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SoundBytes: Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Theresa Caputo, Mindless Self Indulgence and more

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-- Punk/noise/hip-hop outfit Mindless Self Indulgence, above, will perform at the Ritz Ybor on April 5. Tickets are $21.50. Click here.

-- The USF Sun Dome had great success with its live MythBusters show, so why not bring in Long Island MediumTheresa Caputo, star of the TLC show, will appear at the Sun Dome on Feb. 9. Tickets are $25.50-$85.50, and they go onsale Friday. Click here.

-- Blues great Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Coco Montoya and Ruthie Foster are among the initial acts announced for the Clearwater Sea-Blues Festival, Feb. 16-17 in Coachman Park. Admission is free; VIP tickets start at $25 advance. Click here for details.

-- Hall & Oates will return to Ruth Eckerd Hall on March 6. Tickets are $49.50-$100. Click here.

-- Former Kid in the Hall Dave Foley is coming to Side Splitters in Tampa on April 4-7. Tickets are $16-$20. Click here.

-- Rev up your chainsaws! Jackyl will return to the State Theatre on Jan. 25. Tickets are $17. Click here.

-- Rita Rudner has canceled her stand-up show at the Straz Center on Jan. 5 -- and then, for good measure, she's canceling her play, Tickled Pink, which was scheduled for performances there from Jan. 9-20. Tickets purchased with a credit card have been automatically refunded; other refunds are available at point of purchase.

-- Molly Hatchet will headline the next Blast Friday concert and street party in Clearwater on Dec. 28, starting at 5:30 p.m. It's free, as always. And coming in 2013, Candlebox will headline Blast Friday on Jan. 25, and Firefall will appear on April 26. Click here.

-- Dubstep DJ Crizzly is coming to the Amphitheater for a "Crizz-mas" party (we see what he did there) on Dec. 28. Click here.

-- Rory Scovel, one of Variety's 10 Comics to Watch in 2012, is coming to the Improv in Ybor City from Jan. 22-27. Click here.

-- Go ahead, crank that Justin Timberlake as loud as you like. The Florida Supreme Court has struck down a state law regulating noise from car stereos in a decision stemming from a 2007 citation against a St. Petersburg lawyer for blaring J.T. in his car. Click here for the full story.

-- Jay Cridlin, tbt*

[Last modified: Monday, December 17, 2012 1:48pm]

    

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