Static Live Magazine September 2020

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~ Jerry Post Garcia Malone

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My name is Cecilia Florence I am a twenty two year old college student

at the University of Central Florida and I am currently working on my

marketing major. I enjoy fitness, being active outside and warm weather.

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2 Oh My Goddess

Oh My Goddess

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A Day Day in in the the Life Life of of a a Gigging Gigging Musician

6 All Musician Strung Out

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Speed One is of Bullshit Sound: A Podcast for the Ages

10 10 My A Virtual Sunshine Summer Love-Fest

12 12 Pivot Musician's Cookbook

14 13 Musician’s Feed Your Cookbook Head

16 Fay Samimi - The Love of Sculpture

14 Artist Feature: Pencil Me In

19 Other People

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17 A Shift has Occurred

COVER STORY - Garcia Hatches Out

28 18 The Behind Beat the Goes Mic On

31 19 President RocktailsKanye?

34 22 Cover Lockdown Story: Music Looks and can be More Deceiving

36 24 Behind Phantom theFoodie Mic - Take-Out Edition

38 28 Tom Rare Constanten Earth Review and the Grateful Dead

39 32 Future An Original Date: Memories Music Manifesto of Courtney - Music Love

Art

36 Rocktails

37 Static

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Live Music

SEPT. ’20

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3RD – COREY SHENK

4TH – REED FOLEY

5TH – JAY PASKI

6TH – ARE FRIENDS ELECTRIC

9TH – LAREE APP

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18TH – REED FOLEY

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24TH – HANNAH WILSON

25TH – IAN OPALINSKI

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Behind the Mic: Riggs

95.7 the Hog, Daytona Beach

Hello, friends!

2020 was supposed to

be a fun, novelty year. It

started out so promising

with those well-balanced

New Year’s Eve 2020

novelty glasses. Then it

tanked. Hard. So as any

consumer would, I wrote

a letter to the manager.

Obviously the loss of life

and jobs and normalcy

are the most important

things. But I thought I’d

share it with you even

though I have yet to get a

reply.

Dear Sirs,

Your 2020 product is garbage. It doesn’t

work.

Your advertising promised “exciting new

horizons” and “great success”. Nothing like

this has transpired. In fact, 2020 has been the

worst product I’ve ever used.

I understand that the COVID-19 defect has

compromised your product severely but this

isn’t the fault of the consumer. This “coronavirus”

has ruined all of my favorite things. It

has stolen the simple joy of attending a baseball

game. It’s robbed us of the joy of the buffet

restaurant, including the inalienable right

to dip things in a fountain of watery chocolate.

And it has cost us friends and family, for

which I’m sure you’ll be hearing from many

attorneys.

Your “2020 scam” has wrecked organized

sports. It’s damaged every sport I love. An

at-best compromised college football season

is all your fault. Shame on you! Every American

has the right to drink to excess and shout

obscenities at the rival college and its inbred,

lethargic fans. Tailgating wasn’t meant for individually

wrapped foods and staying seated

in your car with the windows up. You ruined

the party, 2020. You are the proverbial turd in

the punchbowl. “Bubble”, “opting out”, “”no

spitting”.... what the HELL have you done?!?!

I don’t even understand these new words! and

now you have worked them into the dictionary?

You are cruel and heartless, 2020.

And another thing, HOW am I supposed to assemble

a Fantasy Football team with players choosing

not to play and no pre-season games to evaluate

talent? What am I supposed to do with this mess

you’ve created, scour the internet for stats on which

tailbacks gain more yards while wearing face coverings?

Trust me, they don’t exist.

And let me tell you something, Mister 2020… thank

god for NASCAR! Were it not for that sport stepping

up and entertaining sports-starved people like

me, I may have actually LIKED marble races.

And yes, I know you are going to say that you

brought up important social justice issues in your

busted 2020. That’s good. I’m very impressed. But

don’t get too big for your overalls, 2020. Those

same issues could have surfaced in the likely 2021

reboot of ‘Different Strokes”.

Perhaps the most unfair element of your defective

2020 product is that it eliminated the Daytona

debut of the Welcome To Rockville Festival. Plans

were made. Bands were booked. Hotels were reserved.

