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23 April 2020
Tobacco Rd Band
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyIf you like a little rock in your country, then you're gonna love Tobacco Rd Band!Learn More About the Artist:TOBACCO RD BAND: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | BandsInTown | SoundCloud | Instagram | Twitter
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28 March 2020
Highway 85
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Come out Friday and rock out with us!https://www.facebook.com/highway85/Band Members
David Bowlin – Vocals & Guitar
Stan Cutchen – Vocals & Bass
Jack Roberts – Lead Guitar
Don May – Drums
Darren Schwartz – KeyboardsVoted Best Local Band in Tallahassee in 2016, HWY 85 always gives a performance full of fun, energy, and 80's and 90's hits!
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21 March 2020
The Redshirt Freshmen
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Doors: 8 pm | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 pm
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyThis mega band is a collaboration of some of Tallahassee's strong musical talent!Front man Tony ODonnell (Groove Merchants) brings his unique style and energy to the proceedings and proves there are no boundaries to his comfort zone – it's all on the table. Cory Johnson (Proper Villains) on drums and vocals lays down the backbeat and still amazes audiences with his voice, not even caring that you don't know how good of a guitar, bass and engineer/programmer he is! With her soulful power, Lisa Polombo has been wowing regional audiences for years with her vocals – she hits impossible high notes and her repertoire is unmatched – three lead singers! Bassist Hunter Daws lays down the foundation and has played with too many bands to list (even George Clinton). He is awesome – period. Tristan Shiver (Shiver & the Shakes) on guitar will play scorching leads, perfect licks and his tone is guaranteed to make other players a bit jealous. With Kirk Gavin and Aaron Watson on the horns, it's a wrap! Nothing is cooler than a horn section adding hits, solos and a feel that is unmatched. Dare them to take it to the dance floor – go ahead!!Tallahassee's newest outfit guarantees the most variety you've heard. The Redshirt Freshmen will keep you singing and dancing all night long, so come out and join the fun!Learn More About the Artist:THE REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Facebook
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14 March 2020
Top Shelf Band
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Doors: 8 pm | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 pm
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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13 March 2020
Tobacco Rd Band
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Doors: 7 PM | Music: 9:30 PM – 12 AM
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyIf you like a little rock in your country, then you're gonna love Tobacco Rd Band!Learn More About the Artist:TOBACCO RD BAND: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | BandsInTown | SoundCloud | Instagram | Twitter
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7 March 2020
36 Strong
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Doors: 8 PM   |   Show: 9 PM – 11:30 PM   |   No Cover   |   All Ages36 Strong is a local Tallahassee cover band focusing on many genres of rock from the last five decades.They are:Ed Prasse on lead guitar and vocals; also the 2nd “Ed” of local guitar trio Jim Ed Tim Ed, and by day Leon High School's guitar instructor.Jim Ed Martin, also of Jim Ed Tim Ed, on vocals and guitar.Sean Fassig on drums, and by day Leon High School's steel drums instructor.Mark Horner on bass; returning to the scene after a long hiatus from playing with many local bands.
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29 February 2020
Lucero
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 Mainstage Doors: 7PM   |   Music: 8PMTickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the show. No refunds or exchanges of ticket purchases. This show will be ages 21+ only.PURCHASE TICKETS HEREHard copy tickets will also be available to purchase (without fees) in person at Finnegan's Wake Irish Pub during business hours.  It's been two decades since original members Ben Nichols, Brian Venable, Roy Berry, and John C. Stubblefield (keyboardist Rick Steff joined in 2006) started playing shows in Memphis. The band's first show was April 13, 1998 at a warehouse space across the street from what is now the National Civil Rights Museum, the infamous Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was shot. Their first set was six songs played to about six people. On August 3, 2018, record release day for Among the Ghosts, the band will be co-headlining Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado.The band's ninth studio album, Among the Ghosts, is their first for noted Nashville indie label Thirty Tigers. It was recorded and co-produced with Grammy-winning engineer/producer and Memphis native Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Drive by Truckers) at the historic Sam Phillips Recording Service, the studio built by the legendary producer after outgrowing his Memphis Recording Service/Sun Studio.Recorded primarily live as a five-piece, Among the Ghosts eschews the Stax-inspired horns and Jerry Lee Lewis-style boogie piano featured on some of the band's past recordings for a streamlined rock & roll sound that pays homage to their seminal influences as it seeks to push that legacy into the future. For a band who carried the torch of the alt-country movement back in the 90's and helped pave the way for what is now called Americana, Lucero have re-discovered what inspired them in the first place. The sound is more their own and at the same time not exactly like anything they've done before. This is a band settling into their craft. The 10-song disc's title is both a tribute to the spirits which roam the streets of their fabled city, as well as the hard road the determinedly independent band set out on 20 years ago. The band played around 200 shows per year for many of those 20 years.“It may have taken 20 years, but everything has fallen in place right where it needs to be,” acknowledges Nichols. “There were some dark days in those middle years, but we've learned how to do this and survive. We still write heartbreak songs, but now, with a family at home, it's a whole new kind of heartbreak.” Among the Ghosts lays out that new territory with alacrity, as Lucero shines their Morning Star, burning just as brightly, if not more so, 20 years later. As one of the album's song titles so aptly puts it, “Everything Has Changed”, but one thing hasn't… Lucero's music remains more vital than ever. Learn More About the Artists:LUCERO:
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28 February 2020
Michael Miller Band
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyMichael Miller was born in Paducah, Kentucky and went to school in Knoxville, Tennessee, so country music has been a passion of his for a long time. “The Michael Miller Band” was formed from of group of Christian friends from his home church in Tallahassee, Florida where he attended graduate school.Since its inception, MMB has been performing live shows and country music festivals across the Southeast. Some of those performances include: The Suwannee River Jam, CMA Music Fest, Georgia State Fair, Bainbridge River Town Days, South Shore Music Festival, and Country in the Pines. The band's first EP in 2014 was recorded with Jason Wyatt Productions in Nashville, TN. They love to share the “MMB Sound” with country music fans and provide high quality musicianship; while all along setting a positive example in their personal lives and artistry. The journey continues; come join them on their path!LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:MICHAEL MILLER BAND: Official Website | Facebook
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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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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:
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15 February 2020
Pine Box Dwellers
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyThe Pine Box Dwellers are a musical family of friends from Waycross, GA. With their unique blend of “Swampadelic” Americana the Pine Box Dwellers take you on a free wheeling trip through a distorted fun house of southern rock archetypes that never stray in to parody, thanks to their spot on skill. Frontman Sean Clark”s songs are well crafted stories that the band breaks down and rebuilds with impressive virtuosity.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:Pine Box Dwellers: Official Website | Facebook
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8 February 2020
Jet City
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Come and check out a new up-and-comer in the Tallahassee music scene – Jet City! Expect to be blown away by their phenomenal covers of some of your favorite rock classics.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:JET CITY: Facebook
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7 February 2020
Upside Avenue
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyUpside Avenue is a dynamic, energetic 4 piece band out of Tallahassee, Florida. From Classic Rock to Country, R&B to Soul, 80's Rock to 90's Rock, and from the Jackson 5 to club hits of today, Upside Avenue packs a plethora of genres into all of their performances. The band was formed in the Summer of 2019 around the idea of bringing the “best of other bands” together into one group. Known best for their strong vocals and harmonies, frontmen Aaron Buckman and Cory Johnson have been singing together since 2003. The rhythm section comprised of JC Hannon and Hunter Daws, are about as tight a sound as you could ask for. If this band can't get you up and dancing, no one will.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:UPSIDE AVENUE:  Facebook
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6 February 2020
Shane Smith and the Saints
Once Great Estate $15, $18
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BACKBONE BOOKING AND FIFTH & THOMAS PRESENT: Shane Smith and the Saints w/ Once Great Estate!Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 the day of the show, before tax. No refunds or exchanges of ticket purchases are permitted.Advance tickets will also be on sale with NO FEES at Finnegan's Wake Irish Pub. Tickets can be purchased electronically using any major credit card via Eventbrite by clicking here.Doors: 7PM   |   Music: 8PM   |   Ages 21+ Only
 On the opening track of Shane Smith & the Saints' new Hail Mary LP, “Heaven Knows,” singer and guitarist Shane Smith lays bare the last four years of his band's journey. “We set our sails for deeper seas, heaven knows what we will find,” he sings.Since releasing their last prior album, 2015's Geronimo, the Austin, Texas, five-piece have plunged ever deeper into their adventure as a touring band. Hundreds of shows a year in more than 40 different states and on three different continents, including visits to Ireland and Malaysia, have brought them to the 10 stormy tracks that make up Hail Mary, which will be released June 28th.Now three albums and nearly 10 years into their career, Shane Smith & the Saints are ready to go for broke. “It pretty much summarizes where we are as a band and where I am as an individual after pursuing this for practically the last decade,” Smith says of Hail Mary. “We're a scrappy group of guys and this is more or less one of those moments where we're really trying to put it all out there. We're trying to give it our best shot on this record.”Recorded at the same hometown studio as Geronimo, Matt Noveskey (of Blue October)'s Orb Recording Studio, Hail Mary was produced by Mark Needham (Imagine Dragons, The Killers), marking the first time the band has worked with an outside producer. Inspired by Shane Smith & the Saints' reputation as a high-energy live act with stunning four-part harmonies, Needham focused on capturing that un-doctored chemistry in the studio.