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27 April 2019
Rosanne Cash, She Remembers Everything
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She Remembers Everything, Rosanne Cash's highly anticipated follow up to her triple Grammy®-winning masterpiece The River & The Thread, could only have been created by a woman in the fullness of her creative mastery. Both confessional and universal, the material reverberates with an urgency of a woman who owns her story, completely inhabits her voice and who finds herself with more to say when time feels ever shorter. The album, which will be released in October 2018, was produced by John Leventhal, her longtime collaborator and Grammy-winning songwriter and producer, and Tucker Martine, an acclaimed producer for such artists as The Decemberists, My Morning Jacket, Mavis Staples, and Neko Case. Songs from She Remembers Everything, as well as exciting new songs from Norma Rae, the forthcoming musical Cash is writing with Leventhal, will be featured in concert along with essential fan favorites from her deep catalog that her audience has come to cherish and expect.Previous Event
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27 April 2019
Sam Pacetti
FEE: $5
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Guitar wizard / songstersampacetti.com"Enter Sam Pacetti, whose musical stylings and deft fingerpicking have taken the folk music world by storm... his talents and dexterity around the guitar's fretboard have been heralded by critics and fellow musicians alike."Martin BartelsSt. Paul Pioneer Press
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27 April 2019
Spring Flamenco Fiesta
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Join us for the Spring Flamenco Fiesta! The Maharajah Flamenco Trio will be bringing in the spring with their moving and dynamic expression of Flamenco Nuevo (New or “modern” Flamenco), by blending traditional Spanish rhythms with jazz, classical, and world music. The Trio also provides a historical and cultural context of flamenco, and the Romani, or gitano, people whose ancestors left northwest India around 1500 years ago and arrived in Spain in the 1400s. The Maharajah Trio's performance captivates the mind and delights the spirit!The best paella this side of the Atlantic will be provided by Real Paella with vegetarian options available. Real Paella's tempting tastes derive from fresh local ingredients and spices, rice, and oil imported from Spain. The master chef only uses all-natural, never processed products, and only of the very best quality (https://realpaella.com/).
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28 April 2019
Opera Scenes Workshop
Free and open to the public
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Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see 

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28 April 2019
Closed For Private Event
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Closed for private event
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29 April 2019
Lost Mondays with Hepzibah Jones
FEE: $2
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Jones is back to host a night of traditional bluesfeaturing Gin & Razor in the second set!
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30 April 2019
Ben Banks & the Backups
FEE: $2
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Ben sings his own songs, with harmonies by Jan DeCosmo & Ksena Zipperer.
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30 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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30 April 2019
Tallahassee Winds
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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Founded in 1997, the one-hundred member Tallahassee Winds performs four formal concerts during its regular season.  The “season” begins in September and extends to May. The band holds four rehearsals, on Tuesday evenings, plus a dress rehearsal, in preparation for each formal concert.  Guest conductors and soloists are frequently presented.Tallahassee Winds is designed to provide opportunities for advanced level wind and percussion players who live within the Tallahassee area to play quality band literature in formal concert settings.  It is also designed to bring together music educators and adult musicians from the community into one organization where music performance can be achieved in a challenging yet enjoyable format.  Further, Tallahassee Winds hopes to add to the cultural opportunities available to the citizens of Tallahassee and the surrounding areas by providing audiences with programs containing a wide variety of band music that is accessible and enjoyable to hear.
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1 May 2019
Jim Crozier with Kevin Robertson and Bobby Cutts
no cover/tipping encouraged
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Great songs, fantastic pickin', singin' OK, too!
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1 May 2019
Acoustic Open Mic
No cover charge
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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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2 May 2019
Karaoke Night
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Hit us with your best shot!
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3 May 2019
First Friday Sip & Stroll featuring Bay Kings Band
Free Admission
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FREE ADMISSION & FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Kick off your weekend in Downtown Thomasville at our First Friday Sip & Stroll!
