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14 June 2019
Frank Jones Band
$10 at the door
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A dance driven Soul and Blues band made up of some of Tallahassee's finest musicians. The group has southern soul vocalist/guitar player, Frank Jones, leading the show with influences ranging from Albert Collins, The Funky Meters, Clarence Carter and Ray Charles. Bringing the beats to the music is legendary Steve Howell on drums accompanied by Kevan McCann and his foot stomping energy and tasty funky bass playing. Last but not least, Clyde Ramsey on harmonica/keyboards as well as vocals; imagine John Lennon and Little Walter had a son. This band has a wonderful array of dance music and never fails to get the booties shaking!
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14 June 2019
Contra Dance
$10 adults, $9 seniors, $6 students. Pay at the door.
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A caller teaches each dance before the music begins and provides prompts, and a live string band plays the tunes. No experience necessary and you don't need to bring a partner. Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes. Newcomers should arrive by 7:15 for the intro lesson.
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14 June 2019
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
FEE: $0
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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14 June 2019
The Brown Goose
Slow Low Crow No Cover
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Doors: 7 pm | Music: 9 – 11:30 pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyThe Brown Goose is a 5 piece act touring out of Tallahassee, FL known for having a melodic alternative/ indie rock sound mixed with a high energy live performance. The Geese have made their marks steadily touring the southeast and beyond over the past 2 years and were featured in the lineups of both SXSW 2018 (Austin, TX) and AthFest 2018 (Athens, GA).What began as an Alternative Country duo formed by J.T. Weir and David Starling, Slow Low Crow became a full-fledged band in January of 2018 after joining forces with local musicians Conor Churchill, Jeff Eckhardt, Donald “D” Krasczyk and finally Connor Bond in November. Their brand of Electric Americana contains elements of the Outlaw Country of the late 60's, the blues-based rock n' roll of the 70's, and the post-grunge roots revival of the 90's.“Awash in authenticity, Slow Low Crow is a rock band for country fans who aren't afraid of a few hard truths.” – Nikki Hedrick, The Destin Beachcomber Learn More About the Artists: THE BROWN GOOSE: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | TwitterSLOW LOW CROW: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
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14 June 2019
Slow Low Crow
Augur Ridge No Cover
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Doors: 7 pm | Music: 9 – 11:30 pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ Only What began as an Alternative Country duo formed by J.T. Weir and David Starling, Slow Low Crow became a full-fledged band in January of 2018 after joining forces with local musicians Conor Churchill, Jeff Eckhardt, Donald “D” Krasczyk and finally Connor Bond in November. Their brand of Electric Americana contains elements of the Outlaw Country of the late 60's, the blues-based rock n' roll of the 70's, and the post-grunge roots revival of the 90's.“Awash in authenticity, Slow Low Crow is a rock band for country fans who aren't afraid of a few hard truths.” – Nikki Hedrick, The Destin Beachcomber Augur Ridge is an Alternative Country/Americana group originated in Tallahassee, FL. What began in the Summer of 2018 as a recording project between frontman, Gavin Powell, and keyboardist, Mason Palanti, quickly became an established musical outfit in the Fall of 2018. The two then brought on the drummer and lead guitarist, Jonathon Hartsfield, and bassist, Ian Lao. Augur is currently working on their debut EP slated for release in Fall of 2019.Learn More About the Artists: SLOW LOW CROW: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | TwitterAUGUR RIDGE: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram
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14 June 2019
Summer Sinfonietta 2019 Opening Concert
Concert is Free and Open to All!
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A note on the Mozart Don Giovanni Overture:On the evening of the 27th (or possibly the 28th), it was mentioned to Mozart that there was no overture [for the Don Giovanni Opera]. He reportedly said “Don't worry. It is here,” pointing to his head. He went to his desk well after midnight and spent the entire evening composing, as his wife helped to keep him awake with punch and poetry readings. There was no time to write a score, so he wrote out the individual parts without one! A copyist had been ordered at 7a.m., and at 7a.m., the overture was finished. The work is virtually the first movement of a symphony and contains no themes from the opera. At the end, the music quietly glides into Leporello's first aria. For the benefit of concert performances, Mozart provided a louder ending in the correct key of D major.A note on the Haydn Symphony no. 104:Haydn's Symphony No. 104 in D major, the “London,” was the last of twelve symphonies he wrote for English audiences, and while there is no evidence that he intended it to be his last, it is a fitting capstone to the symphonic tradition he helped to build. When he was finally freed from his contract with the princely family of Esterházy at the age of 59, Haydn immediately set out for London at the invitation of German violinist and impresario Johann Peter Salomon. Coming from a relative backwater, near what is still a rural area of the Austrian-Hungarian border, Haydn was aware of the international taste of London audiences and “interested in surprising the public with something new.” Now with an orchestra twice the size of his old one at Esterháza, he made good on his promise with the dynamic tomfoolery of the Symphony no. 94, the “Surprise,” which prompted delighted gasps. The response to the oddity of the Symphony no. 95 in C minor, on the other hand, was decidedly unenthusiastic. The “London” Symphony is more monumental, although not without Haydn's characteristic wit, and it more than earned its acclaim.
