching videos and you look like you're having the best time together. Jeff: Oh, it's great to be back. They're the best, you know? Because we did the whole indoor-outdoor thing for 14 months in '87 and '88, and being back playing with them again is just awesome. Playing in the arenas again, it's just a great deal. Now, we've got REO Speedwagon with us this year and we've already done a leg. Better than ever, man, it's just great. Marissa: Cool, that's cool. What have you personally been listening to lately other than Tesla? For your pleasure? Jeff: Oh, man, I'm old school, I tend to listen to just the old songs. I'm not exactly up on all the new, new stuff. Marissa: I find myself going back to what I listened to, when I was a teenager. I still listen to that quite a lot. Jeff: Yeah, me too. Me too. I'm a little...I'm just so inspired by that stuff. Marissa: Right. Jeff: So for me, I'm the least hip guy in the video, as far as the music of today, I'll be quite honest with you, but sometimes the band will play stuff and I'm like, ‘Oh yeah, I like that,’ but sometimes I don't know any of the names or anything. But like I said, most of the time when I'm at home or driving around, I'm just banging out those new Tesla songs. Trying to bang out new stuff. Yeah. Marissa: I dig it. I was listening to a lot of Tesla over the last couple of days in order to prepare myself. And you know, it was just one after another, ‘I remember I loved that song when it came out.’ I remember because I was about twenty when ya'll started really exploding. Jeff: We're one of those bands that, throughout the years, you go to a concert

and you go, ‘Oh, I forgot they did this song,’ ‘Oh, I forgot they did that song.’ Marissa: That's a lot of fun, because you start singing along to a song you haven't heard in quite a little while. Jeff: Yeah. Yeah. You go, ‘Oh man, I really love that song. I didn't know them guys did that.’ Then all of a sudden, you hear another one, and you go, ‘Oh wow, that one, too.’ We have been very fortunate with our songs. That they all have a timeless feel to them. So they are dated, but they still are fresh. Marissa: There is a whole new generation listening. Jeff: That's right. And there are a lot of younger kids in the audience and, man, that's great. I just love seeing younger kids in the audience and they are just singing along to all the words and they know them by heart. Marissa: Absolutely. My 16-year-old was listening to some of your tracks and she was enjoying it that made me smile. Jeff: Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And like you're saying, we're still able to get the people to come out and line up and come in and fill up the building. The pattern comes full circle, playing songs from way back and then some of the newer ones from our later records. They're just loving it and we're loving it, too. Marissa: It sounds like you've been having the best time. Are you going to continue touring with Def Leppard for the next foreseeable future or are there other plans? Jeff: Yeah, I know throughout the rest of this year to the end of October, we're going to be out with them. And things went so well with Styx and Def Leppard last year, they said, "Hey, let's go out this year. We'll have REO Speedwagon playing in the middle spot." People are just packing the places up, just loving it and just enjoying the overall show. Be sure to catch their show in Tampa on August 15 at 7:00 PM. Tesla with Def Leppard and REO Speedwagon at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre.

Tesla will be performing at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa with Def Leppard and REO Speedwagon on August 15th. Full Access Magazine

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Johnny and Donnie Van Zant are just some good old boys from Jacksonville, Florida. These guys are two brothers, who have made a name for themselves as legends in rock music with their bands, 38 Special and Lynyrd Skynyrd, but the two brothers come together for the Van Zant Band. The guys just release a new live record called “Red, White, and Blue,” recorded at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia over 10 years prior to the release. “It was a friend of mine that plays in 38 Special, the bass player. He called me up and asked if it would be cool to record it and I said yeah!,” says Donnie. The setlist combined the whole discography that the Van Zant duo has put out and the guys even put in some Lynyrd Skynyrd and 38 Special songs. “We were touring for ‘Get Right with the Man’ and those songs were just so new to us that we just enjoyed playing all of those,” says Johnny. LJ is the bass player for 38 Special and he is the main one responsible for having this show recorded. “If it wasn’t for him, we wouldn’t have gone back 9 or 10 years and listened to this,” says Johnny. A Van Zant live show is a great show and is something that people only get to experience very rarely. “The Van Zant band has done very few live shows and I think that’s what makes us unique,” says Johnny. The Van Zant band is a mixture of

