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GUIDANCE & GROOVE Wednesday, June 3
Greg Isabelle is a special kind of drummer. Well-educated and disciplined, he can play virtually anything, but rarely does. He’s got chops, but rarely uses them. And he understands the flashy …
WET, HOT SUMMER Wednesday, June 3
Inaugural Backyard BBQ brings bands, beers, bathing suits and benefits to St. Augustine Amphitheatre’s back lot
ROCK ATTACK! Wednesday, June 3
THE AIRSTRIKES
REVOLUTIONARY RAP Wednesday, June 3
Since the late ’90s, underground hip hop artist Blueprint has released inventive and unrivaled albums, either as a member of Greenhouse Effect or as a solo artist. Adept at blending …
RIP THIS JOINT Wednesday, May 27
BARNYARD STOMPERS
MUSIC FROM BIG PINK (FLOYD) Wednesday, May 27
BRIT FLOYD
DUVALLUM ATERRIMUS METALLUM Wednesday, May 27
Jacksonville may not be known for its metal scene, but those who are into it are really into it. The last black metal show I attended had a small turnout, but they were hardcore all the way, with merch tables, tattoos of their favorite bands, and enough piss and vinegar to fuel an ultra-violent pit.
PRETTY IN PONTE VEDRA BEACH Wednesday, May 27
Richard Butler and company come to conquer New Wave hot spot: Northeast Florida
GBH: GUILTY AS CHARGED Wednesday, May 27
UK punk legends maintain their fury at street level – where it belongs
THE WIND CRIES FOUL Wednesday, May 20
I was five years old when I placed my first vinyl record on my parents’ Panasonic turntable. It was 1972. The album: Band of Gypsys.