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14 June 2019
Backstage Pass at The Music Lot: Anthony Peebles sponsored by Southern Supply and Safety
$5 Tickets.
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Backstage Pass is back! We have two concerts left, starting with Anthony Peebles.We don't have a stage, but we do have a great parking lot at the Center for the Arts, so this year, we're going to rename our series Backstage Pass @ The Music Lot.We'll have everyone's favorite things about the event—drinking, tables, live music, and fun!The concerts will begin at 6:30pm, and the Center for the Arts parking lot will open at 5:30pm.The remaining lineup is:
June 14 – Anthony Peebles
June 28 – Reasonable DoubtTickets are $5. Tables are available for purchase at $50. Find more information on the Panama City Center for the Arts website at www.pccenterforthearts.com/backstage-pass.Rain decisions will be made by 4:30 PM on the day of the concert and reschedule dates will be determined and announced should they be necessary.The concerts are made possible by the following organizations: Innovations Federal Credit Union, Hancock-Whitney Bank, Island Junkies, Southern Supply and Downtown Dance.More About Anthony Peebles
Singer/songwriter Anthony Peebles finds inspiration in his life and imagination—from family members to magical places he's traveled or read about. His first instrument was a dulcimer his father built. Then came drums at age 13, and guitar at 16. Having a career in music has always been his dream, and he's been making it a reality for the past few years, touring the country and releasing his debut album earlier this year called “Different Faces.”More about Backstage Pass
Backstage Pass grew out of the Concerts in the Park series begun in 1986, by Florida First Federal and late community leader, Roger Schadd. From 1986 to 2008, free outdoor concerts were held every summer featuring local bands. In order to keep the series going during the recession, Backstage Pass began welcoming guests through the Backstage Door of the Marina Civic Center in 2009, and the first band was “On Call”, led by the late Hulon Crayton. Tickets were $5 (and they still are) and the community embraced it from the first downbeat. We are so grateful to continue this wonderful tradition.
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13 June 2019
Karaoke Night
No cover charge
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Hit us with your best shot!
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12 June 2019
Seussical, Jr.
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Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life onstage in Seussical JR., a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos. Horton must protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, and he must also guard an abandoned egg that's been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird.  Although Horton faces ridicule, danger and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him.  Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant!The Monticello Acting & Dance Co. encourages non-traditional casting. Some showings of Seussical, Jr. are held during the 69th Annual Watermelon Festival in Monticello, Jefferson County, FL. Lots of activities for everyone! Vendors, food, music, Air Dog Show, Butterfly Event, Parade, Beauty Pageants. FUN! FUN! FUN!
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12 June 2019
Clogging Lessons - Beginner
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The Mountain Dew Clogging organization is a family oriented group comprised of people of all ages from all of the counties surrounding Tallahassee.Clogging gives you the opportunity to get out and enjoy a great social activity and get fit at the same time. Your legs will tone up very quickly. Clogging improves flexibility, coordination, endurance and strength. It increases lung capacity, relieves stress, and it's aerobic and burns fat. Clogging is usually danced in lines because there is a better social group feeling when you can see that your new friends are dancing the same routines as you. Some couple and partner routines are taught to keep in touch with the historic Appalachian clogging styles.The instructors teach both the steps and the routines. During classes the instructors cue or call all routines every time they are danced during the learning phase. This means once you know the steps at a given level, you can quickly join in with routines you have never seen.You will find you dance many and varied routines to pretty much all types of music, although country and top 100 current tunes are the most popular.Taps are a double jingle tap ordered from one of our suppliers. The sound of all the taps beating to the music, gets everybody tapping to the rhythms. In clogging the heel tap is used to give a strong regular beat during most steps.Like other worthwhile sporting activities, to progress quickly you may need to practice more than once a week at class. The good news is you can practice anywhere.
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12 June 2019
Jim Crozier with Paul Harvey & Haden Macbeth
no cover/tipping encouraged
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Singer/songwriter night with some great pickin', too.
