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12 April 2019
Will Thompson Music
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Doors: 8pm | Music: 9 – 10:45pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyWill Thompson is a singer/songwriter/musician/producer living in Panama City, FL. As a fifth generation musician who grew up surrounded by walls of instruments and family members to teach him how to play them, it would seem to be a givenn that Will Thompson would play music for the rest of his life. And while that has proven to be the case, every path has it's unexpected turns.At 18 years old, Will sold everything he owned and took out a loan to buy recording equipment to fully realize the music he had been writing on his guitar. Locking himself away for months at a time he honed his skills as a producer, songwriter, singer. By the time Will got everything he wanted in the form of a record contract from his all time musical idol, he walked away from it all feeling like he wasn't making the music he wanted to.After being haunted by the love he tried to leave behind, he knew it was time to return to his lifelong family calling in writing and recording songs. In 2015, Will Thompson recorded and released his new album 'Turn it Up', a mix of rock country anthems that showcases stadium-ready songwriting and soulful production at every turn. As for Will there's no looking back as he prepares to play shows and write for himself and other artists. He carries his family tradition forward and puts what's in his blood into every song.Learn More About the Artist:WILL THOMPSON: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube
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11 April 2019
Big Poppa & The Shuffle Brothers
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11 April 2019
Karaoke Night
No cover charge
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Hit us with your best shot!
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11 April 2019
Campus Orchestra and Campus Band
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The FSU College of Music is pleased to present the FSU Campus Band and FSU Campus Orchestra on Thursday, April 11th at 7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall. Directed and conducted by College of Music graduate students, the Campus Band and Orchestras are ensemble opportunities open to both music and nonmusic majors at the Florida State University.
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11 April 2019
Gina Chavez
$35, $17
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latin pop, pop, singer-songwriter

Gina Chavez is blending the sounds of the Americas with tension and grace. A multiethnic Latin pop songstress, Chavez is a nine-time Austin Music Award winner – including 2015 Musician of the Year and Album of the Year for her release, Up.Rooted. Her independent album topped the Amazon and Latin iTunes charts following a national feature on NPR's All Things Considered, and has been hailed by The Boston Globe, USA Today, Texas Monthly and the Austin Chronicle. Her band's Tiny Desk concert made NPR's top 15 of 2015.Chavez's passionate collection of bilingual songs takes audiences on a journey through the Americas. Her Spanish-language anthem, “Siete-D,” which took home the Grand Prize in the 2014 John Lennon Songwriting Contest, tells the story of her experience volunteering in a gang-dominated suburb of San Salvador where she and her partner founded Niñas Arriba, a college fund for young Latinas. The fund celebrated its first two college graduates in 2016. Gina and her band have performed in eight countries, touring as cultural ambassadors with the U.S. State Department.Previous Event Next Event
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11 April 2019
SportsAbility
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SportsAbility promotes the quality of life for people of all abilities. This annual festival is a celebration of life that features a resource expo with music, art, dance and other sports and leisure activities and clinics. The FDOA and all its partners bring SportsAbility to you free for participants, families and friends! Everyone is invited. Details:Thursday, April 11, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. SEMINOLE SHOWDOWN at the Miracle Field at Messer Park with a performance by Seminole Sound! Musicians interact with the participants after performing.Friday, April 12, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the TCC Lifetime Sports Complex. Indoor activities involving fitness, music, art and dance! Includes a dance performance by Pyramid Studios own Pyramid Dancers and music by The Electric People and Gretchen Everhart Chorus.Saturday, April 13, from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park. Featuring live music entertainment, food and fun! (Transportation is available from CK Steele Plaza.)Each day of this event promotes healthy living through recreation with a major focus on the arts. The program welcomes people of all ages and all abilities including families and friends. Professionals, providers, students, disability advocates and the community are also invited and encouraged to participate in this valuable opportunity.
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11 April 2019
Eighth Anniversary of Food Truck Thursday with Frank Jones Band
Free Admission
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Join us for live music by Frank Jones Band and enjoy a great meal at  Food Truck Thursday! Food Truck Thursday is a free weekly event at the Shops at Lake Ella. Food served from 5:30-8:30 and the music is from 6:30-8:30. Please patronize the food trucks to help keep this event going. The food trucks sponsor the band and provide the budget for grounds keeping and security at the event. Kid friendly and dog friendly too! (leashes please)About the Band:
A dance driven Soul and Blues band made up of some of Tallahassee's finest musicians.
https://www.facebook.com/FrankJonesBand/
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11 April 2019
A Conversation with Rolling Loud Co-Founder Tariq Cherif
This event is free and open to the public. RSVP HERE – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/for-the-students-presents-a-conversation-with-rolling-loud-co-founder-tariq-cherif-tickets-58539731914
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An in-depth conversation featuring Rolling Loud Music Festival co-founder Tariq Cherif at Florida State University.
