Following a one particular-yr hiatus, Downtown Tallahassee has brought back again the summer time Sundown Live performance Series. Musician Jason McMillan of Two Foot Stage cannot hold out to hop on his mandolin and provide dwell new music back to Cascades Park for this absolutely free celebration. 

“Live new music transports you into one more way of currently being,” claims McMillan. “I’ve observed now far more than ever men and women are appreciative at displays and you can see it’s satisfying for them. It’s this kind of an essential element of a ton of people’s lives. There is anything liberating about observing live music being carried out.” 

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McMillan was born and elevated in Tallahassee, and at this stage, states he feels like aspect of the cloth of the local community. He started his journey in the arts at Leon Large College in a starting guitar course.

Musician Jason McMillan of Two Foot Level.

From there, McMillan ongoing putting collectively bands with pals and checking out visual artwork. When his spouse encouraged him to go after teaching, he made the decision to complete a degree in artwork schooling from Florida State College. 

Taking part in new music, educating art

McMillan has taught artwork at W.T. Moore Elementary for 18 decades. His proudest times are witnessing students make meaningful, expressive items, and McMillan thinks art should really normally be enjoyable. He curates his classroom to be a secure space for students to make problems and specific their strategies.