St Johns Cultural Council (SJCC) is putting up a workshop/presentation for musicians. Its goal is to get musicians to have some better understanding on gigs, pay, tours and so much more. It’s a must for musicians starting up and the people who promote them. It will be held Thursday, June 20th at Sarbez, at 530-630pm. All are invited and its FREE. Please share this video segment with fellow musicians.
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Angela Stewart is fighting cancer, and as many other Americans had health insurance. She also ran into the typical roadblocks that so many others run into, as the system becomes more expensive, more complicated, and throws the patient who needs to heal into a world of stress and an unpredictable financial future.
ur last show this last Thursday May 30th at Garrett Bros. Home Decor was a real shinny gem. Our guests were from the West African Drum Circles Michael Thomas, activist and author Sandra Parks, from the Jacksonville Symphony Jorge A. Peña, and musical guests Flo.Wav. The show was catered by Natasha Olivera of City Bistro and drinks provided by IWS (International Wine & Spirits).
First Coast went to Arthur Murray Studio to see the first dancers to participate in the Dancing Stars of St Johns County 2019. They were all there to find out all that it entails to be a dancer in this event. Lots of positive energy, and they got a sample of the different styles of dance they can choose from for the event. The proceeds of this event is to benefit SACSPA (St Augustine Community School of Performing Arts, Inc) and help it to continue its current serving of hundreds of community members including St Augustine Youth Services (SAYS), THE PLAYERS Championship Unit of St. Augustine, Boys & Girls Club of Northeast Florida and Coquina Crossing Chorale. Their long term goal is to establish an educational organization where they can provide quality musical education to under-served youth through gifted interns and master instructors.
Another awesome St Augustine Tonight show #12 this last Thursday May 23rd. Our guests were journalist and author Andrew Nagorski, general director of the Hispanic Culture Film Festival Eugenio Maslowski and musical guest Alberto Cebollero. Our caterer was Bakersville Bread Company. A very educational and witty show, the music was Jazz on the guitar.
David Eli Grimes talks about St Johns River Life. He tells us why and what it is about and where you can engage with his product.
Thursday, May 16th the St Augustine Tonight Show had awesome guests, film producer and author Ward Clayton, from Urban Asado Nick Carrera, journalist Jessica Clark, actor and playwright Lee Weaver giving us comic relief, and musical guests The Raisin Cake Orchestra. Catering provided by Sebastian Sikora of Dessert First Bistro.
Dance came to Lewis Auditorium during the Romanza Festivale 2019.
This last Thursday the St Augustine Tonight Show with host Jorge Rivera was just fabulous, once again at Garrett Bros Home Decor with our guests, publicist Leigh Cort, photographer Lenny Foster, film makers Adam and Monique Madrid, and musical guests The Groov Band. Also a special guest cameo by Amy Hendrickson with her three months old baby Wyatt Oak Ingraham, and let us not forget the wonderful food by caterer Sherry Stoppelbein.
On Sunday (May 5) at the Gazebo in the Plaza de la Constitucion in St Augustine, FL sounds of Mexican Mariachis (Mariachi Garibaldi) and Caribbean salsa (Caribeño Tropical) filled the air, where the audience danced, sung along and cheered.