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28 February 2020
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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27 February 2020
Steve Solomon's, My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy!
$40
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comedy

A native of Brooklyn, Steve grew up in the multi-ethnic neighborhood of Sheepshead Bay, where he learned early on how to use his gift for imitating accents to his advantage. At age 55, he left his academic career behind and ventured into the business world. After   a noble effort, a severe economic and emotional downturn, and his back to the wall, Steve turned his attention to his latent love of making people laugh. He created his first show, the three-time, award-winning My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy! The show has been met with rave reviews to sold-out crowds throughout the country and overseas and has become one of the longest running one-man comedy shows in history.Previous Event Next Event
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27 February 2020
Michigan Rattlers w/ Brent Cowles and Sweet & Greasy
$12 cover at the door (add $2 under 21)
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Cow Haus Presents: Los Angeles's MICHIGAN RATTLERS bring their Midwest blend of folk rock, Americana, and alt country for their first show in Tallahassee. In support of their debut album "Evergreen" this show will make for a night of amazing music! With support from Denver's BRENT COWLES and locals SWEET & GREASY and band tba!
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27 February 2020
Coastal Highway at Food Truck Thursday
Free Admission
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Live music by Coastal Highway, great food & drink, and a great atmosphere. Don't miss it!Coastal Highway is a North Florida band playing the rock, country, blues, and roots mix genre that is so popular in this neck of the woods.
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26 February 2020
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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24 February 2020
February Classical Revolution at Ology Brewing
Free Admission
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Come out to enjoy a free classical  chamber music concert hosted by Classical Revolution – Tallahassee and Ology Brewing Company!The event starts at 8PM, but feel free to come and go as you want and enjoy the beer, food, and fun. A variety of chamber music will be provided by local Florida State University students.
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23 February 2020
5 O'Clock Sundays: Keal Franklin
No cover charge
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This week we have Keal Franklin. Join us Sunday afternoons at 5pm for live music in the bar followed by karaoke at 7:30. No cover charge.
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23 February 2020
Field Day Music Festival
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Bands, beer garden, food trucks + family-friendly games. Have a field day with us to benefit the Judy Field Memorial Foundation.Bring your blanket and chairs to the perfect spot and listen to bands like Shinyribs, The Currys, and local talent, Revival, or purchase tickets to the VIP tent, which includes a full dinner, bar and covered seating areas!If you're in the mood for a quick bite, walk around the different varieties of our food trucks and finish off your feast with a beer from the Beer Garden, featuring local Lake Tribe Brewing.Join in the field games such as giant Jenga and cornhole or capture the perfect photo in the Gypsy Belle Photo Bus. Whatever activities you participate in, it will be a memorable event at Field Day raising money and awareness for the Judy Field Memorial Foundation fighting Pancreatic Cancer in Tallahassee and beyond!
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23 February 2020
Joe Capo - In Concert
Admission is $15 per person
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Joe Capo makes his home in Atlanta Georgia and has been playing guitar since the age of 11. He has performed throughout the East Coast as a solo artist and with various local, regional and national acts.As a solo acoustic guitarist, his style has been labeled “acoustic parlor guitar,” blending elements of blues, jazz and new age into his original arrangements of popular tunes, as well as his original compositions. Joe's eclectic, concert level performances are suitable for critical listening and ideal for intimate listening rooms such as Cat Pointe Music. We are thrilled to welcome Joe Capo to Cat Pointe and the Forgotten Coast! Don't miss Joe Capo – In Concert at Cat Pointe Music, Sunday, February 23rd at 3:00 pm and don't forget to BYOB!
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23 February 2020
February Didgeridoo Workshop
Make your Own Didgeridoo: General Admission: $50 (includes Admission to Instructional Workshop)
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Make Your Own Didgeridoo:
An excellent opportunity to create your own didgeridoo and/or make one as a gift for a friend and loved one! This immersive, interactive, fun and educational workshop will teach you how to make, play and understand the cultural context of the didgeridoo. Fun for all ages (with adult supervision)! Registration to the make-your-own didgeridoo workshop gives you entrance to the didgeridoo instructional class as well. All materials provided on-site to make your own Didgeridoo.Make Your Own Didgeridoo Details:
Date: February 23
Time: 12:30 am – 4:30 pm
General Admission: $50 (includes Admission to Instructional Workshop)Didgeridoo Instructional Workshop:
The didgeridoo is one of the world's oldest instruments that has been used for ceremony, storytelling, and healing for over 60,000 years. This workshop is designed for novice to more advanced players. Learn how to practice and master circular breathing, how to play traditional and contemporary techniques, as well as how to apply didgeridoo for sound healing applications. Bring your own didgeridoo, or one will be provided.Didgeridoo Instructional Workshop Details:
Date: February 23
Time: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
General Admission: $10 (Free if you register for “Make Your Own”)Facilitator Bio:
Ramin Yazdanpanah, Ph.D., is an educator of language, music, and culture. Ramin has facilitated workshops and played concerts nationally and internationally, using the didgeridoo to educate, entertain and elevate audiences. A player and maker of didgeridoos for over 20 years, Ramin will guide the novice and experienced didgeridoo player to explore new aspects of themselves and the instrument.Philosophy:
The didgeridoo, also known to the Aboriginal people of Australia as the yidaki, is one of the world's oldest instruments, used to channel the sound vibrations of the Earth, nature, and the cosmos. I deeply believe the application of these sacred sounds and vibrations can open us up for alignment to life force flow. Time and time again, I have experienced the positive effects that sound healing brings. My path is to share the medicine of sound with you so that you can apply it to your own path of personal development. Restoring ourselves enables us to bring greater love and light into all we do, and to realize our highest potential. As the great sage, Mohandas Gandhi taught, “Be the change that you want to see in the world”.
