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22 February 2019
Randall Webster & Red Hot Java with Boo Radley
$10.00, $18.00
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A night of Americana and Blues with world-renowned blues artist Randall “Big Daddy” Webster and his Chicago-based Randall Webster & Red Hot Java band. Nashville recording artist Boo Radley joins Randall for an evening of unforgettable music. Open at 6pm for dinner and drinks and we will be celebrating National Margarita Day with $5 Cuervo margaritas all night.
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22 February 2019
Ryan Montbleau
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22 February 2019
Cat Family Records Birthday Party Ft: TaReef KnockOut, bandanna, Slow Low Crow, Sage Monkey, Camp Green Lake, Boys Who Cry
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22 February 2019
Grind (Alice in Chains Tribute)
Core (Stone Temple Pilots Tribute) $8, $10
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COW HAUS PRODUCTIONS AND FIFTH & THOMAS PRESENT: GRIND, A Tribute to Alice in Chains, along with CORE, A Tribute to Stone Temple Pilots!   Doors: 7:00pm | Show: 8:00pm | 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.Grind, A Tribute to Alice in Chains continue to earn international support through their chilling resemblance musically and visually to the classic and tragic original lineup. Formed in Lexington, South Carolina by singer Gary Allen in 2010, their mission is solely to pay tribute to the late Layne Staley, Mike Starr and the memory of Gary's own departed son, Aaron.
Grind have headlined at the world famous Club La Vela Panama City Beach, Multiple House of Blues locations, Suck Bang Blow – Myrtle Beach and performed across the nation on InkLifeTour.com. In addition to Las Vegas, Grind made their Sunset Strip debut in 2013, headlining the world famous Viper Room in Hollywood and have already traveled to Hunduras to appear. Performing all the hits and several B sides, a recent review stated “Grind is a great surrogacy for fans that miss Layne or never had the pleasure of experiencing him live. A must see.”Opening for Grind is Core – in memory of Scott Weiland and in tribute to Stone Temple Pilots. Don't miss out on these two phenomenal acts as they take on our Mainstage for the first time!LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTISTS:GRIND: Facebook | ReverbNationCORE: Facebook
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23 February 2019
Snake Blood Remedy
No Cover
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlySnake Blood Remedy is a traditional country music band in the style of classic artists such as Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams and Jimmy Rodgers. Lead by front man and singer/songwriter J.D. Cook, Snake Blood Remedy is reminiscent of a classic era of American music long gone but not forgotten. With a “high lonesome” vocal styling accompanied by “old time” fiddle and banjo, this band keeps the spirit of the working class through traditional American storytelling music.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:SNAKE BLOOD REMEDY: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube
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23 February 2019
Old Time Jam
FEE: $0
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Invitational, all ages and all skill levels welcome
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23 February 2019
BachaKiz Passion
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Bachata and Kizomba Workshops 1:30-7:30 pm (choose the workshops that fit your needs)Social Dancing 10 pm- 1 amBACHATA: Mario and Jeannette are a professional Sensual Bachata couple who have performed and taught workshops in congresses around the world such as ADC LA and Miami, Orlando Salsa Congress, Tampa Salsa and Bachata Festival, Miami Salsa Congress, New Orleans Salsa and Bachata Festival, etc. They specialize in teaching Sensual Bachata connection and technique as well as lady styling.KIZOMBA: Davidson from Kizflo is our Kizomba specialists. Kizflo is a Dance company focused on educating and promoting awareness of Kizomba, Kompa and Bachata. Shani and Davidson come to Tallahassee every 3 months to get our dancers trained and comfortable with kizomba.
