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With over 72 million records sold, Herb Alpert’s legendary career includes five decades as artist, record executive and philanthropist. In the past two years, he won his ninth Grammy for 2013’s Steppin’ Out and received the National Medal of Arts from President Obama.

He has been a staple in the Central Florida music industry for over 45 years. He is the go to audio engineer for the King Center and the BSO. He has cancer, and his friends have come together to throw him a party of love and compassion.

The Beach Boys are a beloved American institution that remains iconic around the world. They perform this month at the King Center.


For 50 years the town of Grant in South Brevard has been holding its annual seafood festival. It is a 100 percent community effort with towns people serving their family recipes.

In a one-on-one interview Jason Noon talked to Brevard Live about his different projects that include a new recording studio as well as a booking agency and his goal to become a music producer.

A Brevard County native, his photography has already taken him to places as far flung as Brazil, Germany, Africa and India, and his fine art printing sees him working in New York for a good part of the year. There’s art in everything he does, and he’s a busy man.


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If you missed the Gumbo Fest & Can Jam in support of Reverend Richard Tater but want to know what was going on, go to the FB group of Reverend Richard Tater's Flock and check out the photos posted by Joseph Sekora. They tell the whole story.
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