The Nashville-based alt-rock trio Future Thieves hit the tiny stage two at the Rockwood Music Hall under horrible red lighting, but the band still came out looking like bright, shiny pennies that make musical wishes come true.
In our recent podcast episode about Child Stars, we asked our guest, former child star herself, Anna Sundstrand (girl group Play) to choose between several groups of child stars. We also gave our social media followers the same “Child Star Blitz.” Here are the results! Want to post your votes? Download our template here and upload to your InstaStories. Don’t forget to tag @StarShineMag!
As a devout Vampire Diaries fan, I go into every spinoff series with low expectations. Why? Simply because history has proven sequels never live up to the originals… no pun intended! Besides, I was so smitten with The Vampire Diaries at the time, I wasn’t looking for another show that didn’t feature Damon and Stefan.
“I always told myself I’d get to Nashville,” Brooke White sings on the eponymous track off her upcoming album, Calico. The former American Idol alum had dreamed of moving to Nashville her entire career to make a “real” country album, but life had other plans. Those plans included becoming the mother of two, starting her own web series, The Girls With Glasses. It was through this journey, along with a little bit of opportunity coming her way, that Brooke embraced her Cali lifestyle, and incorporated it into her music.
In this premiere episode of the StarShine Magazine Podcast, I discuss the trends of the 90s, like fanny packs, teen movies, and of course, the music. Speaking of music, I also discuss my dissatisfaction with all 90s mixes available on Spotify, which is why I made my own Diverse 90s Playlist.
Fiction author Sandy Lo, known for romantic stories like the Dream Catchers Series is delving into the supernatural world with her latest release, Decaf For The Dead released this week on Amazon. Get it here.