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23 February 2019
Frank & Allie
FEE: $5
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Frank and Allie Lee (Bryson City, NC) are a harmony-powered old time duo. Their April 2018 release, Roll On, Clouds, showcases their favorite songs from over two years of performing together. These pieces range from blues tradition (Somebody On Your Bond, Roll and Tumble) to bluegrass classics (Standing on a Mountain, Cabin on a Hill), yet remain rooted in the old time aesthetic. Franks nylon string fretless banjo is the dominant instrument, with guitar, slide guitar, and Allies banjo and harmonica adding to the musical texture.Frank and Allie, core duo of longstanding string band The Freight Hoppers, have traveled extensively as touring musicians. Frank, a founding member of The Freight Hoppers, has impressed audiences all over the United States, Canada, and northern Europe with his signature clawhammer sound. Allie is a founding member of The Whipstitch Sallies, a band from Indiana that toured in the Midwest, North Carolina, Colorado, and Hawaii. Together, the pair is a powerhouse duo with appearances planned across the country, and they toured France for two weeks in May 2018.In addition to performing, Frank and Allie screen print music-themed t-shirts, available on their website. They also organize an old time music retreat in the Great Smoky Mountains in the spring called the Banjo-Fiddle Frolic.Roll On, Clouds is available at www.frankandallie.com, as well as CD Baby, iTunes, & Spotify.$5 coverone drink minimumall ages
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23 February 2019
Tom & The Cats With ElI
GA ADV WEB 10.00
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Tom And The Cats With Eli
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24 February 2019
Tom Rush
Tickets: $150
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His distinctive guitar style, wry humor and warm, expressive voice have made him both a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. Tom Rush is a gifted musician and performer whose shows offer a musical celebration…a journey into the tradition and spectrum of what music has been, can be, and will become. His shows are filled with terrific story-telling, the sweet melancholy of ballads and the passion of gritty blues. 
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24 February 2019
The Tallahassee Youth Orchestras with Guest Artist Howard Levy
Tickets are available in advance and at the door and are $10 for Adults, $5 for Children, and free for FSU Students and children under 2 who will not occupy a seat.
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The Tallahassee Youth Orchestras present our annual guest artist concert featuring harmonica artist Howard Levy with the TYO's Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are available in advance and at the door and are $10 for Adults, $5 for Children, and free for FSU Students and children under 2 who will not occupy a seat.
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24 February 2019
Yoga Sundays
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Life is busy. You do so much for everyone else. You deserve a little Self-care Sunday...just for you! Join yoga instructor Christine White for an hour of YOU time. Suitable for all levels and abilities -- from brand-newbies to veteran yogis and everyone in between -- this class will heal your mind, body and spirit with a focus on relaxation, flexibility, balance and strength. Come solo or bring a friend for extra fun. And the fun doesn't end when you roll up your yoga mat. Hang around after class for some social healing too! The Junction will have a special yoga-inspired cocktail available for purchase (in addition to full bar and non-alcoholic offerings). Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable activewear. Most Sundays at The Junction -- check dates for details. Limited space available; guarantee your spot with advance registration.
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24 February 2019
Ryan Montbleau with Thousand Dollar Hen
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Ryan Montbleau performs solo at The Junction at Monroe along with support from locals Thousand Dollar Hen!
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25 February 2019
Guest Artist Recital - Ann DuHamel, piano
Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see http://www.music.fsu.edu/Concerts-and-Events for information about the College of Music venues.
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Praised for the “…grace and sensitivity” of her playing as well as her enthusiastic teaching, pianist Ann DuHamel serves as Head of Keyboard Studies at the University of Minnesota, Morris, as well as President-Elect of the Minnesota Music Teachers Association. An ardent proponent of modern music, she enjoys working with and commissioning contemporary composers, and this past season she premiered works of Marc Chan, Luke Dahn, Joseph Dangerfield, Jake Endres, and Edie Hill. In the spring of 2018 she performed across the state for the premiere of Linda Kachelmeier's song cycle featuring the poetry of Athena Kildegaard, funded by the Minnesota State Arts Board.Ann's playing and teaching has been described as “… a delight for the ears and the soul.” A versatile artist, her recent engagements include the Bach D minor keyboard concerto; other award-winning concerto repertoire ranges from Mozart to Schnittke. She has collaborated with several musicians, including Maria Jette, soprano; Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano; Stephen Swanson, baritone; Preston Duncan, saxophone; and Martha Councell, flute. Past performances include venues in twelve countries and over twenty states, including two appearances in Carnegie Weill Recital Hall. Ann earned a DMA from the University of Iowa under the tutelage of Ksenia Nosikova. Prior to her doctoral studies, she was Assistant Director to Paul Wirth at the Central MN Music School. She is delighted to be returning to Source Song Festival for the fifth year.
