May 2019

Howdy! 

Our April was interesting, to say the least. 

We're so close to finishing our mural 

at the Alligator Farm!! 

We are jazzed to share our biggest art project yet! 

(Until next month, anyway :D ) 

It's still unfinished, but we'll be posting the finished product 

in next month's newsletter! 

Sandhill Crane, American Alligator, and Carnivorous plants 

under Southern Live Oak 

Florida Panther in Cypress Swamp 

Saltwater Dunes 

Mangrove with Roseate Spoonbill, fish, turtles and herons 

Saltwater Estuary and Mangrove

Artificial Coral Reef Balls and Stone Crab 

Burrowing Owl 

Woodstork 

Doe and Fawn in Pine Scrub 

Eastern Screech Owl 

Squirrel! 

Manatees and Tape Grass 

Springhead 

It'll be fully open next month for 

the zoo's summer camps! 

Check out their offerings and register your kids here. 

Many thanks to Trevor Mia, the Education Director, 

for hiring us for this amazing project, 

and to Teri LaMarco for helping us out 

with a million birds and turtles! 

Check out her portfolio here! 

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Stephen's also been invited to play 

at some of the Alligator Farm's 

Member's Night 

after-hours events! 

If you have an annual pass, make sure to come out 

for their next event on April 25th to witness the amazing night-song 

these animals sing to accompany Stephen's tunes! 

And if you don't have an annual pass, get one! 

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We've also been invited to play at 

Marineland's Rockin' Dolphin 

Spring Concert Series! 

This is a family-friendly event with live music and food trucks! 

Check out their event calendar here for upcoming opportunities 

to hobnob with some beautiful cetaceans! 

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Back at our workshop, 

we are busy with our "Sense-sational" 

children's interactive science exhibit 

for the City of Ocala's Discovery Center. 

We've framed, faced, primed and painted the flats, 

laminated and mounted our polystyrene foam blocks, 

and we've started carving our sculptures! 

Our exhibit is opening July 6th! 

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In the meantime, Homegrown Music Network 

has been distributing our new album, 

Midnight Gardener! 

We're so stoked we were invited to join this 

"shared collective of people, independent jam bands, 

live music venues, and businesses working together 

to make the independent music scene stronger." 

We are now streaming on 

Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, Pandora, etc. 

and our profile is up! Check it out! 

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Back at Flagler Playhouse

we just finished the last set of the season for 

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas! 

It's running through May 12th 

and tickets are available here. 


Upcoming Gigs! 

Thank you to everyone who drops into our gigs to say hello! 

We appreciate you so much! 

We'll be at Salt Life Food Shack 

for the first Friday on May 3rd

Casa Monica 

on Saturday, the 4th

The Elusive Grape 

in Deland on the 10th

Prohibition Kitchen 

on St. George Street on the 12th

St. Augustine Amphitheater's 

Front Porch Stage 

for their Night Market 

on Tuesday, the 14th

Pusser's Bar + Grille 

in Ponte Vedra on the 18th

San Sebastian Winery's 

The Cellar Upstairs 

on the 23rd

and back at the Alligator Farm on the 25th! 

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Upcoming Tours! 

We cannot wait to climb into the Buffalo River on our 

Ozark Odyssey! 

We have some excellent gigs lined up and the debut of our 

In the Moment Arts Education 

poetry workshops and 

Professor Pig's Marvelous Music Show 

at Fayetteville Public Library! 

This is THE BEST public library! 

It has gorgeous grounds and views overlooking the mountains 

and it has an outside deck with these chair-swing-things!!! 

!!!!!!!! 

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We are also looking forward to our 

Appalachian Mosey in August 

with newly added dates 

in Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach! 

We're looking forward to playing 

The Bleu Cafe in Valdosta, GA

The Fly-In Cafe in Huntington, WV again, 

and we can't wait to visit one of our new favorite spots: 

Greenville, SC 

and we're looking forward to playing at the 

Terrapin Brewery in Athens, GA 

for the first time! 


 

Our summer is booked up, and we are now 

looking for projects for this fall and winter! 

We can design, build, paint, decorate, carve, or 

compose anything you dream up! 

We are happy to help with 

residential or commercial art, 

so if you see something ugly, give us a call and 

we can beautify it! 

You can contact us through our website 

www.stephenpigman.com 

at pigman'smusicartscompany@gmail.com 

or call/text at 904-370-5401

 

     Thank you thank you thank you for all of your support and we hope to see you on the road! Rock on! 

 

Peace and love, 

Stephen and Jessica

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