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12 June 2019
Night of the Arts Concert Feat. Tallahassee Nights Live
General Admission – $20
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Hang out with us on the 2nd Wednesday of every month for a night dedicated to local musicians, artists, and performers. This month we are featuring a live concert performance by Tallahassee Nights Live!Join us at Tallahassee's newest downtown event venue for a concert featuringTallahassee Nights Live!Enjoy an intimate atmosphere with delicious food and drinks available from Bricks & Brass. Seating will be a relaxed lounge style with a full-service bar available for ordering specialty cocktails and a food menu with various appetizer options.Doors Open: 6:30 PMShow Starts at 7:00 PMSeating is first come, first serveFor large parties of 6 or more, reserved tables are available by contacting BricksandBrassPresents@gmail.comTicket Pricing:$20 – General Admission$35 – Admission + Food & Drinks; includes 2 drink vouchers and 2 food options from the menu
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12 June 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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11 June 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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10 June 2019
String Orchestra Beginning Camp (TRAA)
$75/student
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Thomasville Road Academy of the Arts offers a string camp in summer 2019 for beginning string players (violin, viola, cello, bass), ages 6-14. This camp is ideal for students with no experience in string instruments or students with one to two years of string study, who are still working on music reading proficiency. All students are responsible to bring their own instrument and folding stand. Contact the Director for advice on instrument rentals. Enrolled students will focus on string basics, music reading, and beginning string orchestra experience. A typical day will include a brief Bible study on the topic of music and worship, beginning instruction in strings, music reading activities and games, and an orchestra rehearsal. A concert will be given on Friday at 11 am for parents and family to attend, showcasing the string orchestra and chamber groups.
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10 June 2019
Strings, Friends, and Fun
Cost: $125
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Chamber Music WorkshopDates: June 10-14, 2018
9 am to 12 noonViolin, viola, and cello
All ages welcome
Minimum 1 year experience required
Students will learn how to rehearse and perform in small ensembles, explore new repertoire, develop leadership skills, and gain performance experience.Register here For all day fun – visit LeMoyne ArtEducation and add their afternoon camp option for a complete art experience for your kids – their link is here: http://www.lemoyne.org/lemoyne-arts-summer-camp-2018/
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9 June 2019
Coastal Highway at Riverside Cafe
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Coastal Highway brings its rock, country, blues, and roots mix genre that is so popular in this neck of the woods to the Riverside Cafe in St. Marks.
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8 June 2019
Phillip Solomon Stewart & The Palace Band
No Cover
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Doors: 9 pm | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyTHE PALACE BAND officially formed on April 2, 2011 performing at Amen-Ra, now Neferari's in Tallahassee, Florida. Prior to 2011, Phillip formed small combo bands to entertain at events in the city. Under the direction of Phillip Solomon Stewart, The Palace Band has performed at numerous events and shows throughout Florida and as far as Charlotte, North Carolina, including invitations to festivals in Albany, New York.The Palace Band can cover just about any genre; however, it's style of music is Jazz, R&B and Pop with sprinkles of funk and reggae. The first official recordings of the PALACE BAND are on the “PreGame” album which was released on February 1, 2013. Stay tuned, because the best is yet to come!Learn More About the Artist:The Palace Band: Official Website
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8 June 2019
Mandolin Extravaganza
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8 June 2019
Coastal Highway at Riverside Cafe
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Coastal Highway brings its rock, country, blues, and roots mix genre that is so popular in this neck of the woods to the Riverside Cafe in St. Marks.
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8 June 2019
Deanna Squeaky Miller
TICKETS ARE $10 in advance and at the door. There is LIMITED SEATING so please get your tickets, now.
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This is an intimate experience of spiritual soul and jazz music,  the only way Deanna “Squeaky” Miller knows how to perform it! Come enjoy some of your favorite tunes and originals. Get your tickets now because seating is limited!! PURCHASE $10 ADV TICKETS via cash app $Singsqueaky. 
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8 June 2019
Summer Ukulele Class
Cost is $40/month, plus a one-time $40 registration fee- ukulele and music are included! No long-term contracts- students are welcome to decide month-to-month if they want to participate.
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Summer Ukulele Class is a 45-minute weekly class open to students ages 8 to adult (we recommend that students under 12 take the class with a parent or guardian). This fun and low-key class will have you strumming along to your favorite songs in no time- check our monthly song list below to see what we have planned! Perfect for families, couples, or groups of friends to do together. No long-term contracts- students are welcome to decide month-to-month if they want to participate. Cost is $40/month, plus a one-time $40 registration fee- ukulele and music are included!Who: Students ages 8+, no prior experience requiredWhere: Music Lessons Express StudioWhen: Saturdays, 3-3:45pm through June and JulyCost: $40 per month and one-time $40 registration fee per student.Includes: Ukulele, sheet music, weekly group classesSong List: COMING SOON!
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8 June 2019
The Crescent Moon Gala
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The Crescent Moon Gala Welcomes
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