Rob Duguay
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Every creative craft requires paid dues. What I mean by that is that it requires time, effort, some sacrifice and some struggle to go along with genuine talent. Since the ‘70s, Bernice, … more
Whether you want to call it folk, country, bluegrass or Americana, one fact with this kind of music is that there needs to be genuity behind it. Any appreciator of the genre can see an imitator stick … more
In order for music to have substance, it needs to convey feeling and emotion. Without these elements it can be a bland attempt at structured noise, but when they’re present it can be something … more
It’s crazy to know that 2021 will be coming to an end on Friday. Champagne glasses will be raised, the ball will drop and 2022 will arrive with a collective hope for better times ahead. Along … more
A lot of the times when folks go see an amazing show, a certain festive feeling stays with them and they want to bring it somewhere else. Hence the after party usually happens at a person’s … more
New musical projects always start with the meeting of the minds. A concrete vision grows from the multiple talents involved crafting a sound through shared influences and artistic tastes. Headed by … more
When it comes to the stuntman of our generation, Steve-O is deserving of the title. Whether it’s from his antics on the former MTV shows Jackass and Wildboyz or even live on stage, he’s … more
By ROB DUGUAY They say that good guys wear black and in the music industry, the same can be said for a ton of bands. Rock & roll has always been associated with the leather jacket for decades … more
During the 2010s, Tim Davis was one of the many shining lights in Providence’s music scene. Through hosting the radio show “Torch The Radio” at the internet radio station … more
By ROB DUGUAY No other time of the year brings out the motifs, styles and aesthetics quite like Halloween does. Yes, I know it's already passed this year, but I'll get to why I'm mentioning it in the next few sentences. Halloween is pretty much a big art more
By ROB DUGUAY Before superhero films became a major part of Hollywood with Marvel and DC having their own cinematic universes, there was another era of actors playing superheroes in front of the camera. This was during the '70s, when Wonder Woman, the more
By ROB DUGUAY Providence's Electric Blankets have a guitar-driven sound that's very versatile. It can lean towards punk at some points and it can also gravitate towards pop at times. There's some weirdness that goes into it as well, but a little dose of more
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