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11th Annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival Overview

As the 11th annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival commences its second season of delivering the cream of the crop from contemporary films released in the past year that have all received top accolades from both critics and festivals across the country where they have premiered, the dynamic range of dramatic narratives, documentaries, comedic and foreign films that will be showcased from November 9-12th is an illuminating excursion into both the pitfalls and possibilities that populate the human spirit.

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Jazz artist John Coltrane is arguably one of the most revolutionary and ground-breaking musicians of the 20th Century, charting a blueprint of musical contradictions through the mathematical precision and accomplishment of his musical constructions that simultaneously knew no boundaries when it came to creating innovative architectures to his music.

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A Veteran Confronts the Demons of War & Travesty of Vietnam by Revisiting the Heart of Darkness

At the ripe age of twenty, Tim ‘Naneek’ Keenan had a world of a very real Vietnam war on his shoulders. And through the prism of this amazing documentary film Naneek, which will be screening at the Riverside Saginaw Film Festival on Sunday, November 12th, director Neal Steeno delivers a riveting and epic journey taken by this amazing Vietnam veteran, that documents his return to Vietnam to see the places and people where he had fought after living with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome for more than four decades.

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Set To Perform In Bay City At The Empire Room

Acoustic double-neck guitarist and Candyrat recording artist Ian Ethan Case is quickly becoming recognized as “one of the most creative and engaging fingerstyle guitarists in the world” (International Center for Creativity.)

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Local Boys Live their Own 'Hard Day’s Night' on Rocket Ride to the Top of International Acclaim

In the event you’ve been living under a rock or simply have lost interest in the relatively corporatized, sanitized, and benign entropy that pretty much defines the contemporary landscape of rock ‘n roll, leave it to four enterprising and passionately engaged musicians from Frankenmuth, Michigan to shift the gears on a classic model and break into the international consciousness with a fresh sound and talent that within the course of a few short months has catapulted them into that rarified air of rapid success and critical acclaim.

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New Music in REVIEW

The new release by contemporary Reggae advocate, ambassador, songwriter, and innovative producer David Asher is titled Dub World - an engaging remix of stellar tracks cultivated from his last groundbreaking 2016 outing Who Is That Mad Band? with The PROCESS.

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We were saddened to hear of the passing of Kevin McCreery on September 14 from cancer. Many will remember Kevin as a fixture in the regional music scene, as his local bands Mach, Love Jones and Feeding the Machine enjoy “legendary” status to those who followed original music in the area during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Kevin’s bands were regulars at the annual Review Music Awards and within the pages of the magazine.

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The Country Superstar Reflects Upon the Evolution of Her Sound, Being True to Yourself, and the Importance of Looking Outward with a Big Noise

Once dubbed by Rolling Stone as “the greatest female country singer since Patsy Cline,” the artist now known simply as Wynonna is an impressive songwriter whose high-caliber musicianship and commanding vocal presence has sold over 30 million albums worldwide and earned her five Grammy awards.

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Showcasing an Independent Mix of Modern Musical Styles

Now a fixture in the annual Fall entertainment calendar, The Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival returns to Bay City from 9/28 thru 10/1 for its 12th annual incarnation. Over the years the music portions of the program have grown in stature, both within the event and in the eyes of potential performers. The Festival now enjoys a stellar reputation as a host for independent, original music.

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Saturday • September 30 • 4:30 PM • Scottish Rite Auditorium

The new film from director Daniel Peddle is a quiet drama that shines a light on what it’s like to be an outsider living in small town America. Titled Moss, this quiet drama resounds with hefty questions and is filmed in a distinct and softly almost psychedelic style, with the lens focused upon a sensory immersion in nature and the longing of its characters, which offers a haunting, lyrical and lush look at life in Southern Gothic America and the people eternally connected to it, revealing the struggles and beauty of lives deeply connected to nature.

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