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VOLUME5<br />

ISSUE45-APRIL<strong>2024</strong><br />

MOVIE REVIEW -<br />

“ONE LOVE” PG. 6<br />

THE REAL STORY OF 420- PG. 8


CONTENTS<br />

E Q D<br />

NEIL DIAMOND......................................................5<br />

MOVIE REVIEW - “ONE LOVE” .............................. 6<br />

THE REAL STORY OF 420 ..................................... 8<br />

FOCUS ON LOCALS .............................................11<br />

MARCH LIVE MUSIC CALENDAR ....................12-13<br />

ROCKTAILS..........................................................15<br />

MODEL: OH MY GODDESS .................................. 21<br />

This is my job. Someone much greater than me<br />

gave me that job. He said, "You, you with that<br />

stupid look on your face - go out and sing until I<br />

tell you to stop." I haven't heard the word yet so<br />

I'm just going to keep doing it.”<br />

Neil Diamond<br />

Staycation Beer!<br />

SEAN IMPARA ........................................................PUBLISHER<br />

BILLY CHAPIN ..................................................CO-PUBLISHER<br />

JENNY MCLAIN ............................................................ EDITOR<br />

DRITA TRAVIS..................................................LAYOUT/DESIGN<br />

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PAGE 4


Neil<br />

Diamond<br />

BY RELUCTANT GENIUS<br />

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DIRECTED BY:<br />

REINALDO MARCUS GREEN<br />

I do not have a photographic memory I have a photogenic memory. I recollect every important event of my lifetime, including my birth, with<br />

considerable accuracy and detail...but much more beautifully than they really were. My powers of retention are distinctly impressionistic. Those<br />

of you that were alive, who were already born: Do you remember where you were on May 11, 1981? Do you? I remember where I was on May<br />

11, 1981: “The day...Bob Marley...DIED!” Paulie Marino & Cindy Vance, college students, eager to exchange their academic concentrations in<br />

The Nutmeg State for an educational sojourn on The Ship of the Sun being driven by The Grateful Dead from the New Haven Coliseum to<br />

Infinity & Beyond one fateful Monday in May. The 5/11 show in New Haven was phenomenal. Everyone on the no-chairs-floor of the Coliseum<br />

was doing a sort of modified dab dance in unison for 3 minutes between sets before their arms turned into photogenic, impressionistic<br />

lightning bolts. Bass player Phil Lesh had Day-Glo paint on his arms when the Second Set opened. There were best-in-class versions of To Lay<br />

Me Down, China Doll, and The Wheel. And the Encore, I Can't Get No Satisfaction, blew the roof off that ol' hockey rink, leaving us completely<br />

satisfied. So we headed to our car & turned on the radio to hear whatever Grateful Dead songs the DJs were gonna play. Radio stations always<br />

played tunes by the band in town after a concert back then. So we put on WPLR: Rastaman Chant; Redemption Song; I Shot the Sheriff; Exodus;<br />

by the time they got to Could You Be Loved...we knew...we all knew. Dan Rather had already announced Bob's passing on the CBS Evening<br />

News, which aired at 6:30 on the East Coast. But information traveled slowly in the Days of Olde. Bob's death wasn't known to the New Haven<br />

Dead world. Not even the band knew. They'd pay homage to Marley the next night in New Haven with an 18 minute version of their dirge He's<br />

Gone. “He's Gone!”, Cindy sighed, welling up, “What do we do now?” “We lively up ourselves. The Rastaman Vibration is a positive vibration.<br />

No Woman, No Cry! Don't worry about a thing. 'Cause every little thing gonna be alright.” I'm Paulie; a journalist; with a photogenic memory.<br />

And that's how I remember May 11, 1981.<br />

The memory of the Rastaman Sensation in “Bob Marley: One Love” is much more photographic. His death from melanoma on 5/11/81 at just<br />

36 is documented in white-on-black storyboard before the credits. The Epilogue shows clips of Bob Marley and the Wailers at the One Love<br />

Peace Concert on 4/22/78 in National Stadium, Kingston, Jamaica, where just a year after his diagnosis, you can already see the toll the disease<br />

had taken on his face & body. The film briefly shows Bob (Kingsley Ben-Adir) growing up, being abandoned, almost denied, by his white father<br />

(Daniel Melville, Jr.), then later by his mother (Nadine Marshall). A recurring motif of tween Bob (Nolan Collignon) running from a wild fire as<br />

his father follows behind on a white horse is striking. As an insecure teenager (Quan-Dajai Henriques), he meets Rita (Nia Ashi) who<br />

encourages him & turns him on to Rastafari. The movie follows his meteoric raise In popularity with the help of his band, which includes wife<br />