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tons of genres and has something for a little bit of everyone. “Lynyrd Skynyrd has always been a lot of rock, a lot of country, a lot of blues, and stuff like that,” Johnny says. Red, White, and Blue contains a lot of music from the Van Zant albums, all the way to Lynyrd Skynyrd’s biggest hits. “It was really cool for the brothers to be together and playing Sweet Home Alabama for the first time, the brothers playing together was cool,” Donnie says. The audience is electric in this record and the Van Zants connect with the audience on such a level, that there is never a dull moment in this show. Country was always something that the Van Zant brothers wanted to dabble in. “I think if Ronnie’s plans would have come through and the plane didn’t crash, he wanted to make a country album, so this is really cool to be able to do,” says Johnny. The Van Zant’s get to live vicariously through taking the Van Zant’s through a musical direction that their brother Ronnie wanted to go. The Van Zant’s even had a top 10 country hit with their song, ‘Help Somebody.’ Donnie states, “We always had country music around our house, so it wasn’t a jump for Johnny and I to do this.” The Van Zant brothers always had a hand in country music. “I think any of these songs could have been on a Skynyrd record, we didn’t really think out of the

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box too much,” says Johnny. Both the brothers of the brothers have had a tone of accomplishments with both their bands. One achievement in particular, would be Lynyrd Skynyrd getting inducted into the hall of fame. “Skynyrd was nominated like 6 years in a row, so it was kind of a joke. We were like ‘Oh we got nominated again.’” says Johnny. “You’re always at the top of your game when you are inducted into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame. I think that Ronnie was looking down from Heaven and he was really proud of us,” says Donnie. Donnie has his accomplishments with 38 Special with 3 platinum albums and a gold album, along with several hit singles. These boys have been at the top of the southern rock mountain since they began. Red, White, and Blue could not have been released at a better time as this country is going through turmoil and this live record can show that there are still people that believe in our country and that we can still be a strong unit. “We were actually going to release Red, White, and Blue last year, but here we are around election year, it’s near the 4th of July, and we have a CD called “Red, White, and Blue,” Donnie Says. KISS member Gene Simmons made a comment about rock being dead and different artists feel certain ways about the matter. “I think he means with bands playing their music live. I think that’s what he meant. I took my 14 year old daughter to see some bands and everything felt tracked. When we were growing up that was far from what we listened to. I don’t know, I don’t think it is, but I pray to God that Mr. Simmons is wrong,” Johnny said. The Van Zants are a big piece of evidence showing that rock is not dead. After years of playing music, they are still going, keeping up with all these rock groups and country artists. “The cool thing about Skynyrd is, that about a month ago we

played a festival and it was with Tim McGraw, Eric Church , and people like that and then we turned around and played a festival with Metallica and people like that, so the music is broad. We played Hellfest in France and thought we are going to be small time to these people, but we went out and killed it,” said Johnny. The Van Zant brothers do in fact love some of today’s music; and even some of the artists that are in the music industry today are influenced by these brothers. “When I think of rock from the south, I think of bands like Black Stone Cherry, Blackberry Smoke, but there’s a lot things that I listen to. Not anything like I’ve got to see that, do that, or love that, but there are things that I can appreciate,” says Johnny. “I will tell you brother, when we did the country album, we had a lot of country artists come up to us and say how big of an influence we had on them with Skynyrd and 38 Special, ” Says Donnie. In conclusion, these brothers play and have created influence for all types of genres. Whether it’s 38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd or Van Zant, these guys have music for any age group and any preference. The music is fun, catchy, meaningful, and everything you would want in an artist. “Red, White, and Blue has something for everyone and shows the love that people still have for our wonderful country.

