Lacey Sturm is a dynamic rock vocalist with an impressive track record, both as lead singer for Flyleaf, and as a solo performer. She brings her solo show to Winter Park, headlining an impressive show produced by local promoter Maniacal Mojo this Friday, July 22nd in Winter Park.
And as a nice treat for local rock fans, the lineup features a slew of diverse and talented local and regional rock bands, as well.
With our Candlebox interview published today, we’ve finally dug through our huge backlog of Welcome To Rockville features. You can use this page to find all of our reviews, interviews and photo collections.
I recently caught Lacey Sturm performing at both Earthday Birthday and Welcome To Rockville, and I had the chance to sit down for what became a fantastic look into the life and mind of this talented and passionate performer. There’s a lot of info here, so today, we start with Part 1 of our Lacey Sturm Interview.
Damn – that was one hell of a way to kick off a festival. On a beautiful, warm Florida day, thousands of fans at Jacksonville’s newly arranged Metropolitan Park were treated to some killer live rock ‘n roll.
This year’s 101.1 WJRR Earthday Birthday was the most women-centric rock event I can remember, and the approach helped make it one of the best festivals I’ve experienced. We were treated to five female fronted bands, a key sponsor was breast health awareness non-profit organization Rock Pink, we had a chance to honor a local survivor, we saw plenty of Mel and LT, and of course, there were painted breasts celebrated everywhere.