Rita (Lashana Lynch). Bob's dark side is displayed in an explosive fight with his manager Don Taylor (Anthony Welsh), contrasting his message<br />

of peace. Much of the film is post-Peter Tosh (Alexx A-Game) and Bunny Wailer's (Abijah Livingston, Bunny's son) departure from The Wailers,<br />

with the focus more on the period with Aston “Family Man” Barrett (his son Aston, Jr.) and Junior Marvin (David Kerr). James Norton is great as<br />

Chris Blackwell, the record producer most responsible for Marley's crossover to mainstream America & worldwide.<br />

As of this writing, One Love is still in theaters. It has 92 Audience Rotten Tomatoes, but some critics have objected, saying an American director<br />

& British actor making a film about the Jamaican legend is borderline cultural appropriation. Good thing Denis Villeneuve & Timothée<br />

Chalamet were born on the planet Arrakis or we wouldn't have the Dune reboot. 4 Stars!<br />

* Paul is the host for The Hub on Canal's monthly Art in the Form of Film series. The Hub on Canal is a non-profit art gallery/collective in New<br />

Smyrna Beach FL. Chase's on the Beach, one of <strong>Static</strong><strong>Live</strong>Mag's advertisers, sponsors his shows.<br />

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THE REAL<br />

STORY OF 420<br />

By Les Kippel<br />

So we all know the number 420, but none of us are really sure where the number came from. There was a<br />

CBS news reporter who said number started in Berkeley, California when students at the University would<br />

meet at the quad at 4:20 in the afternoon to get high. Problem is that that is not the truth!<br />

So we have to think and look at history to find out where that number 420 possibly could’ve come from. The<br />

answer has been in front of us since August 9, 1995. It just so happens that the lead singer of the Grateful<br />

Dead, Jerry Garcia died on August 9, 1995 at 4:23 AM.<br />

In 1995 police officers did not have Internet - they did not have cell phones. All they had were walkietalkies.<br />

Well hippies also had walkie-talkies , and when a group of hippies get together in Golden Gate Park<br />

with their guitars and herb to party and be mellow, the police in San Francisco had to find a way to notify<br />

their fellow police officers that were a bunch of hippies in Golden Gate Park, breaking the law. They had to<br />

do it in such a way that the hippies with their walkie-talkie would have no idea that the police were about<br />

to come down on their great evening of hanging out.<br />

So the police will get on their walkie-talkies and say '420 in progress' and then fellow officers knew it was<br />

time to join up and catch the group of hippies, breaking the law by playing music and getting high. Of<br />

course, this number 420 would go a lot further than just Golden Gate Park! The police and the rest of<br />

California started using the number 420 and then it started going east to Texas, Arizona, Mississippi,<br />

Pennsylvania, New York, California, every city and state in the nation.<br />

The police on their walkie-talkies would use the number 420. That’s how the number 420 became a<br />

national term for being cool and excepting getting high as something that everyone does.<br />

In this day and age we use the number for everything and everywhere - go on dating sites' I’m 420<br />

friendly'. Everyone looks at their watch and it’s 4:20 in the afternoon time to take a break from work - time<br />

to go take a smoke - time to be cool.<br />

No one would think that from the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia in 1995 it will be close to 30 years later<br />

and a simple word is the simple number 420. It is still widely accepted in use today but once again how<br />

many people really know that this number came from Jerry Garcia.<br />

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OFF<br />

FOCUS<br />

ON LOCALS<br />

When worlds collide it’s often a beautiful spectacle in the cosmos. The same holds true with Esh x Schief. Chris ‘Schief’ Schiefelbein hails from the<br />

Midwest state of Minnesota and Eshtemoh ‘Esh’ Morgan was born in the slums of Brooklyn, NY. These two amazingly talented guitarists made for the<br />

most unlikely pairing when they met through mutual friends at Stetson University. Schief a new member to the universities alumni and Esh descending<br />

from the GRAMMY Award winning Morgan Heritage family legacy thought it would be a fresh dynamic sound to bring both their acoustic guitars and<br />

smooth vocals together to form the duo they call Esh x Schief.<br />

Having studied the great Simon and Garfunkel, among other great singer songwriters from the last 50 years, they knew instantly that their union could<br />

be something special. Coming from two completely different backgrounds didn’t stop these young men from finding common ground, which was to use<br />

