Erica Frisby

Erica Frisby is a Columnist at Grit Daily. She focuses on entertainment, including music, film, and television. As the host of Nerd Podcast Radio, she has an inherent drive for all things nerdy, geeky and pop-culture. With two degrees in Psychology, Erica finds passion in what motivates and moves people. A mother, wife and nerd she brings a different perspective to the world of pop-culture. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

‘Joker’ Reveals a Reflection of Madness

The enigma that is “The Joker” is the fundamental reason audiences love him. A symbol of the anarchy that revels in the freedom of madness. As often as the character of the Joker has been played in cinema, there has always been a mystery to his beginning, and that mystery seemed to be the strength of the character’s charm. Despite attempts made through animated movies like DC’s film adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke, we did not want to know why he was crazy. We just...

Walking Down Oscars Red Carpet With Artist, Elyse Williams

For singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer, Elyse Williams has been going strong since age seven. Performing with courage and living without fear, the young artist has been devoted to the stage. Signed by Disney music producer, Andrew Lane, Williams has been gaining notoriety since she was thirteen with her performances in local school theatrical productions. Lane, the power behind High School Musical, Hannah Montana, Disneymania 4, and Manny Fresh, has stood by Williams along her journey....

‘The Midnight’ Breathes Life Into Retro Millennial Scene With Recent Album Release

Palpable excitement hummed through the air as fans of The Midnight wrapped around the building waiting for their turn through the doors of the Newport Music Hall the night of April 3, 2019. The overwhelming diversity of the line, including all age groups wearing everything from reprinted Sweet Sixteen T- Shirts, original Motorhead shirts, and newer Gunship merchandise, is a testament to the appeal of The Midnight’s musical range—a scene untypical to most concerts. The Midnight,...

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