It’s not often I get to do an interview with someone who is truly open and candid about their life and their personal journey. Country music singer and songwriter Lawnie Wallace was gracious enough to take to time to talk to me about her new album, The Lost Years (available now to purchase), and to share the bittersweet journey that transpired and led to the creation of her most recent music.
In this interview Lawnie talks about her ten year hiatus, how she came back to writing music, and her love for phone apps and Macs. She even shared with us her favorite superhero! She is an absolute gem and it was a pleasure to speak with her. Check it out!
What is it like to be back in the music scene after your ten year hiatus?
For me it’s actually very surreal because it’s been such a long time since I’ve been in the music scene. I’m so overwhelmed with it all because I’m so close to the music and it’s my first time writing a full album all on my own and producing it along with the help of Ruben Huizenga, my other producer and help me bring out the music that was living in my head for so long. Coming back from the dark and back into the light again, it just makes me so grateful. If there was one word to describe how I feel it would be gratitude. I’ve had this chance again to bring my music to the forefront, so that people can hear me and hear the struggles that I have been through over the last ten years.
TruTV’s Impractical Jokers stepped it up at this year’s San Diego Comic-con 2015 by creating an entire museum dedicated to the show. We were invited to check out the museum during their champagne breakfast for media and fans alike. The display was a lot of fun with fan art hung up on the wall and an artist doing fake airbrushed tattoos.
Q & Sal were awesome enough to sit down with Gizzy B for an interview, watch the video below and check out our photos from the event after the jump.
From the moment I happened upon her instagram account 2 years ago, I’ve been a fan of Chubear. Her amazing makeup skills, prolific fun cosplay choices, and openly goofball personality have definitely helped propel her into her much deserved cosplay senpai status.
I had the chance to sit down and derp around with Chubear during Anime Expo to talk more about what got her into cosplay, the cosplay community, and her experiences as a guest at Anime Expo 2015.
Elizabeth Neale returns with Jon Verrall to the show to talk about their Indiegogo campaign to launch season 2 of LARPs: The Series, which will be bigger and better! Also, we are launching a separate campaign for Elizabeth’s personal trailer and Swedish masseur. Find out what’s new with one of our favorite webseries and what kind of goodies you can get if you support their crowdfunding… #getshotinthedick.
The cast of Hollow Ship returns on the Defective Geeks podcast, this time with creators and actors, Curtis Fortier, Helen McElwain and Steve Shaw. We delve into finalizing episode 00 and what it’s like to wrap up a Kickstarter project… all while we took over The Comic Bug in Culver City and drank wine!