their gifted talent to take them to the places of their dreams. Cool, fun exciting tales of college life with all its ups and downs would become their<br />

canvas as they create an intriguing sound to inspire a generation.<br />

Esh grew up in a musical family but even with music embedded in his DNA he quickly learned that this didn’t guarantee success. After receiving only 2<br />

guitar lessons, his father suggested he go on YouTube and search for lessons at the age of only 9 years old. He received a book with chords and scale<br />

he’d never heard of but he was determined to earn his right of passage and build upon his family’s legacy as he embarks on his own journey. Before<br />

earning a scholarship to the Berklee School of Music’s highly touted summer program, Esh began to double down on his daily YouTube lessons and<br />

coupled them with his Middle School and High School choir classes. This was enough for the administrators at Stetson University to award his 8 years of<br />

focus, hard work and dedication with a full Arts Scholarship to their nationally recognized School of Music.<br />

to<br />

Coming from humble beginnings in St Paul, Minnesota, Schief has experienced tremendous academic<br />

and performance success.Ata very young age he became a certified luthier and had the honor to<br />

travel across the 7 seas with the legendary multi GRAMMY Award winning artist formerly known as<br />

Prince. Schief was his personal guitar and bass technician during the “Twenty10”tour. During this<br />

time, he absorbed first-hand knowledge in music performance of the highest caliber. Feeling<br />

inspired by his time with the late great master of the arts, Schief returned to academia to begin his<br />

studies as a professional musician, composer, and music theorist. After winning numerous songwriting<br />

competitions and receiving multiple Collegiate Scholarships, his achievements brought him<br />

Stetson University. He graduated top of his class, then went on to perform across Florida as well as<br />

the United States at premier venues and festivals gaining invaluable experience.<br />

One day visiting his alma mater in Stetson University, Schief heard of an 18-year-old prodigy named<br />

Eshtemoh Morgan. Little did he know, that one day their paths would cross and give birth to the next<br />

dynamic duo set to blaze a trail of their own as they follow in the footsteps of the great singer<br />

songwriters that have inspired them both throughout the years. From the depths of John Mayer,<br />

Elvis Presley, Otis Redding, Bill Withers, Ed Sheeran and countless others, these two enthusiastic<br />

captivating young men are poised to put a fresh spin on the singer songwriter experience.<br />

LOCAL ARTISTS BIOS AND STORIES<br />

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WEEKEND SHOWS AT 7PM<br />

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03 WED SAVI FERNADEZ<br />

04 THU ROBERT KEELE<br />

05 FRI DANA AND SHARON<br />

06 SAT CHRISTIE BEU<br />

08 MON JENSEY<br />

09 TUE HONEY MOONSHINE<br />

10 WED NATE UTLEY<br />

11 THU RICK GRANO<br />

12 FRI NOVA SCOTIA<br />

13 SAT ARMANDO DIAZ<br />

15 MON JEFF KEMP<br />

16 TUE SETH PAUSE<br />

17 WED PRIVATE PARTY<br />

18 THU ROBERT KEELE<br />

19 FRI DANA AND SHARON<br />

20 SAT RICKY SYLVIA<br />

22 MON JENSEY<br />

23 TUE THOM BLASBURG<br />

24 WED JIMMI SOLDO<br />

25 THU CHRISTIE BEU<br />

26 FRI JESSIE ABBEY<br />

27 SAT CEASAR FRAZIER<br />

29 MON TERI ADAMS<br />

30 TUE SETH PAUSE<br />

1615 S Atlantic Ave,<br />

Daytona Beach, FL 32118<br />

WED. AT 4PM<br />

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FRI. & SAT. AT 6PM<br />

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10 WED PATRICK STEEL DRUMS<br />