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10 April 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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10 April 2019
Night of the Arts; Exhibit and Live Music
Free (RSVP) with food and drinks available for purchase.
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Join us at our monthly 'Night of the Arts' event featuring local Tallahassee talent!We are hosting an art exhibit and reception featuring local artists, live music, delicious food, and drinks! We have partnered with VENVI ART Gallery and will be featuring local paintings displayed throughout the space while guests enjoy drinks, light appetizers, and live music.Exhibit Artists: Christina Klein, Dan Taylor, Brinda Pamulapati & more
Live music by: Madison AveryGeneral Admission: Free (RSVP) with food and drinks available for purchase.VIP Experience Package:
$25 per person, includes 3 passed appetizers, a chef's pasta station, and 2 drinks in the VIP area, reserved seating.Parking: Street parking is available, ride-share and carpooling is recommended.(Four Points Parking lot will be full from hotel guest parking)Tickets
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10 April 2019
Tallahassee Writes & Speaks
FEE: $0
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10 April 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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10 April 2019
Jim Crozier and Mary Z Cox with Brian & Jennifer Hill
no cover, tipping encouraged
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mountain music gone coastal – with some new songs from Mary Z's latest CD.
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10 April 2019
Mitski
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Tickets Go On Sale
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10 April 2019
D.B. Rouse
FEE: $2
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dbrouse.comAn Americana musician from Milwaukee, D.B. and his guitar, Meal-Ticket, have worked as a lounge singer on a cruise ship, a singing ranch hand near Austin, TX, and as a hobo musician for the Grand Canyon Railway, all the while writing and refining his original songs and performances. He is an entertainer, a poet, and a published novelist. He is currently sponsored by Kazoobie Kazoos.
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9 April 2019
Florida Society Youth Orchestra Program (FSYO)
$75.00 One-Time Registration (Non-Refundable)
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The Florida Society Youth Orchestras program (FSYO) is an outreach of Javacya Arts Conservatory, which has provided quality music in Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, but primarily in the Tallahassee area for over 30 years. This new subsidiary, FSYO, is designed especially for beginning students with little to no previous musical experience, preschool through high school.Instruction is available for strings, winds, brass and percussion. Students participate in weekly workshop style classes, recitals, outreach performances, as well as monthly master classes, lectures, and group classes which are presented by renowned faculty-artists from the States and abroad, plus local graduate students.
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9 April 2019
Violin, Viola, and Cello Lessons
Lessons are scheduled individually by each instructor.
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Our mission is to cultivate in young people an appreciation for and achievement in music, nurture positive character development, and bridge cultural divisions through the common language of music.Our Music Education Curriculum:
Private lessons on violin, viola, & cello
Performance Opportunities, Masterclasses & All-State Preparation Workshops
Group lessons for technique, performance, & chamber musicVision/Core Values
Provide high quality instruction on violin, viola, and cello at the central location of St. John's Episcopal Church
Develop the character of the whole child (including leadership, focus, determination, reliability, responsibility)
Bring together students of different backgrounds through the study and performance of music
Cultivate a lifelong appreciation of musicVisit our website here: www.tallahasseebachparley.org/stringacademy
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9 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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9 April 2019
Concert Band
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The Concert Band is devoted to the rehearsal, study, and performance of important band literature. This ensemble is open to all students with interest and experience, by audition, and is conducted by David Plack in the Spring Semester.
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9 April 2019
The Music Of Cream
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General Admission $20
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9 April 2019
Songwriters in the Round:: Lindamood, Goddard & Thomas
FEE: $5
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Craig Hardin hostsThis month's songwriters:Frank LindamoodDanny GoddardKim Thomas
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9 April 2019
Men's and Women's Glee Performance
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Dr. André Thomas is the conductor of The Collegians, FSU Men's Glee Club, which is open to students enrolled in the University. Public concerts are presented throughout the year, including off-campus performances. Students will expand their experiences as they perform a variety of literature, from school songs to classical choral literature. No audition required.The FSU Women's Glee Club long and rich tradition is being continued by Dr. Judy Arthur. This university ensemble is open to all students and performs concerts throughout the year, including off-campus performances. No audition required.
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9 April 2019
Songwriters in the Round
FEE: $5
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Craig Hardin hostsThis month's songwriters:Frank LindamoodDanny GoddardKim Thomas
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