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Kaya Stewart was born in London, England, but was raised in Los Angeles, California and growing up in the spotlight along side her very well known writer, producer, manager, father, Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame. She most definitely paid attention to her surroundings and not only does well in school, but does even better in the school of life. Ms. Stewart released her debut EP, "In Love with a Boy," along side the release of the title track as her first single. This soulful, power song set a record for being the most added song to radio playlists ever for a new artist. When I sat down with Kaya I had two sets of questions because, to be honest, I didn't know what to expect. Should I expect a playful anxious young girl or a artist poised to make her mark on an industry that she has been groomed for. I threw out the first set of questions. It was evident from the moment she walked in that it was going to be the latter. Let's get down to business. When I asked Kaya if she had been involved in any other projects, we had a little fun with it. After all, the age a lot of artists get their start comes at such an early age these days. She says, “This is my first project.” Joking about her age, “Ya, can't you tell,

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I have about 30 years under my belt. No, everything started for me about two years ago. That's when I actually started putting the album together. I have been writing most of my life. I was the kid who would come home from school and just write all night. I'm really excited, I feel like this is the right opportunity to let people know who I am.” Her father being the incredibly talented person he is and knowing how independent and mature today's youth think they are, I found it fitting to pry a bit into their relationship by asking if she ever needs to tell him to ease up. She begins by saying, “Well, he is my manager, my producer and my dad, so when I go into manager or producer mode with him and he is such an amazing songwriter, I don't think we ever argue because I think we are on the same page with that, all the time. Of course as a dad, I have to tell him to relax a bit, but it never gets heated.” Although I definitely feel influence coming from her years being around the electronic rock style, I was curious about who, as a young lady, has been the biggest influence in her life. Stewart says, “There is this singer named Vanessa Amorosi, she is from Australia. She has been the biggest inspiration to me. She has taught me so

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much as I was growing up, about singing, songwriting and the people you work with and how much you should respect them and the fans. I wouldn't be where I am today without her. I'm going to call her right after this. I really miss her.” Growing up around so many musicians and having such a melting pot to listen too, I want to know what she finds interesting these days. “Right now, Kings of Leon,” she says. “Lately, I have been a little obsessed with them. I really liked their newer music so it kind of made me dive into some of their older stuff, so I have been super excited about them. So many of their older songs I had heard and didn't even know it was them.” Being a bit new to the touring lifestyle, I asked her about the good and the bad parts of being on the road. She responds, “I love performing live. That is always my favorite thing to do. It's really cool to hang out with my band and meet a lot of new people. As for the bad, I think this is going to sound stupid, laundry. I keep wearing the same things over and over again, so much that I think people can start to tell. Other than laundry also showering, because the lines are super long and sometimes you miss when they close. It is always such a hassle. It's such a big ordeal.” Being nervous, getting anxious of the jitters usually affect even the most seasoned veterans on the music scene. I ask how they play a role in her every day. Kaya says, “Well, my nerves are not about being on the road and performing. I just think that performing is in my blood. More than anything are the little things, like when I realize I haven't eaten all day or when the reminders I have on my phone go off telling me to shower or brush my teeth, because ya know, I'm not doing anything but sitting around all the time. I really need to step up my game.” Now that she has been on the road and beginning to get well deserved notoriety people are starting to recognize her. She tells me, “It hasn't happened a lot. I think as I begin to establish who I am more that may

