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SoundBytes: Say Anything, Third Day, Brass Knuckles and more



-- Say Anything and Eisley are two bands with unlikely Tampa Bay ties, especially since Say Anything singer Max Bemis signed Tampa band Tallhart to his label. So it's cool to see they'll be at the State Theatre on June 11. Tickets are $16, and they go onsale April 11. Click here.

-- Christian rock superstars Third Day are performing at the Countryside Christian Center in Clearwater on May 16. Advance tickets start at $25 with group discounts available. Click here.

-- The poster for the Sunset Music Festival on May 25 is out, and it includes at least one new name: Brass Knuckles. Click here.

-- Word to the wise: On Ticketmaster, we've been noticing a few single tickets for Taylor Swift's long-sold-out concert on April 20 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. It's hit and miss, but if you're desperate, keep checking here.

-- The Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Band have moved their April 19 show at the Local 662 in St. Pete to April 20 at the Ritz Ybor, to coincide with Creative Loafing's 25th Birthday Bash. That show will also include a big lineup of local music, including The Voice's Juliet Simms and a reunion by Win Win Winter. Click here.

-- Lady Gaga in Tampa during the Republican National Convention? It alsmost happened.

-- Jay Cridlin, tbt*

[Last modified: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 12:12pm]


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