Some people feel like they have no choice but to create and be creative. Southern Miss grad Rebecca Chandler is one of those people.
We can only speculate what pushes a person to express themselves publicly, but it's these people who are responsible for the propagation of our culture and without these talented individuals, society would stagnate.
Visual artists and musicians that we hold in high esteem are typically at the forefront of the performing lifestyle, but there are many more forms of art.
Try to describe the sound of a guitar with words. It’s hard, isn't it? That’s because music isn’t tangible. It can make you feel. It will allow you to travel to a time and place that exists in your own mind- or in someone else’s life.
These emotions and experiences are usually what we use to describe what we hear; how music relates to us on a personal level is the closest we can come to calling it our own.
Ever wonder how someone goes about becoming a legend? Whatever you do, don’t ask Mik Davis.
Because he won’t have an answer for you. Like most truly influential people, the longtime manager at Hattiesburg’s T-Bones Records and Cafe is far too modest to accept the much-deserved praise he deserves for his efforts to make T-Bones a local landmark and cultural point of interest for the musically and artistically inclined.
However, it’s in his actions, where we find his path to renown.