change. I do think it's cool. Growing up, I was always recognized as Dave Stewart's daughter and it didn't bug me, because that's just who I am. What's crazy to me is when I hear people say my name and I'm like, oh ya, I am kind of my own separate thing.” Looking at the current state of the music, industry visual has set itself right there next to audio. I ask her just how important she feels music videos really are. “I think they are so important and I love making them.” Stewart continues, “Every time I hear something new, I pull up the video to watch it. I think now and moving forward, that a big part of my image will be portrayed in my music videos. I work with John Baptist Medina, who to me, is one of the most amazing producers and directors.” We discuss the inner workings of having a music career at such a young age, while balancing her other important obligations. She says, “Oh, that's tough. Definitely school is a big one, I'm still in school, so I'm always working school into my schedule. Whether it is 15 minutes here, 15 minutes there or 20 minutes here, it has always been a struggle, but I won't stop doing it. I know how important an education is. More than anything, I'm still a teenager.” She says, “I'm not asking to be a role model. What I mean by that is, I don't stand here and think that all 16 year olds should do what I do or think what I think. I just hope that I can be a voice for those teenagers that feel they don't have a say in the world or feel like they don't fit in anywhere. I think that I'm very fortunate to be in a position where people do listen to what I'm saying and I'm always trying to use my platform in the best possible way. Other than it being an all around fun conversation I just had with Ms. Kaya Stewart, what I took away from this was just how mature beyond her years she really is. I must say it was a true pleasure and honor to have this opportunity. I know I will look back and say, “I interviewed her back when…” The sky is the limit Kaya.

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They may not be a household name as of yet, but Doll Skin is well on their way, easily capturing the hearts of people everywhere they go. Formed in 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona, they have continued to make their mark with extremely melodic rhythms and lyrics, that make it impossible to stop hearing long after the music has stopped. From the get go, they caught the attention of legendary Megadeth bassist David Ellefson, who quickly took them under his wing and signed them to his label, EMP Label Group. 2015 saw the release of Doll Skin’s debut EP, "In Your Face," in which they quickly added three new tracks and re-released it in 2016 as a full length album titled, “In Your Face, Again.” No product would be complete without the right packaging. Your in luck, with Sydney Dolezal (Vocals), Alex Snowden (Guitar), Nicole Rich (Bass) and Meghan Herring (Drums), these beautiful young ladies have a signature look that turns heads as much as their music does. I’m going to be careful as I proceed from here because I don't want to lose sight of the fact that even though they are an all female band first and foremost, they are musicians. When it comes to labels Sydney tells me, “We have been labeled quite a few things. At times, they don't even think about the fact that we are musicians and skip right to the cute girls tag. We definitely appreciate the

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compliment, but we are up there playing our hearts out for them like any other band. With that said, I'm not sure if we can be categorized since we are all over the spectrum. Some of our material is rock, some metal and some of it has a punk flair. Three years ago, we got together and said lets be punk and we wrote “Family of Strangers,” which was right along those lines. Then we started writing other material that sounded different, so we decided to just go with it because we enjoyed playing so much. We really didn't know what we were getting into when we started and before we knew it, we were going in all kinds of different directions.” Even though these talented ladies absolutely deserve to shake labels and exceed boundaries, when it comes down to it, being an all female band sets you apart from the pack and allows you to influence a different group of people. “Yea, it's actually pretty amazing,” Dolezal says. “We are getting a lot of private messages from girls telling us how they decided to get into music because of us. There is this all girl band out of Seattle that were telling us that they formed the group because of us and Meghan just did their first photo shoot, that was really cool. We got to hang out in Seattle with them.” Since the beginning of this year, Doll Skin has been relentlessly tour. They have been out with some amazing bands. This early into

