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19 April 2019
Darryl Steele
FEE: $5
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Local treasure - soul, blues & R&B
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19 April 2019
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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19 April 2019
Finn & The Kingsnakes CD Release Party
$10 cover at the door
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Come on out to celebrate "The Best Kind of Trouble". Dance evangelists, road trips, salt marsh and sinkholes. Loving the local life with the best folks you'll ever meet!
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19 April 2019
Gadsden Reggae and Blues Fest
Tickets on sale now at Universal $20/day, $10/day for students (with ID) kids $12 and under are free, parking is $2.
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April 19&20 5F farms event center is proud to host the Gadsden Reggae and Blues fest. 2 Full days of Reggae and Blues on 2 stages. Bring the kids,dog and lawn chairs and join us for a weekend of music, food and fun.
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19 April 2019
Drivin N Cryin
Whiskey in the Pines No Cover
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Doors: 7pm | Music: 8pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ Only Celebrating their 33rd Anniversary together, Atlanta-based folk rock act, Drivin N Cryin, have spent most of their career on tour. In October 1985 Drivin N Cryin played their first show at Atlanta's famed 688 Club. The band quickly gained attention for their blistering live shows, and amassed a rabid fanbase in the fertile soil of the late-1980s Southeast music scene. Now, 33 years later, and after releasing four full length albums on Island Records and one on Geffen Records, founding members Kevn Kinney and Tim Nielsen find themselves enjoying a milestone anniversary for the band, having survived the pressures of fame, a shifting musical landscape, multiple lineup changes, and miles of back roads and highways to arrive here. With a gold record, 10 full-length albums, and a handful of EPs to their credit, the band still refuses to rest. In 2012, a documentary about the band, entitled Scarred but Smarter: Life n Times of Drivin' N' Cryin', was produced. In 2015, a collection of 10 choice cuts from the band's 4-EP “Songs” series, entitled Best of Songs, was released on Nashville's Plowboy Records. Additionally, the band was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame that same year. The following year, Drivin N Cryin released a vinyl-only album, entitled Archives Vol One, with a collection of basement recordings from the years 1988 to 1990. With Dave V. Johnson as their drummer, and the band's newest member, Laur Joamets, (originally Sturgill Simpson) now being added to the lineup, Drivin N Cryin continues to tour the U.S. to great acclaim.More about the band:
Website | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify Whiskey in the Pines' unmistakably Southern moniker—a perfect fit for its brand of heartfelt, no-frills Americana—was inspired by their frequent excursions down US-319 south to the languid shores of the Gulf. The band's Florida roots imbue their alt-country songs with a gentle warmth and sense of connectedness. This is heartland rock & roll, shot through with ambling, country-tinged flourishes. There are songs that would perfectly score a backyard day-drinking session, and others that work as peaceful codas to soundtrack the after-party cleanup. As seen on stage with: Lucero, John Moreland, American Aquarium, Plane White T's, Sister Hazel, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Shane Smith and the Saints, Jason Eady.More about the band:
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19 April 2019
CD Release Party
$5 door cover
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Finn & the Kingsnakes have been performing together for a year and we are excited to release our first CD, The Best Kind of Trouble.  John Ratowski on lead guitar & vocals, Tiffiny Hewitt-Brown on guitar & vocals, Tim Hendrix on bass guitar & vocals and Howard Rich on drums. Special guests will join us on stage and there is sure to be some dancing. If you haven't tried something from the sloppy joe menu at J@M, you are missing out.
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20 April 2019
The Sh-Booms
Kill Spiders & Viper Pilot
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doors @ 8:30pm, $8 advance tickets at ticketfly.com, Retrofit Records, Midtown Pies, Big Chiefs, & The Wilbury
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20 April 2019
David Cox Celebration of Life
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Memories, music, friends, & family
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20 April 2019
Libby Rae Watson & Wes Lee
FEE: $10
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Country Blues at its best!libbyrae.comwesleemusic.com
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20 April 2019
Big Bend Community Orchestra 25th Anniversary Concert
Concert is free and open to the public.
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Founded in 1994, the Big Bend Community Orchestra (BBCO) provides opportunities for community musicians to learn and play orchestral music together. Ginny Densmore, one of the founding members, will be featured in a Clarinet Concerto by Weber. We will also have several alumni joining us for this momentous occasion.The orchestra consists of more than fifty volunteer musicians and includes professionals, homemakers, music teachers, retirees, and students. Children in the audience are given the opportunity to come on stage to see and hear the instruments “up close and personal.”This concert will feature works from Gershwin, Shubert, Dvorak, and Saint-Saens. The BBCO is under the direction of Dr. Shelby Chipman.
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20 April 2019
Kill Spiders
Golden Hour Trees, City Ordinance & Viper Pilot doors @ 8:30pm, $5 over 21, $7 under 21 Event Website ♫
20 April 2019
Dave Matthews Tribute Band
$8, $10
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 Doors: 8:00pm | Show: 9:30pm | Ages 21+ OnlyTickets are $8 in advance and $10 the day of the show, before tax and fees. No refunds or exchanges of ticket purchases. Advance tickets will also be on sale electronically via Eventbrite and in person with NO FEES at Finnegan's Wake Irish Pub. Their name says it all: The Dave Matthews Tribute Band. Many go to their live shows with reservations, high expectations, and the burning question, “Do these guys sound like the real Dave Matthews Band?” Almost always the answer is, “Yes!”
