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2014 Tampa Bay Ultimate Local Music Guide

 

Record Store Day tips, exclusives and parties

A sk Manny Kool about the hype and hope surrounding Saturday's Record Store Day — a glorious all-day bonanza for geeked-out vinyl and music fans — and the smooth-pated, normally …

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  1. Sarasota indie folk pop duo Good Graeff find success around the world

    Music & Concerts

    To find success in their hometown, Brooke and Brittany Graeff had to go halfway around the world.

    Indie folk pop group Good Graeff is driven by Brooke and Brittany Graeff, seated here in their tour van in Sarasota.
  2. Record Store Day tips, exclusives and parties

    Music & Concerts

    Ask Manny Kool about the hype and hope surrounding Saturday's Record Store Day — a glorious all-day bonanza for geeked-out vinyl and music fans — and the smooth-pated, normally chill dude in charge of Daddy Kool in St. Petersburg widens his eyes.

    "Oh god," he says.

    Among the RSD-only merch Daddy Kool will feature is the Pixies 12-inch album Indie Cindy.
  3. Palladium Chamber Players wrap up series

    Music & Concerts

    Jeffrey Multer and company will perform the last concert of their chamber music series Wednesday at the Palladium Theater in St. Petersburg.

    Jeffrey Multer will be featured on Beethoven’s Spring Sonata for Violin and Piano in F major.
  4. SoundCheck: Jimmy Buffett among top live music picks

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    Jimmy Buffett

    Details: Saturday 8 p.m. MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, 4802 U.S. 301 N, Tampa. $36-$136. (813) 740-2446.

    Jimmy Buffett will play the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre.
  5. Review: Mozart, Diamond & Brahms concert shows off Florida Orchestra's skill

    Music & Concerts

    To hear the Florida Orchestra this weekend is to be reminded what a magnificent animal a symphony orchestra can be. It leaps, it soars, it whispers. It percolates with a thousand moving parts.

  6. Tampa Bay Blues Festival brings Buddy Guy, Irma Thomas

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    Once again, the Tampa Bay Blues Festival is playing a little loosey-goosey with the word "blues," packing plenty of funk and soul into this year's lineup — and that's not a bad thing. Sure, blues greats Buddy Guy, Shemekia Copeland and Coco Montoya lead Friday's lineup, but Saturday brings the smooth and soulful …