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their career, I'm sure there are a few bands that they would love to hit the road with. “Oh yes, Letlive and Pierce the Veil.” Sydney continues, “For me personally, I would fall over dead, but come back to life really quick, so I could enjoy the opportunity to tour with either one of them. I have been so influenced by Jason of Letlive. They just played here in Phoenix and after the show, I talked to him and he actually knew who we are and that was awesome.” With the topic of being on the road, I like to get a bands take on the the ups and downs of road life. She says, “Living out of an RV with five other people gets a little cramped and takes some getting use to. Having to write your initials on your food, so it doesn't become community property. It has its fun times, but living out of a giant tin box is tough, but I guess it beats living out of a van which I don't think it would even be possible for me.” When it comes to the live shows, one of the biggest thrills is meeting the artists that are on the stage. As your popularity as a musician grows obviously so does your image. Being a recognizable figure eventually becomes unavoidable. Dolezal tells me, “What's crazy is just a few years ago, I was wearing all black including my hair and hiding my face because I didn't want anyone to see me. Look at me now, I'm the complete opposite. I'm having the time of my life, this is me and I'm really comfortable with myself. It is a really great feeling going from one extreme to the other.” From past experience, when things happen at a rapid pace, a lot of times you miss what would be pivotal things along the way. Memories are very important part of your personal journey. “The moment for me was when we opened for Social Distortion,” she says. “We had to play a 45 minute set and it was later on in the night. We were direct support for them. It was an outdoor show and there were so many people there. I took a look and thought to myself, how can it

get any better than this. It was so cool and I was really feeling it. I knew then, that we made the right choice and this is what I want to do.” It's always interesting to sit and chat with people to find out their background. I have been influenced by so many people. Sydney begins to tell me how much her dad means to her. She continues, “My Dad, he helps me so much with how to deal with people and the pressure that comes with what we do everyday. He was in the military and spent a great deal of time traveling so for him to share his knowledge on how to be comfortable around so many different kinds of people and places has been huge. I also have to say Lacey Sturm. Having the chance to sit down with her and talk about her life story and all the emotional things she has dealt with. Hearing that from her and seeing how successful she is now, is really inspiring. She has also gave me some great tips and tricks that have helped me better my vocals. Of course, David Ellfson has been a tremendous influence, especially coming into this so young, it helps that he was even younger when he broke into music. David is very much a family man. When he came to us, the first thing he said was, he wanted to set up a meeting with us and our parents. Our parents were really appreciative that. How can you not respect someone like that. I continue to learn daily from him.” You can definitely tell when someone writes from their heart, from their soul. When you have a platform like a musician does, what you say and portray will become your legacy. Sydney hits a real serious pause and says, “My message is really simple. No matter what you want or where you are, just accept it and move on from there. What I mean by that, is you learn from each experience and that is what shapes your future. Don't dwell on the negative, it really isn't the end of the world. Time definitely changes a lot of things as you grow and if you put in the work, it will pay off in the end.”

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Keith Wilkins is a Syndicated Music Columnist, Songwriter, Promoter and Guest Radio Show Interviewer. You can reach him at keith@fullaccessmagazine.com

BAND/ARTIST NEWS: Tampa Bay veteran southern rock band, Rebel Pride, have plans to reunite for an up-coming show, though the date and venue have not been announced as of yet.

NEW RELEASES: Tampa rock band, 4X, released their debut album last month. The band celebrated the release of their album by holding a CD Release party at Ukulele Brands in Land O’ Lakes. Hosted by PAC Music Productions LLC, the event featured performances by 4X, Leslie Addison Brown, Jennifer Howery Torres, and members of the Solar Exposure Band. 4X consists of Fred Chandler (guitars, violin, mandolin, keys, banjo, slide guitar, fiddle, ukulele, vocals), Doug Cecil (bass, guitars, vocals), Kevin McNary (drums, vocals).

IN THE STUDIO: Tampa Bay band, Pride Tribe, is hard at work in the studio recording songs to be released on their up-coming debut album. Pride Tribe consists of Carolynn Street (lead vocals, keys), Shane Doss (rhythm and lead guitar, backup vocals), Keith Harper (bass, backup vocals), and Damon Navari (drums, percussion, backup vocals). Ft. Lauderdale alternative band, Phineas J. Whoopie, have announced that their long anticipated new album, “I Could Die Tomorrow,” is nearly finished and will be released soon. Hudson metal band, Shattered, is still hard at work recording their debut EP, “Pride.” No release date has been announced as of yet. Shattered consists of Tony Pettry (guitar), Mike Dougherty (vocals), Robert Hay (lead guitar), Stan Hay (drums), and Craig Vessichio (bass). 19

Tampa Bay rock band, 4Ever Endeavour, are currently recording their debut album, which is planned for a 2017 release. Other Area bands and artists currently in the studio working on new material/ albums include Sunshine & Bullets, Kenny McGee’s Machine (Tampa), Maybe If You Hit It (Orlando), and Amber Lynn Nicol (St. Petersburg).