Theme: Fiesta Friday
Featured Band: Bay Kings Band
Time: 6-10 pmParticipating shops and restaurants will be open late, and our concert will be held from 8-10 pm at The Ritz Amphitheater (131 South Stevens Street). This gives you time to shop and dine before the concert.The Bay Kings Band will be on stage for the Fiesta! As students of music, studio regulars, and touring sound engineers for high profile bands, The Bay Kings Band started performing together in 2012. These gigs quickly turned into requests to perform at private events and festivals. After perfecting their event planning, expanding their repertoire, and adding members to the band – the rest was history!Don't forget, you'll need an armband in order to stroll the streets with a beer or wine. Armbands are free…just ask for one when you purchase your beer or wine at one of the following places:
AJ Moonspin & Pasta Luna
Billiard Academy
Music Bar at Bloch Piano and Music Center
Chop House on the Bricks
Element Style Bar
Farmer's Daughter Vineyards + Tasting Room
Frida's Mexican Bar and Grill
George and Louie's Restaurant
Hubs and Hops
Liam's Restaurant, Lounge & Cheese Shoppe
Paulie's Brick Oven Pizza
The Plaza Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Relish
So. Ho.
The Sweet and Savory Sisters
Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese Shop
It's a great night to come Downtown and sip, stroll, shop, dine, and listen to some great music. For more information, call (229) 228-7977.
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3 May 2019
Free Open Dress Rehearsal of the TSO
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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Please join us at our FREE open rehearsal for our “Motion & Mood Pictures” concert! You'll enjoy fantastic music and get to observe our conductor DARKO BUTORAC interact with the orchestra. Darko will also speak with attendees during the break.  This is a casual come-and-go environment and all are welcome. (We ask that small children kindly sit at the back of the hall.)
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3 May 2019
Top Shelf Band
No Cover
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Doors: 8pm | Music: 9:30pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyTop Shelf Band is back at Fifth and Thomas on Saturday night! Come get down with one of Tallahassee's best party bands, playing all your favorite hits! Bring your dancing shoes!Learn More About the Artist:TOP SHELF BAND: Official Website | Facebook
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3 May 2019
Rachel Hillman, Little Raine Band w/TBA CFR
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3 May 2019
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
FEE: $0
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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4 May 2019
Tocamos Mas – Album Release Party
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 Doors: 8 PM | Music: 9:30-11:30 PM
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyTocamos Mas is celebrating the release of their debut album 'Tu No Sabes' with us at Fifth & Thomas. The band has been delighting listeners with their take on a variety of traditional Latin music styles that always keep the dance floor moving.Learn More About the Artist:TOCAMOS MAS: Official Website | Facebook
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4 May 2019
7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience
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7 Bridges: The Ultimate EAGLES Experience is a stunningly accurate tribute to the music of The Eagles. 7 Bridges faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert from the band's most prolific period. Every show features one brilliant hit single after another with some Don Henley and Joe Walsh surprises sprinkled into the mix, offering the perfect blend of songs to capture all levels of Eagles devotees.
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4 May 2019
Jordan Miller & Highway Natives
$10.00, $18.00
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Jordan Miller returns to his local roots for a full band show. His Nashville based duo, Highway Natives, formed in early 2018 by two southern songwriters, Jordan Miller (Wakulla County, FL) and Brandon Moore (Lincoln County, Kentucky). Their sound consists of an even blend of Americana, Rock & Roll, and Folk influences. The evening will include songs off Miller's EP “SOUNDS”, a selection of Highway Natives tunes, and some new, unreleased material.
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4 May 2019
Motion & Mood Pictures - TSO Season Finale
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This knockout season finale presents music related to “pictures,” both motion and mood. Bernard Hermann and Erich Korngold were both master film-score composers, and although the latter's Violin Concerto was not specifically written for the cinema, it deeply inhabits the sound world of the silver screen. Holst's iconic The Planets, which he described as “a series of mood pictures,” was born from the composer's fleeting interest in astrology, and has become one of the most oft-performed and beloved orchestral pieces.Featuring violinist, William HagenHermann, Vertigo Suite
Korngold, Violin Concerto, Op. 35
Holst, The Planets, Op. 32Sponsored by: Bank of America & Capital Eurocars
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