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SoundBytes: Sean Kingston, Steel Magnolia, Of Montreal and more

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-- Steel Magnolia, above, the winners of CMT's talent show Can You Duet, will perform at the Dallas Bull on Oct. 22. Tickets are $9.95 advance, $15 day of show.

-- Sean Kingston will open for Justin Bieber when the latter comes to the St. Pete Times Forum Dec. 19.

-- Of Montreal and Kid Sister, Jan. 15 at the Ritz Ybor: The first must-see show of 2011?

-- Jazz guitarist Les Sabler and Marshall Gillon will perform the National Anthem before Game 1 of the ALDS between the Rays and Rangers at Tropicana Field on Wednesday. Want a preview? Click here.

-- Three weeks after Conan O’Brien’s new show premieres on TBS, his late-night counterpart, George Lopez, will appear at the Straz Center. The show is Nov. 27; tickets start at $49.50. Click here.

-- The Genitorturers, Fuel, Saving Abel, Hail the Villian and We Are The Fallen will headline 98 Rock's Guavaween concert, Oct. 30 in the heart of Ybor City. Admission is $17. Click here for all the details.

-- Dashboard Confessional is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their album The Swiss Army Romance with a tour of small venues around the East Coast -- among them The Social in Orlando, on Nov. 28. Tickets are $26-$28. Click here.

-- Is the Largo Cultural Center, which hosts concerts by the likes of Colin Hay, Howard Jones and Roger McGuinn, weighing down the city's finances? Click here to see what city leaders are saying about it.

-- Earlier we had reported that British hard rock legends The Cult were coming to the State Theatre. Turns out we were thinking big enough. They'll actually be at Jannus Live on Nov. 8. Tickets are $23, and they'll go onsale Friday.

-- Also coming to Jannus Live: Toots and the Maytals with the Constellations. Tickets are $15 advance, and they go onsale Friday. Click here.

-- Jay Cridlin, tbt*

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