UP-COMING EVENTS: Veteran Tampa Bay band Diamond Gray will reunite for a special show at Quaker Steak and Lube on August 7.

THIS MONTH IN TAMPA BAY MUSIC SCENE HISTORY: 55 years ago this month on Wednesday, August 6th, 1961, The first A-Star Spectacular @ concert was held at the Clearwater Municipal Auditorium. The event was originally conceived and organized by music legend Paul Cochran in conjunction with WLCY Radio and the Clearwater Recreation Department, The AStar Spectacular @ became a monthly (and ocasionally weekly) concert series, showcasing both national acts and local Tampa Bay garage bands as well. Many local Tampa Bay bands would get their start at the A-Star Spectacular @ including Terry & The Pirates, The Rockers, The Impacs, The Mystics, The Impressions, Puddin Basin, Sons of Man, Those Five, The Roemans, The Tropics, Vic Waters & The Entertainers, The Tempests, The Catalinas, and several others.* 28 years ago this month on August 20th, 1988, the Seminole Mall in Seminole hosted their "1st Annual Battle of the Bands" competition. Among the bands who competed in the competition were Arazmo, Stormseeker, Primal Scream, Salem, The Mixers, and Fast Chance.*

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Boris Pink (Deluxe Edition) Sargent House ggggf by Nina Corcoran

In 2006, Americans were beginning to see technology become a necessity in a way we had yet to previously. YouTube was barely a thing (but growing quickly), Twitter was born (and seemed like a fad at best), and iPods not only still existed, but consumers had difficulty choosing what frosted color to order them in (who are you really if you purchased the yellow one?). Inventions come and go; 2006 wasn’t special in that regard. But a trend began to form: digital technology expanded the importance of personal branding, using 2D platforms and 3D items to speak on behalf of you in ways clothing and mixtapes couldn’t. That same year, Boris rolled out Pink, an album that redefined their sound by embracing a similar mentality. You are not your stereotype. Pink is an hour-long record where a band who felt an urge to show their various personalities without separating those styles into multiple LPs. Pink’s strength comes with a poised grip on shoegaze. From the dreamy wails of opener “Farewell” to the pooling reverb of “My Machine”, Boris channel the nature-heavy sounds of post-rock acts like Mogwai or This Will Destroy You. Here was a metal band evoking a type of intimacy and pause absent in prior records. Various forms of metal offer similar refuge, usually found by the listener choosing to let nonstop noise wash over them until it becomes a meditative lull, but Boris took the active role here. B-side “Your Name Part 2” sees a lonely guitar walking drunkenly along a river at night. Introspection replaces irritation. Melancholy rises without the usual backbone of gloom. Guitarist Wata, bassist Takeshi, and drummer Atsuo work through 23

