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I am honored to be part of the 3rd installment of this wonderful community conceptual art/music show. This is the information off of the FB event. "The road to a friend's house is never long." A collective art/performance show where pieces or expressions are of "your home" or what "home" means to you. Three non-consecutive nights of visual art display, community, local love and networking, acoustic musical, spoken word performances, three nights, three chances to buy incredible local art pieces from Central Florida artists. three different nights of local spotlighted musical entertainment, three nights to network and enjoy our beautiful local scene. -------------------------------------------- Free admission to the public all three nights 5-11pm, free entry for all interested artists to show art,10% commission off work sold that will go to Apartment E's Blanket Orlando project for the homeless ( held every year in November)Tickets Save
Solo acoustic goodness coming to ya' in the AM. Mixing it up with covers and originals til 1pm. The Maitland Farmers’ Market is located at Lake Lily Park at the intersection of Maitland Ave and 17-92 in Maitland. Parking – Free on-site parking is available in two lots. Additional free parking is located at the Maitland Public Library lot located at the intersection of Maitland Ave and Ventris Ave and at Seacoast Bank on Ventris Ave between Maitland Ave and 17-92.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Jeff Buckley, The Cure, Ray Charles, Citizen Cope, Eddie Vedder
Label: Gamble Records
Bio: 2013 was a great year for BJ sings. There was a Florida tour in March, with a bonus show and debut in Tennessee; in May, a West Coast tour with shows in Portland, Oregon; Olympia, Washington; and several dates in San Francisco, Arcata, Los Angeles and San Diego; in July he made his Northern Euro...See Full Bio
Booking up October in the Southeast.... if you've got some good shows available, let me know!
"Recalling the earlier, less heady days of Seattle rock, local scene fixture Robert Johnson debuts his latest project with a collection as awash in nostalgia as it is rife with the electricity of scattershot potential.....But Johnson's unavoidably Vedder-esque, growl-coo-growl delivery settles a bit once Glatt's scorching solos (remember those?!) start carrying thematic weight later on, especially on closers "Simple Sound" and "Captain."