Through adversity, foundational transformations often occur. In many instances these changes are not often seen to the naked eye. But in some, they can be heard. Mandi Powell’s debut
Through adversity, foundational transformations often occur. In many instances these changes are not often seen to the naked eye. But in some, they can be heard. Mandi Powell’s debut in Texas Music came with “Canvas”, a songwriter’s album with every ounce of emotion worn on the heart sleeve, which the album artwork complements. “Canvas” was also given the RFT Album spotlight soon after it’s release in 2012. Three years later and with much anticipation, Ms. Powell has raised the bar with “Fly Away”. Recorded at Stormy Cooper Studios in Houston, this 10-track album showcases Powell’s vocal ability that is only matched by her diverse and well-groomed songwriting. It is apparent that she has found the secret ingredient of blending an artistic approach to commercially appealing melodies. Through the honesty of her lyrics, one could imagine the hardships and heartbreak seen during this young artist’s life, as well as her determination. Through all this, the foundational changes that have occurred in those three years shows us only one thing: the best is yet to come.
It’s about that time to make some music magic again. Join us for the juju atThe Corner Pub & Deli on November 14th. Music starts at 8 pm with a $20 cover. Venues are still not at full capacity, so plan to get there a little early to make sure you get a table. We encourage you to wear a mask and sit with people in your close friend group. We are moving forward with life at a cautious and conscious pace… but the music must go on. The juju includes but is not limited to:
Truly a unique act unlike anything yet, Mike Oregano has fully commercialized both the aesthetic and sonic details of the “One Man Band” concept. Performing in a unique Reggae/Hip Hop/Jazz style, he is sure to turn heads wherever he is rockin’!
Over the years, Paul has enjoyed touring the US as well as Canada with Mark May. Most recently, Paul has spent his time on lead guitar traveling coast to coast with Lisa Morales (Sisters Morales), both
Over the years, Paul has enjoyed touring the US as well as Canada with Mark May. Most recently, Paul has spent his time on lead guitar traveling coast to coast with Lisa Morales (Sisters Morales), both with her full band and performing many a stellar duo show as well. He has managed to balance spreading the music with continuing local shows as well; touring regionally with the Paul Ramirez Band and Pigs On The Wall (Pink Floyd tribute band). During this time, he has enjoyed opportunities opening for The Allman Brothers, Widespread Panic, Marshall Tucker Band, Blue Oyster Cult, Dick Dale, Ian Moore, Chris Duarte, Papa Grows Funk, Monte Montgomery, George Porter Jr., Los Lonely Boys, Los Lobos, and Ray Wylie Hubbard.