it like they’ve been making these songs for ages. Then again, this is a band that, even back then, was all over the board, be it collaborating with Merzbow, taking their name from a Melvins song, or performing with Keiji Haino. Their interests never end, and neither does their desire to learn from those interests. The nine unreleased tracks on the reissue reveal even more depth, a voyage into the limbs of Pink that likely was cut to avoid straying from their metal core. The repetition of “Tiptoe” and “Room Noise” find bliss within British shoegaze, the latter complete with a beautiful, passionate guitar solo. The stoner metal of “non/ sha/lant” expands into traditional growls on “Talisman”, once again showing the trio’s talent at stretching their sound into something massive, no matter the genre. On bonus tracks “SOFUN” and “Are You Ready?”, Boris reveal how many gems were left on the cutting floor. Both see Wata zipping around in a frenzy, her guitar lines squealing like a child, occasionally looping in an addictive trill that brings enough melody to open up a mosh pit. Though it would’ve been an ego stroke at the time, Boris should have released Pink with all 20 songs at its initial release. The reissue expands into joyful, endearing themes, and if someone were to pick up a copy of Pink today, they may find that aids in swallowing the record’s gargantuan sound. Of course, an album the length of a feature film isn’t welcoming, but its commitment to varied sound brings something to the table that metal often fails to do. Pink is a welcoming hand, a bridge to the metal world that few albums extend with sincerity to non-metalheads. Like Deafheaven’s Sunbather, Pink offers elements of shoegaze and melodic rock that lure in newcomers. When you open yourself up, you invite people to get to know you who otherwise may not have, and to be more comfortable with trends they usually find too foreign to

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engage with. Pink was Boris’ opportunity to do that. Today, the trio continue to alter their sound, but hearing one of their first albums take these leaps reminds listeners that the human spirit, even when deafening, can’t be summed up in one sound, one word, one genre. Though if forced to choose, the word “pink” works rather well, if only because having a bright pink album appear on the screen of your iPod mini just felt right. Billy Talent Afraid of Heights The End Records gggff by David Buchanan

The Canadian rockers of Billy Talent started their collective lifespan as Pezz — musically scattered, fun-loving, a bit of ska here, a bit of rap there — until copyright forced a name change, while evolution tightened performances into a pleasantly abrasive, treble-laden sonic swirl. A fleeting glance and you might mistake Billy Talent for another emo addition to the hardcore scene, but Billy Talent’s discography touches upon everything from pedophilic priesthood (“Devil in a Midnight Mass”), bullying (“Nothing to Lose”), toxic relationships (“This Suffering”), keeping your enemies close (“Covered in Cowardice”), and simply accepting your place as a scapegoat (“The Dead Can’t Testify”). It might be more apt to consider Billy Talent a less obliquely political Anti-Flag, an act with whom they’ve collaborated. Vocalist Benjamin Kowalewicz is even audibly comparable to Justin Sane, in certain respects. Billy Talent have embraced their punk/hardcore roots, more often than not beneficially. They’re sharp, fast, and angry, with vicious guitar and high-pitched screaming across the board — save for occasional gasps of moody introspection. They have stuck to their guns

even as their audience begins to age, surpassing angst in search of more adult fare. (Even if that means buying Dillinger Escape Plan vinyl to flaunt on Instagram). Afraid of Heights takes this hint, addressing a terrifying-yet-necessary theme that nearly every maturing listener has to contend with eventually: commitment. The ominous and oddly synth-driven “Horses & Chariots” sounds somehow like Muse, and there’s even a dose of some much-deserved fun in “Louder Than the DJ”. Billy Talent remain punk in the way that The Offspring were punk circa Americana: sardonic, sarcastic, a bit old to keep bitching, yet too young to not try on a few other sounds to complete their picture. Afraid of Heights succeeds where its predecessor, 2012’s abysmal Dead Silence, failed: branching out without completely abandoning the rhythms or chaos that was the band’s signature. Ian D’sa remains as voracious on guitar and harmonies as ever. Bassist Jon Gallant has steadily becomes a more prominent presence from Billy Talent II onward. Drummer Aaron Solowoniuk sadly took a hiatus during this record due to exacerbations of multiple sclerosis, so his characteristic thrashing was temporarily traded in for the heavier-handed, sludgier pummeling of Alexisonfire’s Jordan Hastings. Afraid of Heights is more cohesive than the band’s previous two LPs, deeper, more lyrically consistent, and committed to being its own entity while also remaining faithful as a Billy Talent product. While Billy Talent still label themselves punk and this feels like a punk record, they no longer sound inherently punk, or at least not the stereotype you’d usually conjure. Afraid of Heights is punk for the fans who grew up, took on a little student loan debt, but want to prove that they can still go hard and go home at a reasonable hour. And if this is what leaving adolescence sounds like, they can deal.

