In March 2012, Alex Cozzo, the three year-old son of Florida DJ Joe Cozzo was found at the bottom of a swimming pool. He remained in a coma for weeks, and doctors warned the family that Alex might never come of life support or open his eyes. The night residents of Fishhawk, Florida held a candlelight vigil for Alex, he awoke from his coma. Sadly he suffered severe brain damage—he only now as 10 percent brain capacity—and at seven years old now he has undergone 15 different surgeries.
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If you haven’t heard the White Buffalo‘s recent album Love and the Death of Damnation, you’re missing out on one of the finest Americana records of 2015. Luckily, we’ve got a perfect clip to whet your appetite, a special live performance of “Go the Distance” by Jake Smith and his band for AUDIENCE Network’s Guitar Center Sessions series. Plus you can catch his performance in its entirety this Friday 27 November on AUDIENCE (DIRECTV ch. 239 or AT&T U-verse TV ch. 1114).
Australian progressive instrumental heavy rock band We Lost the Sea are set to release their new album Departure Songs on 27 November via Translation Loss Records (pre-order here). The sextet have an incredible knack for creating a cinematic effect with their compositions, and as the heart-wrenching “A Gallant Gentleman” illustrates, they can tell a story without words quite brilliantly.
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