SoundBytes: Gnash, Death, Dirty Heads, Sick Of It All and more
Now that's a fun headline, huh?
-- After canceling his concert at the State Theatre this fall, breakout singer Gnash has booked a new concert date at the same venue. The new show is on April 11 -- and be advised it's a new date, not a makeup date, so you'll still need new tickets. They're $20 and up. Click here.
-- One of the world's first punk bands, Detroit legends Death (perhaps you saw them in the 2013 documentary A Band Called Death), will play the Local 662 in St. Pete on Feb. 10. Click here.
-- Set Your Goals will perform at the Local 662 on Feb. 25. Tickets are $23.75 and up. Click here.
-- Hardcore legends Sick Of It All will play the Local 662 on Feb. 26, alongside Murphy's Law. Tickets are $21.75. Click here.
-- Rapper Wax is performing at Venom Custom Choppers in New Port Richey on Dec. 16. Tickets are $13 and up. Click here.
-- St. Petersburg's Reggae Rise Up Festival, slated for March 4-5 in Vinoy Park, has added Dirty Heads, Steel Pulse, the Green and other bands to a lineup that already included Slightly Stoopid, Iration and many more. Might be the reggae-rock event of the year. Click here.
-- Dancing with the Stars' Derek and Julianne Hough are bringing their "Move Beyond Live" tour to Ruth Eckerd Hall on May 13. Tickets are $38.50 and up. Click here.
-- Some good new shows coming to the Orpheum: After the Burial, Emmure and Fit For a King (March 23, click here); Kehlani (April 11, click here); Periphery. the Contortionist, Norma Jean and Infinity Shred (April 17, click here); and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (April 25, click here)
-- Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward will perform at the Capitol Theatre on Feb. 26. Tickets are $35 and up. Click here.
-- Jay Cridlin