“A lot of these songs he had us in there with Shure SM58 microphones, live, in front of each one of the guys. He'd be actually using it for the final song rather than going in and overdubbing every single voice, which is a very rare thing,” says Smith of the sessions, which were largely tracked live in the studio. “That gave us a little more confidence hearing him build us up on that whole thing.”That extra self-assuredness comes through in each of Smith's roaring vocals and in the band's stampeding melodies. From the crunching title track to the slow burn of “Oklahoma City” to the triumphant blaze of glory that is “Parliament Smoke,” Hail Mary crosses the gritty, blue-collar storytelling of Bruce Springsteen with the singsong hooks of Mumford & Sons. Most of all, it's an album with a lot of heart.“I don't like just throwing stuff out there. If I'm going to be singing about something every night, I try to make it personal, make it something I can really relate to,” says Smith, the band's lyricist and primary songwriter. “I like to sing with conviction, an honest conviction.” Having first starting playing music while he attended college in Austin, Smith follows in the footsteps of such Lone Star songsmiths as Ray Wylie Hubbard, Hayes Carll, and Ryan Bingham.A native of Terrell, Texas, about an hour outside of Dallas, Smith first headed to Tyler Junior College in East Texas, where he was part of the tennis program. But he was soon lured to the “Live Music Capital of the World,” where he attended St. Edwards University and soon connected with another group of players, those who now make up the Saints. Today that group includes Bennett Brown on fiddle, Dustin Schaefer on lead guitar, Chase Satterwhite on bass, and Zach Stover on drums.Much like the care that Smith puts into his lyrics, the Saints have been deliberate in crafting their recorded material. Their first album, Coast, was released in 2013, and featured appearances by fellow Texas underdogs Aaron Watson and Ryan Engleman. Two years later came Geronimo, which Smith sees carrying a similar sort of double meaning to Hail Mary. “The title track did talk a lot about the historical figure, but it was a leap of faith thing as well, where we were as a band truly trying to find our sound,” he says of the band's sophomore effort.Shane Smith & the Saints' busy touring schedule meant that almost three years elapsed after Geronimo's release before they had the time to start recording Hail Mary. Even when the album had been completed, now more than a year ago, they were careful not to rush its release. As in the past, that will be done through Geronimo West Records, the label Smith runs with his wife.“It's been such a long time coming. And honestly, for me, it's such a personal album in terms of the lyrical content, what the band has gone through and the band's families have gone through over the years,” Smith says. “It means a lot to me, I know it means a lot to the guys, and I wanted to make sure we gave it good legs to stand on.”Though Smith and his bandmates have been the ones logging in the miles in their “Cousin Eddie-looking” RV, their friends, family, and other loved ones are the ties that bind together the songs on Hail Mary. “The last couple years of doing this stuff I've started to realize how much of a sacrifice it is for those outside characters. A lot of my lyrics are paying tribute to those people and the fact that we wouldn't be able to do this if it wasn't for them,” says Smith. “A lot of people paint [the music business] as a glamorous thing, but it's truly difficult to pull off if you have any intention of being a family man.”Lucky for them, Shane Smith & the Saints' family has only grown through their tireless touring in recent years. Having long been grouped in with the sprawling, grassroots genres of Texas Country and Red Dirt music, Smith says that fanbase is uniquely suited to their own single-minded approach.“It's a massive network of people that are music lovers, but they're not like your standard music lover. They're so passionate that they not only support the music, they show it to every one of their friends and promote it for you,” Smith marvels. “It's a support system of people who want to hear really good music, but a lot of the time get frustrated with what they hear on the radio.”With Hail Mary, those fans will have their best representation yet of the barnstorming concerts that likely drew them to Shane Smith & the Saints in the first place. “After four years of touring and sweat equity, it's significantly helped and changed our sound,” Smith says. “But the really cool thing is that, as our sound has truly started going away even further from what the norm is in Texas Country and Red Dirt, that same group of people is jumping on board now more than ever before.”Heaven knows Shane Smith & the Saints have earned that loyalty. More about the bands
Shane Smith & the Saints:  Website   |   Facebook   |   Instagram   |   Twitter   |   YouTube   |   SpotifyOnce Great Estate:  Website   |   Bandcamp   |   Facebook   |   Instagram   |   YouTube   |   Spotify 
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1 February 2020
That's What She Said
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Local favorite That's What She Said will be returning to our mainstage. Expect some fantastic rock covers and a night of nonstop fun and dancing. Be sure not to miss the party!LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID: Facebook
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13 December 2019
Michael Miller Band
