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A new Bellamy generation

Jesse and Noah Bellamy, sons of one of the Bellamy Brothers, will perform at the Firehouse Cultural Center.

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Jesse and Noah Bellamy, sons of one of the Bellamy Brothers, will perform at the Firehouse Cultural Center.

The musical duo Jesse and Noah Bellamy perform Friday from 7:30-10 p.m. at the Firehouse Cultural Center, 101 1st Ave NE in Ruskin.

The brothers are known for delivering an eclectic mix of roots-rock, power-pop, country and Americana. The brothers are the fourth music-playing generation in a family of musicians. Their father and uncle are the well-known Bellamy Brothers (Let Your Love Flow).

Originally from Dade City, the brothers have toured the United States and Europe. Because of their musical versatility, the duo provided almost all of the music tracks on its latest release, Driven Back.

One of the tracks, Florida Water, sounds like an interesting blend. According to the website, it's a homage to their home state that "combines southern musical traditions with the Latin-Caribbean cultural influences of the peninsula."

Advance tickets prices are $14 for members and $18 for nonmembers, $16 and $20 at the door. Firehouse Pub seating is communal, which means you may have other guests at your table. or (813) 645-7651.

Times staff

A new Bellamy generation 04/09/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 2:48pm]
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