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10 QUESTIONS with NUMA SAISSELIN, PRESIDENT of the FLORIDA THEATRE

April 8, 1927, opening night at the .  The program that evening boasted fanfare from the American Legion Bugle Corps, a live beauty pageant, and a live performance by Frank Morris and the Brilliant Florida Orchestra.  The feature attraction that evening was a two-real silent film titled “Let it Rain” (1927).  Organist Robert E. Mitchell accompanied the film on the theatre’s
A Look Back at Lynyrd Skynyrd: Coming Home for Final Show in the Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour

A Look Back at Lynyrd Skynyrd: Coming Home for Final Show in the Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour

The early 70’s belonged to Lynyrd Skynyrd, a rowdy group of piss cutters from the Westside of Jacksonville that punched a hole clean through the southern rock scene. The group made history alongside .38 Special, Molly Hatchett and the Allman Brothers for busting out of Florida and into the

Under The Streetlamp

April 5, 2014
The cornerstone of popular music is reclaiming its rightful spot at the intersection of past and present.  is a tip-of-the hat to the crooners of the American Radio songbook, featuring the music of such legendary artists as , , , the , and more. Backed by an outstanding seven-piece band,

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