One of the most memorable and influential musical partnerships of the 1980s will soon be visiting Central Florida! Pat Benatar and husband Neil Giraldo have collaborated both personally and professionally for over 30 years, blazing a trail along the way and proving themselves to be an unstoppable force. Over the years, their creative partnership has yielded 14 albums, 9 Grammy nods, and 4 Grammy Awards. Full Access Magazine spoke to them shortly after the start of their 35th Anniversary Tour.


Over Fifteen years together and Old Crow Medicine Show has sold over 800,000 albums. They have won the 2013 Grammy award for “Best Long Form Music Video” for the film documenting their 2011 Railroad Revival Tour. Also in 2013, the band was inducted as members of the historic Grand Ole Opry. Most notably Old Crow Medicine Show also received great recognition for their single “Wagon Wheel” that received the RIAA’s Platinum certification for selling over 1,000,000 copies.


Her soulful voice instantly takes you back to those years around the millennium; although our first recollections of Vonda Shepard were tied with laughter, drama, and music through the Ally McBeal TV show, her connection with the entertainment industry started when she was very young and it has continued in multiple incarnations through today. Vonda sat down with Full Access Magazine to talk about where she has been and where she is heading to.


Full Access had the opportunity to sit down with the band Judah & The Lion. The band calls their genre “folk hop.” Judah says, “It’s got a little bit of Americana and indie bluegrass with a hip hop dance style.” The band consists of Judah Akers on lead vocals and guitar, Brian Macdonald on mandolin and backing vocals, and Nate Zuercher on banjo and backing vocals.


In the small, unincorporated community of Spring Hill, located in Hernando County, Florida, the band, Clenchfist, started on their journey to create music that makes people jump, think, reflect, and affect positivity. Not much was going on in Spring Hill in 1998; this left Steve Bruno and his cousin, Mike Fiumara, searching for something to inspire them. Then one day, Steve was handed a flyer for a punk show in town, and although his musical tastes focused on rock and metal, he and Mike decided to go and check out the show.


Heart Strings for Heroes is a local non-profit organization dedicated to providing music therapy to military service men and women injured in the line of duty.

The Heart Strings for Heroes’ “Strings Across America” concert tour, sponsored by Lazydays, will travel to 16 cities across the United States from May through 16 guitars to 16 purple heart combat HEROES. The kick-off event was held on-site at Lazydays to “reveal” a fully branded Heart Strings for Heroes RV provided by Lazydays.


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