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go-go’s & Kaya Stewart

Capitol Theatre, Clearwater

Maxwell & Ro James

Dr. Phillips Perf. Arts Ctr, Orlando

Maxwell & Ro James

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater

hank Williams Jr & Chris Stapleton

MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

David Bazan & Michael Nau

The Social, Orlando

Pseudo Future

Brass Mug, Tampa

Blink-182, All-American Rejects & A Day to Remember

MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

David Bazan & Michael Nau

The Crowbar, Ybor City

the Peach Kings & Mobley

Backbooth, Orlando

the Peach Kings & Mobley

Local 662, St. Petersburg

Dead Earth Politics Brass Mug, Tampa

Knockout Kid

Brass Mug, Tampa

hollis Brown

Backbooth, Orlando

outcry tour

MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

Brad Paisley, tyler Farr & Maddie & tae

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Ray LaMontagne

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater

Burn halo

State Theatre, St. Petersburg

hey Mercedes

The Social, Orlando

Bayside & the Menzingers Hard Rock Live, Orlando

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hollis Brown

Skipper’s Smokehouse, Tampa

Alice Cooper

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater

Motion City Soundtrack

House of Blues, Orlando

Pouya & germ

The Orpheum, Ybor City

Corey Smith

Apopka Amphitheatre, Apopka

Austin James & Curses

The Orpheum, Ybor City

Slightly Stoopid & SoJA

Vinoy Waterfront Park, St. Pete.

Alice Cooper

Dr. Phillips Perf. Arts Ctr, Orlando

uB40

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Mahaffey Theater, St. Petersburg

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MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

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Def Leppard, tesla & REo Speedwagon Seal

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater

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MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

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Dixie Chicks & Vintage trouble L.A. guns

Rockhouse Live, St. Pete Beach

otEP & Doll Skin

The Orpheum, Ybor City

Monolord & Beastmaker

The Orpheum, Ybor City

Big 10-4

The Social, Orlando

Boney James

The Plaza Live, Orlando

Nelly & Kongos

Jannus Live, St. Petersburg

Bobaflex

Venom Choppers, New Port Richey

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The Social, Orlando

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Hard Rock Live, Orlando

Fifth harmony

MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

Australian Pink Floyd

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater

Pretty Boy Floyd

Venom Choppers, New Port Richey

odd Ball Comedy Festival

MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

Brantley gilbert, Justin Moore & Colt Ford

MidFlorida Credit Union Amp, Tampa

Drake & Future

Amalie Arena, Tampa

Faster Pussycat

Venom Choppers, New Port Richey

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Steven tyler

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater

goo goo Dolls & Collective Soul

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Broods & Jarryd James

The Beacham, Orlando

Jill Scott

Mahaffey Theater, St. Petersburg

Broods & Jarryd James

State Theatre, St. Petersburg

Marduk & Rotting Christ

The Orpheum, Ybor City

Reel Big Fish

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House of Blues, Orlando

Ashanti & Ja Rule

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Blind guardian

The Orpheum, Ybor City

Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers osborne

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Anthony green

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Flume & hermitude

Jannus Live, St. Petersburg

Devin townsend Project The Plaza Live, Orlando

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Leon Bridges

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Kanye West

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Capitol Theatre, Clearwater

tory Lanez

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Jefferson Starship

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Jannus Live, St. Petersburg

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James Bay

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Keb Mo’

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Slayer, Anthrax & Death Angel

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Prophets of Rage & Awolnation

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Jonny Lang

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Capitol Theatre, Clearwater

Charlie Puth

House of Blues, Orlando

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House of Blues, Orlando

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