12 FRI JESSIE ABBEY<br />

17 WED RIDER KNIGHT<br />

19 FRI MATT MCKEWON<br />

24 WED PATRICK STEEL DRUMS<br />

27 SAT JIMMI SOLDO<br />

49 W. Granada Blvd.<br />

Ormond Beach, FL 32174<br />

WEEKDAY SHOWS - 6PM<br />

WEEKEND SHOWS - 7PM<br />

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03 WED LUCY SPOTTS<br />

04 THU SETH PAUSE<br />

05 FRI STEPHEN STEVENS<br />

06 SAT NSB ERB<br />

09 TUES JESSIE ABBEY<br />

10 WED THOM BLASBURG<br />

11 THU DAVID JULIA<br />

12 FRI CHILLAKAYA<br />

13 SAT SAVI FERNANDEZ<br />

16 TUES JEFF KEMP<br />

17 WED ARE FRIENDS ELECTRIC<br />

18 THU MARTIN MARTINI<br />

19 FRI TRIC<br />

20 SAT JULIE ANNE<br />

23 TUES NATE UTLEY<br />

24 WED ANDREW ELLIOT<br />

25 THU CHUCK MORREL<br />

26 FRI LORDS OF SURF<br />

27 SAT ESH & SCHIEF<br />

30 TUES DUSTIN STOCK<br />

451 S Atlantic Ave,<br />

Daytona Beach, FL 32118<br />

Show times: Fri. 5pm<br />

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06 SAT GREG CULP - 12PM<br />

WESLEY OUCH - 4PM<br />

07 SUN LUCY SPOTTS - 4PM<br />

12 FRI BRENT CLOWER - 5PM<br />

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JAMES WISE - 5PM<br />

14 SUN HEATHER CRAIG - 12PM<br />

19 FRI MUDDY MARSHALL - 12PM<br />

20 SAT SETH PAUSE - 12PM<br />

JORDAN PROFFIT - 5PM<br />

21 SUN JESSIE ABBEY - 12PM<br />

26 FRI ESH &SCHIEF - 5PM<br />

27 SAT DUSTIN STOCK - 12PM<br />

MARTIN MARTINI - 5PM<br />

28 SUN HEATHER CRAIG - 12PM<br />

48 W. Granada Blvd.<br />

Ormond Beach, FL 32174<br />

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MON. - THU. MUSIC AT 6PM<br />

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04 THU THE MAD HATTER<br />

05 FRI DENNIS GALLO<br />

COVER ME BADD<br />

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CHEAP THRILLS BAND<br />

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19 FRI LORDS OF SURF<br />

POP CULTURE POETS<br />

20 SAT LUCY SPOTTS<br />

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24 WED DENNIS GALLO<br />

25 THU JENSEY DUO<br />

26 FRI DAVE ALEXANDER<br />

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27 SAT ETC - 2PM<br />

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12 FRI CHEG<br />

13 SAT UNDERCOVER NSB<br />

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07 SUN JENSEY<br />

11 THU MARTIN MARTINI<br />

14 SUN JIMMI SOLDO<br />

18 THU WHISKEY FAITHFUL<br />

21 SUN JORDAN PROFFIT<br />

25 THU DAVEY LEATHERWOOD<br />

28 SUN ESH & SCHIEF<br />

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06 SAT ESH &SCHEIF<br />

JORDAN REDDING<br />

07 SUN RICK GRANO<br />

DUSTIN STOCK<br />

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13 SAT BOBBYJAMES<br />

SAM PACHETTI<br />

14 SUN BOBBYJAMES<br />

NATE UTLEY<br />

19 FRI BRENT CLOWER<br />

20 SAT SOUTHERN FELLOW<br />

21 SUN ESH &SCHEIF<br />

JESSIE ABBEY<br />

26 FRI CEASAR FRAZIER<br />

27 SAT BOBBYJAMES<br />

JOHNNY& HEIDI<br />

28 SUN BOBBYJAMES<br />

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06 SAT MUDROOSTER<br />

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13 SAT CLINT STEWART<br />

19 FRI JORDAN PROFFIT<br />

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26 FRI SETH PAUSE<br />

27 SAT MICKEY LLARDI<br />

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07 SUN JENSEY<br />

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314 FLAGLER AVENUE<br />

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL 32169<br />

THE LARGEST SELECTION OF CIGARS AND CIGAR ACCESSORIES ON<br />

FLAGLER AVENUE IN NEW SMYRNA BEACH<br />

Welcome to Jefe Cigar Lounge on<br />

314 Flagler Avenue, with the best walk in<br />

humidor cigar selection in New Smyrna<br />

Beach. Cozy atmosphere, friendly staff<br />

serving top shelf spirits, refreshing cocktails<br />

and wine.<br />

Enjoy an authentic pressed Cuban sub or<br />

freshly prepared sushi rolls from our<br />

experienced chef. We have a variety of coffee<br />

choices from a Cuban coffee or cappuccino<br />

from our well trained barista!<br />

Scan the QR Code to<br />

Book Your Private Event!<br />

Closed Monday<br />

Tuesday and Wednesday 10-10PM<br />

Thursday-Saturday 10-2AM<br />

Sunday 10-8PM


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