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23 February 2020
30th Anniversary Concert
Tickets for the concert are $10 for Adults, $5 for children and free to FSU students with current student ID
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Our Anniversary Concert will feature members of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra playing alongside our TYO Symphony. We will also have students from Thomasville's Rose City Strings Project playing together with our Chamber Orchestra and Intermezzo Strings. While you wait for the doors of Ruby Diamond to open, don't miss our Silent Auction in the lobby! The funds raised go toward our TYO Scholarship Program.
It's going to be an exciting afternoon!
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23 February 2020
Sunday Night Service Karaoke
No cover charge
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By popular demand! Tallahassee's favorite karaoke spot is open every Sunday at 7:30pm. Same Dine-In wireless format and friendly atmosphere. As always, no cover and no drink minimum.
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22 February 2020
Phlox CD release show
Tuesday Supper Club, Cool Now & Winded #5 over 21, $7 under 21 Event Website ♫
22 February 2020
Honey Hounds
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In 2012, Izzard was a college dropout living in Orlando, pursuing music full time. The release of the debut single “Hole in One” solidified him as an authentic indie-blues artist, earning a loyal underground following. He continued to study the roots of blues and soul music, reinventing his style and reemerging as N.W. Izzard.In 2015, N.W. reconnected with hometown friend Tyler Watts, who was on the tail end of producing an adventure travel documentary, where Izzard was a featured artist on the soundtrack. Sharing a common vision, they began exchanging original songs and ideas while listening to their favorite blues records. In a few days time, songs like Howlin' Out, Sun's Gonna Shine and Down to Ride were born. Izzard introduced Watts to the art of busking, performing in the streets of North Central Florida before moving aboard Tyler's 46' sailboat and relocating to the Florida Keys. The duo spent the remainder of 2015 writing songs, playing the streets and refining their sound.During that time, another childhood friend, Nathan Ranew, saw the N.W. Izzard duo performing at a music festival and convinced the boys to move to Jax Beach, where there was more opportunities for original music. In 2016, they “hit the ground running” earning residencies at Lynch's Irish Pub and other local venues, playing memorable performances at the infamous Freebird Live and continuing to build their cult-like following. Upon the release of their debut album “No Sleep”, the band was evolving from a 2 piece into a power trio as Nate transitioned from manger to bass player, and from local stand outs to regional touring artists. The new addition brought forward a new sound and subsequently a new name, The Honey Hounds were born.Following the 2017 release of their EP “Midnight Magic”, the Honey Hounds continue to reenergize western music, embodying the rock n roll lifestyle while embracing the roots of soul and funk. Balancing between righteousness and the mysticism that surrounds the blues culture, they've come to represent the resurgence of a genre and the voice of a generation.Currently the boys are touring and playing festivals though out the U.S. and preparing to record their next album.Learn More About the Artist:HONEY HOUNDS: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify
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22 February 2020
Tom & the Cats and Eli
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Tom & the Cats and Eli
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22 February 2020
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22 February 2020
Art From A Different Perspective
Free event- no tickets required.
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This free family-friendly event will feature vendors, booths, activities, and performances by community groups and local artists. It is open and accessible for all members of our community.We hope our community comes out to support this event. Attendees and supporters of Gretchen Everhart, invite all differently-abled children and adults, along with their families. This event will have something for everyone.There is parking in Kleman Plaza Parking Garage, with ADA accessible elevators to Kleman Plaza. ADA accessible bathrooms will be available under Plaza Towers, TCC Center for Innovation and Challenger Learning Center. We will have earplugs, a quiet room and food trucks available.We are intentional about the artists and vendors featured at this event.