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyMichael Miller was born in Paducah, Kentucky and went to school in Knoxville, Tennessee, so country music has been a passion of his for a long time. “The Michael Miller Band” was formed from of group of Christian friends from his home church in Tallahassee, Florida where he attended graduate school.Since its inception, MMB has been performing live shows and country music festivals across the Southeast. Some of those performances include: The Suwannee River Jam, CMA Music Fest, Georgia State Fair, Bainbridge River Town Days, South Shore Music Festival, and Country in the Pines. The band's first EP in 2014 was recorded with Jason Wyatt Productions in Nashville, TN. They love to share the “MMB Sound” with country music fans and provide high quality musicianship; while all along setting a positive example in their personal lives and artistry. The journey continues; come join them on their path!LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:MICHAEL MILLER BAND: Official Website | Facebook
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7 December 2019
Revival
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Doors: 8 PM   |   Music: 9:30 – 11:30 PM
No Cover   |   Ages 21+ Only  LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:REVIVAL: Facebook
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6 December 2019
Top Shelf Band
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Doors: 7pm | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 pm
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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30 November 2019
Sway Jah Vu
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlySway Jah Vu is Florida grown alt-reggae. With a distinct sound, Sway Jah Vu blends reggae heavy bass and guitar with commanding vocals and hard hitting beats. “We want to push the limits for creating new and exciting music while staying true to our mission of creating a cultural sway.” Since it's inception in early 2014, the young alt-reggae band, made up of Travis Green(guitar, vocals), Logan Pepper(bass), Paul Adams(drums, vocals), and Eric Kennedy(saxophone), has released two studio EPs. With their sophomore release, In The Company Of Wolves, they continue to urge audiences to practice simplicity, patience and positivity. The new EP also represents the group's maturity and willingness to tackle far-reaching, hefty topics in a 5 song release.While touring the Southeast, the band is constantly evolving the way they impact their community by putting on free shows for fans, participating in benefit concerts, and volunteering with organizations like The Water Project. Chillin for Kids, and V.O.C.A.L. Animal Rescue. The Stealing Secrets EP, released May 2014, has an inspirational theme and was written mostly about evolving one's thoughts to come to a higher understanding about life, while also focusing on addiction and the struggles that it brings. “We wanted to give people hope who maybe felt like they had lost it.” With every inspi-reggae song Sway Jah Vu continues to exemplify the message 'every day is a second chance.'LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST:SWAY JAH VU: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram 
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29 November 2019
Tobacco Rd Band
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Doors: 7 PM | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 PM
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyIf you like a little rock in your country, then you're gonna love Tobacco Rd Band! Winner of the prestigious Tally Awards for best band in Tallahassee from 2013 – 2016, Tobacco Rd Band guarantees to keep you dancing and partying all night long!Learn More About the Artist:TOBACCO RD BAND: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | BandsInTown | SoundCloud | Instagram | Twitter
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27 November 2019
Thanksgiving Party with the Groove Merchants
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Pre-game for Turkey Day with Tony O' and the boys!
The Groove Merchants from Tallahassee, FL have been playing the party scene since the mid-90's.  Led by one of the best front men in the region, this is one of those bands that can play everything and play it well! Make sure you don't miss out on all of the fun!Learn More About the Artist:GROOVE MERCHANTS: Facebook 
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23 November 2019
The Fried Turkeys
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Mainstage Doors: 8 pm   |   Music: 9:30 – 11:30 pm
No Cover   |   Ages 21+ Only  Combining a surprising blend of truly original music and a uniquely eclectic selection of covers, the Fried Turkeys will have you dripping in greasy, hippy, roots-country music. Soulful pedal steel, soaring vocal harmonies, a thumping rhythm section, dixieland piano lines, and a wooden Americana sound will have you tapping your feet and singing along. The grease is ready. Drop the bird!Learn More About The Artist:
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22 November 2019
36 Strong
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36 Strong is a local Tallahassee cover band focusing on many genres of rock from the last five decades.They are:Ed Prasse on lead guitar and vocals; also the 2nd “Ed” of local guitar trio Jim Ed Tim Ed, and by day Leon High School's guitar instructor.Jim Ed Martin, also of Jim Ed Tim Ed, on vocals and guitar.Sean Fassig on drums, and by day Leon High School's steel drums instructor.Mark Horner on bass; returning to the scene after a long hiatus from playing with many local bands.
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16 November 2019
Two Foot Level
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Doors: 8 PM | Music: 9:30 – 11:30 PM
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyTwo Foot Level is a local favorite playing a blend of Folk, Bluegrass, Rock, Americana, and Funk.Learn More About The Artist:TWO FOOT LEVEL: Facebook | Reverb Nation | Youtube
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