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25 February 2019
Guest Artist Recital- Steve Cohen, clarinet
Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see http://www.music.fsu.edu/Concerts-and-Events for information about the College of Music venues.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST Steven Cohen is Coordinator of the Winds and Percussion program at Northwestern's Bienen School of Music. Active as both a soloist and chamber performer throughout the U.S. and around the world, Cohen is the former principal clarinet and frequent soloist with the New Orleans Symphony, later known as the Louisiana Philharmonic. Cohen joined the New Orleans Symphony in 1975 and remained as principal clarinet with its successor, the Louisiana Philharmonic, through May 2004. He was featured as concerto soloist with that orchestra many times and has also been featured as concerto soloist at the Brevard Music Center, where he has played and continues to play principal clarinet each summer since 1979.  In the summer of 2016 he was featured as soloist in John Adams' Gnarly Buttons at the Brevard Music Center. In the summer of 2010, he was featured as soloist on the Copland Clarinet Concerto with Keith Lockhart and the Brevard Music Center Orchestra. He has toured in the U.S. as principal clarinet with the Texas Opera Theater and throughout Europe as principal clarinet with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. He returned to Korea to be a guest artist and master class clinician at the Seoul Philharmonic's Clarinet Festival in 1998.Cohen maintains an active yearly solo, chamber music, and master class schedule and has performed solo recitals and master classes throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Korea, China, Taiwan, Bangkok and Japan. He performed at the ICA conventions in several cities, including in Porto, Portugal in August of 2009 and was guest artist and teacher at the International Music Course in Guimaraes, Portugal, returning in September of 2011.Moving to Chicago in 2005 to become clarinet professor and coordinator of the winds, brass and percussion at Northwestern University, he plays as principal clarinet with the Music of the Baroque orchestra and has played on numerous occasions with the Chicago Symphony, including on Eb clarinet. He has also played with the Chicago Lyric Opera orchestra and as a chamber musician throughout the Chicago area and beyond. His many collaborations include the Lincoln Quartet, the Miro Quartet, the Dempster St. Pro Musica and the Chicago Chamber Musicians. He performed in February 2015 as guest soloist with the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra in North Carolina and also was recently in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan with a tour of master classes and recitals in the fall of 2014.Cohen has guest taught at the Oberlin Conservatory, University of Southern California, and Indiana University. Previously on the faculty of the Cincinnati College-Conservatory and Louisiana State University, he is an artist/clinician for Buffet clarinets and a Legere reed artist.  For 2015-16 he was also Visiting Professor of Clarinet at the University of Texas at Austin in addition to his Northwestern duties and has performed most recently with the Miro Quartet on their series there. He hosted the 2001 International Clarinet Association Convention in New Orleans and has written many articles for the magazine for this organization. New York City born to a Juilliard trained clarinetist, his teachers have included, Loren Kitt, Larry McDonald, Karl Leister and Robert Marcellus.
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25 February 2019
Lost Mondays: Traditional Blues with Belmont & Jones
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Lost Mondays with Belmont & Jones Traditional Blues Country blues and other delights from the early days of recorded music ... Every Monday at Blue Tavern $2 for musicians; tips appreciated.$2
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26 February 2019
Housewright Guest Artist Masterclasses - David Russel, guitar
Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see http://www.music.fsu.edu/Concerts-and-Events for information about the College of Music venues.
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ABOUT THE ARTISTClassical guitarist David Russell is world renowned for his superb musicianship and inspired artistry, having earned the highest praise from audiences and critics alike. In recognition of his great talent and his international career, he was named a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Music in London in 1997.Russell spends his time touring the world, appearing regularly at prestigious halls in main cities, such as New York, London, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Madrid, Toronto or Rome. Concert-goers everywhere are in awe of his musical genius and inspired by his captivating stage presence. His love of his craft resonates through his flawless and seemingly effortless performance. The attention to detail and provocative lyrical phrasing suggest an innate understanding of what each individual composer was working to achieve, bringing to each piece a sense of adventure.
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26 February 2019
$2 Tuesdays
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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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26 February 2019
Roda Vibe with As Saudades
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Brazilian ensembleplaying traditional and modern choro musicone drink minimumall ages
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27 February 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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27 February 2019
University Wind Orchestra
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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, February 27, 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.This performance is free and open to the public.
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27 February 2019
Latin Dance Wednesday
$5 cover
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The master DJ Rudy Max brings the best of Latin dance music to the best dance floor in Tallahassee. Dance to Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, and more. Only $5 cover.
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27 February 2019
Crossroad Bluegrass with Jim Crozier in the Lab
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Eddie and the band will be presenting original material on this occasion.
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