A WORK IN PROGRESS
A Review of Lavender by Terrell Morris
By: Miki Hellerbach
Surrounding noise of stray voices and crickets chirping enters the soundscape followed by a looped saxophone melody. Suddenly a male voice enters as if he’s singing a new song he’s concocted around a bonfire about his personal reflection. Terrell Morris sings, “Dropped off the map, got lost by myself.” . . . .
NO RHYME OR REASON JUST CLEVELAND
CELEBRATING ONE YEAR OF THE JUKE JOINT
By: Jewels Alexandria
One year. To learn if something is right for you, they say, “give it one year.” To fully learn something new, they say, “give it one year.” Well, it has been one year for The Juke Joint and what I have learned is there truly is no such thing has bad music, just music you may not like. There is no rhyme or reason to each artist here, it’s just Cleveland artist doing what they do best. It is the fun filled dance tracks by Corry Michaels to the smooth R&B songs by J. Leshelle to inspiring motivation from R The Czar that encouraged The Juke Joint to march on. In four seasons, The Juke Joint has covered twenty-six Cleveland artist, each unique in their own way. Here is a small recap of some of the artist featured on The Juke Joint!