It seems most of the world has jumped on the Tiger King bandwagon. From memes, to spoofs, to the music—it’s all been bizarrely entertaining.
Indie pop artist Alex Winston has painted on her tiger stripes, and released Tiger Queen: Joe Exotic Covers.
Yup. We’ve gone there. And we can’t go back. Here’s her cover of "Here Kitty, Kitty."
Only Alex can turn the Tiger King drama into a dreamy tale of a Lifetime Movie-meets-Investigation Discovery.
We’re smitten. Or is that… bitten.
As Joe Exotic would say: “F&ck you, Carole Baskin!”
In these unprecedented times, we’re all facing the same things: anxiety, uncertainty, finding normalcy, searching for answers.
Music has the power to unite us; to soothe us; to make us stronger.
“We’re All in This Together” is an anthem for the times from the band Ravenwood.
A band known for its message of triumph over adversity, this is a much needed message of hope.
Don’t give up. Let's rock this COVID outta here...
Country artist Karen Waldrup is looking to lift our spirits as we shelter at home. Starting today, she’s launching Waldrup Worldwide digital spirit week. It’s just like spirit week in high school or college, but digital. She asking people to dress up as a certain theme each day.
The digital spirit week will wrap with a digital pep rally featuring music, inspirational stories, a major announcement, and more. Up to 100 of Karen’s fans will be featured on the pep rally that will be broadcast live on her Facebook page.
Sounds like a blast!
Who’s got spirit? Crack Wise-rs do!
Her voice is truly like an angel. And couldn’t we all use an angel right now? Brennley Brown’s “One More Hallelujah” is the sweetness we need in sour times.
With a voice that reminds us of a young Dolly Parton, Brennley shares what’s on her heart.
“The message of this song is one of inspiration and healing in the midst of life’s most challenging hardships. My prayer for this song, is that it resonates with each and every person that hears it and affords them hope, inspiration, and encouragement. We are not isolated in our brokenness and pain.”
Haus of V is a creative collective that shares a similar mindset -- with a twist.