CARROT TOP INTERVIEWED
With three decades of comedic performance under his belt, Carrot Top is one of the most popular, recognizable and successful comedians in America. Did you know he grew up in Cocoa Beach?
RICK ESTRIN & THE NIGHTCATS
Since the 2009 release of their celebrated Alligator Records debut, Twisted, and the 2012 follow-up One Wrong Turn, the band has toured non-stop, honing their creative synergy to a razor’s edge. Now they’ve captured that energy on a new release, You Asked For It...Live!.
The City of Palm Bay presents “New Year’s Eve Rockin The Bay,” a free concert with Molly Hatchet and special guest Blackfoot. Party starts at 5 pm.
DON “THE DRAGON” WILSON
Don Wilson holds eleven world champion titles in full contact kick boxing. Just recently the City of Cocoa Beach honored him with a sign on SR 520 as a hometown legend. Charles Knight caught up with him for an interview.
Meet the next generation of talented musicians and songwriters. Legendary guitarist Paul Chapman introduced us to an outstanding talent, a 16-year-old Melbourne Beach student who won her first award.
THE ART OF FILM MAKING
During the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival there were a lot of producers, writers, actors, and film directors in town. John Leach talked to Gerard Lima about his first feature film, Rescue Me.
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