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Article originally featured in SIGT Magazine Issue #11 /// Page #03
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Welcome to Volume 2!
For Volume 1 (Issues #01 – #10), we kept it classic on the cover with three things—logo, issue #, and the phrase, “Interactive Magazine.” Each cover featured fans at shows. Never artists…Never a portrait of who we convinced to talk to us for an interview that month…just fans. Fans losing their shit! Fans screaming lyrics back at their favorite band. Us, the fans. All the photos were taken by our staff photographers—Simon Wade, Grizzlee Martin, Daniel Garcia, & Douglass Dresher. During quarantine, Hannah Wistort designed a sci-fi cover and Agustin Sulzer III designed our “4/20” cover.
For Volume 2, all the covers will be hand-drawn by local artists, digitized, colorized, and printed on high-quality #110 silk paper (the classy sh*t!). This first cover features Orlando artist, Ashley Hallenbeck — read our “Cover Story” on page #4 and her interview on page #20! We are also happy to announce…
The NEW SIGT Subscription package!
Subscription members will receive more bonus goodies in their monthly black bag!
You may have noticed the sticker in your package (if not, go look!). You’ll be getting collectable stickers (or something cool) from the cover artist each month, a coloring page, and some local business coupons. This month, you’ll also get a free CD from a local artist we reviewed in this issue (Kurt Rambus) and a cute little pack of crayons to color the cover pages.
Digital is now free!
Access and share your favorite pics and articles from any SIGT Issue with anyone. Now with unlimited access!
2021 is bringing better quality and lower costs!
The new subscription rate is $8.99/month or $84/year.
What you’ll get:
• Early Digital Access (one week early)
• High-Quality Print Package (shipping included)
• First Access to Exclusive Giveaways & Event Tickets
In this issue, you’ll find Ashley Rawlings is back with more Brews I Go To beer reviews (pg #16)! We interviewed Orlando indie promoter (and burlesque queen) Blue Star, who talks to us about her journey from doing what she loved to becoming a professional (pg #8). Ron Grant takes you through two Verzuz live streams featuring some legendary ladies (pg #14). Album reviews, local love, and Songs I Groove To, are full of good music for your eager ears. Our resident astrologer, Rachael Welsh, takes you through what to expect with the moon, stars, and your hearts this coming month. Don’t forget to color the cover (pg #43).
Thank you for supporting a small business and the local arts community.
See you at the shows, the shows I go to.
SIGT MAGAZINE ISSUE #12
The Final Issue.
Please support our friends who support us! Tell them Shows I Go To sends love! 🙂
- Nora's Sugar Shack!
- Park Ave CDs
- Montgomery Drive Presents
- RT-Art Printing
- Dexter's New Standard (Winter Park)
- El Camino School of Music, Repair, & Technology
- The Mary Jane 'High-Quality' Art Gallery
- Tamale Co (Best Tamales in ORL) (Orlando)
- The Owl's Attic Vintage Shop
- American Combat Club
- Lazy Moon Pizza (New Location Open Downtown!)
- AKT Enterprises
- Smartpunk Records
- No Clubs Presents | State Media
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- Lizzy McCormack's Irish Pub
- Farm Boy Produce Kombucha!