Episode 3: Tomboi
In the final pilot episode, self-described 'queer-indie-electronic' group Tomboi joins Trey in the alley. Beyond being one of the most sonically interesting groups in Jacksonville, they are also activists for an array of causes. They are champions of LGBTQ rights, as well as mentors to the 'Girls Rock' national movement, which has become a valuable gateway for female youths to get involved in music. Tomboi also treats the audience to the debut of their song "Rainbow Warrior".
Episode 2: Tambor
Episode 2 highlights Tambor, a local, six-piece, jazz-inspired fusion group. The guys sat down with host Trey Hebron to discuss their influences, how they categorize their music, and their love of the vibraphone before gracing the Alley with a live performance of their song “Cauliflower.”
Episode 1: ND 20/20
The Alley Sessions aims to highlight the dynamic cultural diversity in Jacksonville's thriving music scene.
In this kickoff episode, host Trey Hebron is joined by D.A.R.Y.L. and DJ Northstar, better known as local hip-hop duo ND 20/20. Following a discussion about hip-hop culture and the unique circumstances of underground music in Jacksonville, ND 20/20 give us a special performance of their tune "Long Time No Cash".
Host: Trey Hebron
Executive Producer: Grant Nielsen
Director: James Siler
Christopher Robert Bryan
Alex E & Underbelly
Jason Hunnicutt & 1904 Music Hall