Ezra Bell was founded around the irreverent and introspective songwriting of Benjamin Wuamett. Carving a wide path through the musical spectrum, Ezra Bell brushes up against folk, jazz, blues, rock, pop, and R&B. Benjamin Wuamett: Vocals, Guitar Jeremy Asay: Piano, Tenor Guitar Aaron Mattison: Saxophone Darren Moore: Bass Guitar Tom Trotter: Drums ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Live Friday […]

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Amber was born in Florida, raised in northern Indiana. Started out as a folk/blues/soul singer/songwriter. Once she was introduced to fingerstyle acoustic music, that was the end game. Everything came into focus and it was clear what her heart desired. She spent the next few years learning and mastering fingerstyle guitar. Studying compositions by the […]

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(9.5/10) – My Rating Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Director and writer Martin McDonagh deserves a lot of praise for this dramatic dark comedy he created. The story follows a rather distraught mother played by Frances McDormand dealing with the tragic death of her daughter. In doing so she ends up going after the police to […]

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(5/10) – My Rating Mother!: This is a film that starts off strong and ends on an off note. For about the first half of the film, writer and director Darren Aronofsky gives the audience interesting takes on Biblical stories, family dynamics, and fame. The horror-thriller elements are also very strong in this portion of the […]

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(7/10) – My Rating  The Greatest Showman: Contemporary pop style songs in a period musical is certainly a different choice. One that I am definitely not mad about because there are some very good songs in the film. Michael Gracey’s directorial debut tells a decent bit of P. T. Barnum’s story. Unfortunately, though the story […]

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Live Friday! Saint. TIZDALE @ KPSU on PSU.tv Born in Dallas, Texas, listening to his grandmother play the organ in church, TIZDALE experienced his first encounter with the power of music. As a child and inspired by the late and great James Brown and his late uncle, Former NBA Player & Jazz Bassist, Wayman Tisdale, […]

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(7.5/10) – My Rating Good Time: Directors Josh and Ben Safdie’s neon filled crime drama is certainly one that will be talked about by its fans for a long time. They portray an interesting underground world where one of the film’s central points is a Sprite bottle. To the characters the bottle is practically the […]

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(7/10) – My Rating Cars 3: After the vast difference in quality between the first two I wasn’t too sure what to expect from the third part. Luckily, the film is closer to the original than the truly disappointing “Cars 2.” Director Brian Fee’s third chapter in the franchise takes Lightning McQueen back to the the […]

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(6.5/10) – My Rating Bright: This Netflix original tried to be a few different things. It mixed together a crime drama about social issues with fantasy. Director David Ayer (Suicide Squad) helps create a fascinating gritty world full of tension, corruption, and of course magic. Social and class issues are also represented through three different […]

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(8/10) – My Rating Darkest Hour: This was a great way to end the Dunkirk trilogy (not an actual trilogy but see “Dunkirk” and “Their Finest”). Director Joe Wright does an excellent job with telling the story of Winston Churchill. The movie follows along Churchill from the day before he is announced as Prime Minister […]

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