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Life on the Wright Corner Part 2

“So therefore I dedicate myself to my art, my sleep, my dreams, my labors, my suffarances, my loneliness, my unique madness, my endless absorption and hunger because I cannot dedicate myself to any fellow being.”
– Jack Kerouac

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In Review: Josh Brophy

Josh Brophy’s “Twice As Cold”, is set to be released Friday September 4, 2015 at the Schlafly Tap Room with accompanied sets from Fred Friction and Irene Allen. Brophy has truly come into his own as a writer and composer since his debut release of “Dover”. The winsome and enchanting songs that inhabit the piano-man’s newest EP has local critics exalting the young composer’s talents. Josh Brophy’s “Twice as Cold” boasts 6 tracks of soothing and melodic jazz-influenced folk tunes. Featuring both covers and originals alike, Brophy’s skills shine through on the pieces he has composed himself.

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Putting Your Money Where Your Heart Is

I’ve always loved music. Not just the music. The performance, the emotion expressed in sound, the unspoken bond shared with strangers; I love it all. And as child imitating music videos that I saw on television or whatever record my parents happened to be listening to, I never really considered what a profound effect that would on my life. And in reality, I don’t think I knew how much I loved it until I saw my first underground show. I don’t know if I could even tell anyone who was playing the night of that first show back in middle school, but I do remember that night at the BRYCC [Brick] House, an old community center back home in Kentucky, thinking that it was amazing and that I’d do anything to just do that forever.

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