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SoundBytes: Richard Marx, Twiztid, the Supersuckers and more



-- The Supersuckers are coming to St. Pete. The hard-driving power-poppers, who call themselves "the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world," will perform Jan. 21 at the State Theatre. Tickets are $15. Click here for details.

-- Richard Marx will bring his solo acoustic tour to the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater at 8 p.m. March 18, and tickets are a very reasonable $34.50-$42.50. Call us crazy, but that's not a terrible show, right? Tickets go onsale Friday; click here for details.

-- Twiztid are known as proteges of Insane Clown Posse. Keep that in mind as you buy tickets to their show March 3 at the State Theatre in St. Pete. Tickets are $22.50. Click here for details.

-- One more concert announcement, courtesy of Stuck in the '80s: They Might Be Giants are coming to the Ritz Ybor on Feb. 26. Long live Particle Man!

-- Thomas Wynn and the Believers are giving away a free live album! Live at Skipper's was recorded (you guessed it) live at Skipper's Smokehouse last fall, and Wynn and company are giving it away as a free download on their Web site. Click here to get it.

-- St. Pete Latin jazz guitarist Nate Najar dropped his new album, Until Now, last week, and it's available on iTunes. He's looking for support from listeners calling WSJT-98.7 and requesting his new single, (It's A) Good Day.

-- American's Second Harvest of Tampa Bay is sponsoring a Michael Jackson tribute concert on Friday at the Event Factory, 7565 W Hillsborough Ave., Tampa. Performers include Cesar De La Rosa and Jacko impersonator Danny Ware, and guests are asked to bring $50 and canned goods. Click here for details.

-- Speaking of tribute shows: CJ Harding is bringing her Patsy Cline tribute to the Largo Cultural Center for two shows on Jan. 27. Tickets are $25-$28. Click here for details.

-- Looks like Reax is planning to relaunch at the end of this week.

-- Finally: Recent Tampa Bay expat Geri X. has posted some new songs to her MySpace, all the way up in the ATL.

-- Jay Cridlin, tbt*

[Last modified: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 3:16pm]


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