Whiskey was purchased. Then 2020 rolls

in and wipes it all away. I was supposed to play

tennis with LARS FUCKING ULRICH! And please

do not try to replace this experience by offering me

a “make-good” bowling night with Joey Tempest

of EUROPE. I’m not falling for THAT one again.

Tennis was to be played, friendships and bonds were

to be formed, video was to be used against me….

it was ALL so perfectly arranged. And what of the

bands who MIGHT have lost a member at the airport

and needed a fill in rhythm guitarist? I would

have stepped right in but I guess we’ll never know

now will we, 2020?

I demand a refund IN FULL for this sham of a year.

I want reimbursement for the excessive amount of

Gaviscon tablets I’ve had to chew through for the

stressful stomach I’ve incurred. I want the lives and

jobs reinstated, the simple pleasures replaced and

I want a full apology from your manager. Also, I

want perfect vision no longer referred to as “20-20”.

I believe “50-50” should suffice for the ophthalmologist

community. They don’t need the negative stigma

of your broken 2020. I’ll await your response.

Cheers!

RIGGS

Catch RIGGS, GUY, & INTERN

STEVE

The Morning HOG / 95-7 The HOG -

Weekdays 5-10am

& SATURDAY NIGHT LOUD 9-midnight

@saturdayloud on Twitter

The Morning Hog on fb

riggs@957thehog.com

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TRIVIA NIGHT

1. Post is a big fan of

______________________because he

feels like he was the only president to

speak out against the corruption in the

government. He even has a tattoo of him

on his arm.

2. In 2019, Post Malone made his acting

debut in _____________’s film ‘Wonderland.’

3. Post Malone has a collection of

_________. As a teen and working he

saved $800 to buy a pair of these in Versace.

4. During an interview on Jimmy Fallon,

Fallon mentioned to Post Malone

that he had never been to an __________

______________. So, shortly after Post

Malone took Jimmy to said establishment.

5. What Cinderella storied rapper was

opening up for Post Malone’s Runway

Tour in 2019?

7. Freddie Mercury was born in 1946

(full name ) _________ __________

_____________.

8. The Who’s, Keith Moon died of an over

dose in what year?

9. In what year and what city did Tupac

Shakur die?

10. In 1983 KISS appeared on MTV without______________

for the first time.

11. Jerry Lee Lewis was born in September

of this year.

12. The _____________& __________

_________ of ____________ opened in

Cleveland, Ohio in 1995.

13. The artist Charles Hardin Holley is

known commonly as this name.

14. In September of 1970, what music

icon died and is buried in Greenwood

Memorial Park in Renton, Washington.

6. In 1987, after 37 years on air ________

____________ was cancelled.

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Crossword Puzzle

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1. Post’s interest in the guitar came from the game

6. & 7. Post Malone began to play the

“________ ________.”

2. When in high school, his classmates voted him

“Most Likely to Become ______________.”

3. Post Malone’s first single was called ‘White

___________.”

4. With a month of his first single hitting Sound-

Cloud it hit 1 million streams and brought the at-

tention of record labels. In August of 2015 he signed

a record contract with ___________ Records.

___________ and auditioned for the band Crown of

___________ in 2010, but was rejected after pieces

of his instrument broke.

8. In 2017, Post Malone spent over $40,000 using

____________. The company claims he ordered 660

times in 52 different cities nationwide.

9. Post Malone was born in ________________,

New York.

10. His first tattoo was a ____________ Bunny.

5. The meeting of Kanye West at Kylie Jenner’s 18th

birthday party led to the collaboration on Post’s

single ‘______.’ 31


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Crossword & Trivia

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1. John F. Kennedy

2. Mark Walhberg

3. Loafers

4. Olive Garden

5. Tyla Yaweh

6. American Bandstand

(1952-1989)

7. Fredrick Farookh Bul-

sara

8. 1978

9. 1996

10. Makeup

11. 1935

12. Rock & Roll Hall of

Fame

13. Buddy Holly

14. Jimi Hendrix

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