|Posted by Lojah on January 5, 2017 at 6:05 AM||comments (0)|
Happy New Year! I’m really looking forward to 2017. It’s going to a great year. For starters I’m embarking on a series of shows throughout the year, and the production of a new ep in the spring and I’ll be giving away a painting from my facebook page as part of the release.
My next show is this Friday, January 6, at the Back Porch Bar and Grill – 710 Palafox St in Pensacola. If you’re in the area come on out and party with us. Or if you live further away and you’d like me to visit your town, let know where to play and I’ll consider putting it on my tour list for 2017.
You can keep up with me by following me on facebook, https://twitter.com/Lojah" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">twitter, and https://www.instagram.com/j.lojah/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">instagram or visit Lojah.com for access to my music and art. You can also follow my blog The Moody View where I cover a wide range of topics from art, music, and culture.
Happy New Year, once again. I hope you have a great 2017.
Until Next time,
|Posted by Lojah on December 20, 2016 at 12:45 AM||comments (0)|
I almost can’t believe another year has gone by and so much has changed, but it feels really good to be moving forward into the next phase of life.
I have a couple 2017 shows booked already and a few more tentative dates coming up. If you’re in the Pensacola area you should come hang out.
Jan 6, Twelfth Night at the Back Porch Bar and Grill
March 17, St. Patrick’s Day at the Back Porch Bar and Grill
Check Lojah.com for details.
In the spirit of the season you can swing by the Moody View and read my most recent post on the Yuletide and the Real Reason for the Season. After that there are some interesting subjects on Eight Christmas Characters Most Americans Don’t Know, and Wassailing, the Roots of a Christmas Tradition.
I wish you all a great Yuletide season and I look forward to seeing you in the coming year.
Until Next time,
|Posted by Lojah on December 6, 2016 at 5:55 PM||comments (0)|
The demonstrations ongoing at Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline have brought a wide assortment of passionate supporters committed to stand with them against the destruction of sacred and historical sites, and to protect the fresh water supply of the Missouri River.
It began with a small group of Lakota from the Standing Rock Reservation and eventually attracted supporters from many of the over five hundred federally recognized tribes in the US as well as countless members of the numerous state recognized tribes across the country. (Read More)
|Posted by Lojah on November 24, 2016 at 5:35 AM||comments (0)|
Thanksgiving is one of the United States’ most significant national holidays. It’s probably second in popularity only to Christmas. Like most Americans, I grew up with it. There’s really not much to it other than cooking a lot of food and having a feast in the middle of the day, during which we are supposed to express our appreciation for all our good fortune as Americans. It has a slightly religious tone to it, but that is overshadowed by its more nationalistic implications. (READ MORE)