There is added emphasis on the selection of the following:
• Artists and vendors who are differently-abled
• Exhibits that are interactive or have an element of participation, or an activity
• Utilize additional senses, not just sight, but touch, sound, taste and smell.
• Learning opportunities for members of our community to have an experience with a sense removed- from headphones to eye covers, and more.
• Vendors and businesses that offer additional services of benefit to the differently-abled community, from modifications, aids, and assistive technologies.
• Creativity, compassion, and enthusiasm.
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21 February 2020
Flipturn
Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers, Boys Who Cry, Dorms
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doors @ 8:00pm, $10 advance tickets at eventbrite.com, Retrofit Records, Midtown Pies, Big Chiefs Smoke Shop, and The Wilbury
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21 February 2020
Maddy Walsh & the Blind Spots
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Doors: 7 pm | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyMaddy Walsh & The Blind Spots, an original moxy rock band steered by magnetic songstress and force of nature Maddy Walsh, recently celebrated the release of its fourth studio album, Talk, which they have been actively touring the country in support of. The new album brings forth a wide range of emotions and a matured grasp of songwriting, paired, as always, with the band's signature high-energy performances and incessant penchant for FUN. MW&TBS is also known for its sparkly aesthetic, from Walsh's signature sequins and white go-go boots to the Blind Spots' Thrift Shop (a big rack of wild re-purposed / secondhand clothing with the band's logo printed on) to their collection of music videos created to accompany songs on all four albums. Their current equipment trailer, stenciled with human hearts, has a giant dent in the back with quite a storyMW&TBS has shared festival and event bills with the likes of Lake Street Dive, Silversun Pickups, Valerie June, Rubblebucket, Jukebox the Ghost, Amy Helm, Donna the Buffalo, Sharon Jones (rest her soul), The Punch Brothers, Steve Earle, Anders Osborne, Blues Traveler, Eddie Money, and Rusted Root, among others, and with the recent addition of two new, very talented musicians, they continue to show exponential growth, as they expand their touring radius, gaining new fans and momentum with each electrifying live performance.MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Website   |   Instagram   |   Facebook   |   Twitter   |   Bandcamp   |   Soundcloud   |   ReverbNation
Find them on Spotify, iTunes, & Pandora, too!  
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21 February 2020
Rachel Barton Pine, Arts-in-the-Heart Concert Series
$35-$45 General Admission
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About this Event2019-20 ARTS-IN-THE-HEART CONCERT SERIES AT ST. PETER'SFEBRUARY 21, 2020 VIOLINIST RACHEL BARTON PINEJAVACYA ELITE CHAMBER ORCHESTRATALLAHASSEE, FLMr. Ralph Jean-Paul, conductor Dr. Julian White, guest conductor-in-residenceSaint-Georges: Concerto in A Major, Op. 5, No. 2 George Walker: Lyric for StringsConcert features Pine's classical favorites, sacred music, and contemporary works with pianist Matthew Hagle and the orchestra._______________________________________________________________________________
Rachel Barton Pine VIOLIN
An exciting, boundary-defying performer. Pine displays power and confidence that puts her in the top echelon. – The Washington PostA leading interpreter of the great classical masterworks, violinist Rachel Barton Pine thrills audiences with her dazzling technique, lustrous tone, and emotional honesty. With an infectious joy in music-making and a passion for connecting historical research to performance, Pine transforms audiences' experiences of classical music.Galvanized by the fact that young people learning classical music seldom have the opportunity to study and perform music written by Black composers, in October Pine's RBP Foundation releases Music by Black Composers (MBC) Violin Volume I, the first book in its groundbreaking series of books of music exclusively by global Black classical composers which cover each orchestral instrument. Her October album Blues Dialogues: Violin Works by Black Composers(Cedille) also features classical music by Black composers.Pine's past chart-topping albums include Mozart: Complete Violin Concerto, Sinfonia Concertante with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner conducting; Testament: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by Johann Sebastian Bach; Bel Canto Paganini, and Elgar & Bruch Violin Concertos with the BBC Symphony, Maestro Andrew Litton conducting.Pine has appeared as soloist with many of the world's most prestigious ensembles, including the Chicago and Vienna Symphonies, Philadelphia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, Camerata Salzburg.She performs on the “ex-Bazzini ex-Soldat” Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu (Cremona 1742)
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21 February 2020
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
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21 February 2020
Coastal Highway at Pockets
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Live music by Coastal Highway, great food & drink, and a great atmosphere. Don't miss it!Coastal Highway is a North Florida band playing the rock, country, blues, and roots mix genre that is so popular in this neck of the woods.
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21 February 2020
Slow Low Crow with Therese Gagliano
$10.00, $16.00
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A double header night of music with the Red Hills Roots-Rock of the Electric-Americana group Slow Low Crow with special guest singer/songwriter Therese Gagliano
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