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21 April 2019
Guest Artist Recital and Masterclass - Johanna Yarbrough and Karl Pituch, horns
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Celebrate with Johanna Yarbrough and Karl Pituch, members of the Detroit Symphony, in recital on April 21st at 3:00pm in Housewright Music Building, Room 114.  Tallahassee-native Johanna Yarbrough and former Jacksonville Symphony member Karl Pituch are among the finest horn players in the world.  Come hear them play LIVE!!  Masterclass to follow the recital.  This event is free and open to the public.
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22 April 2019
Lost Mondays: Special Guest: Rev. Robert
FEE: $2
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http://www.revrobert.com/Reverend Robert is a master of prewar blues. He has delved deep into the styles of Charley Patton, Robert Johnson and other delta blues giants. In the past two decades he has become accomplished at many other early twentieth century styles including ragtime and early jazz, Hawaiian, African and Caribbean. He combines these styles seamlessly in a combination of infectious rhythm and an authentic acoustic sound.In 2004 he took first place at the National Slide Guitar Festival in North Carolina The Reverend is known for his true conviction, and powerful delivery. You can hear it on his latest CD "Shake That Thing."
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22 April 2019
Capital City Band Spring Concert at TCC
Free Admission
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Capital City Band of TCC, under the batons of Michael Grant, Director of Bands and Lisa M. Foltz, Associate Conductor, presents its annual “Spring Concert” on Monday April 22nd at 7:00 p.m. in TCC's Turner Auditorium. 444 Appleyard Drive; Free parking and admission.
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23 April 2019
Choral Union
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The College of Music is pleased to present the Choral Union concert on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall.  The Choral Union is open to any student enrolled in the University who enjoys singing.  Dr. André Thomas is the director of the Choral Union, which is conducted by graduate students in choral conducting.  Choral Union performs accompanied and a cappella repertoire in concerts throughout the year.  This event is free and open to the public.
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23 April 2019
Roda Vibe with As Saudades: *International Day of Choro*
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Come celebrate choro icon Pixinguinha's birthday with us!Brazilian music from the last century; it has been compared to American Ragtime, having grown out of a similar mixture of traditions.
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23 April 2019
$2 Tuesdays
No cover charge
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Because why not? $2 Tacos $2 Sloppy Joes $2 Well Drinks $2 Domestic Beers (Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite, and Mich Ultra bottles and PBR tall boys)
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24 April 2019
Acoustic Open Mic
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Open mic acoustic style in the bar from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Sign up begins at 6pm
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24 April 2019
Mark Russell with Jim Crozier in the Lab
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Jazz fiddle expertly played.Mark lives in Cambridge, MA now, but gets back to Tallahassee from time to time.
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24 April 2019
University Wind Orchestra
This is a ticketed event. Tickets are $10 general admission; $7 seniors/nonFSU students; FSU students free with ID. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the College of Music Box Office at 645-7949.
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The FSU College of Music invites you to join Professor Richard Clary and the University Wind Orchestra in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.  The Wind Orchestra is the top graduate wind band. They engage in professional level study of wind literature important to contemporary performing practices. The Wind Orchestra's campus performances are supplemented by periodic tours, selected artist concert series, conventions, and conference appearances. All performers rotate in the assignment of parts, and all serve as principals.
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24 April 2019
Stories At Blue
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For May, a series of stories about humble war heroes, the aftermath of war, the blessing inspite of it all. Robyn Rennick will be the feature storyteller, after a spoken-word open mic from 7-7:45.Free admission / tips appreciated
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24 April 2019
David Cobb
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Guitar
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25 April 2019
Joe Hutto, The Nature of Art
$10 Student, $20 Keynote/Q&A, $30 Keynote/Q&A -
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spoken word, visual arts

Joe will talk on the motivating force that seems to perpetually define the most significant expressions of our humanity, sharing his perspectives regarding the biological foundation of the aesthetic experience and the development of a mysterious driving force that appears to be peculiar to our species. The Natural History of art is an organic reflection of the most remarkable and perhaps the most significant aspect of our Human Nature.Joe Hutto is a nationally recognized artist in photography, painting and bronze sculpture as well as an Emmy award-winning filmmaker and author of several internationally recognized books. His writing, scientific research, photography and artwork have been featured in numerous regional and national publications, including the Smithsonian and The New Yorker. He has worked as a professional archaeologist, and as a curator and conservator for the Museum of Florida History. For many years he was a field biologist for the State of Wyoming, studying Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and mule deer. A life-long professional musician, Hutto has recorded and appeared on stage with multiple Grammy® Award-winning artists. He grew up in Tallahassee, is a graduate of Florida State University, and is now, again, a full-time resident of the Capital City.Previous Event Next Event
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