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Posted 1/17/2009 6:31 AM (#351)
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Here's some of the shows and write ups on the performers from past shows.

As we add to this list you will be able to see the variety of performers that play here.
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Posted 1/17/2009 6:35 AM (#352 - in reply to #351)
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The Lynda Faye and Mac Perry Production of

Remember Pink and Black? Those hot colors of the 50’s.
Remember Rockabilly, R and B, Doo Wop? Those hot styles of the 50s.
Remember Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers? Those hot singers of the 50s.
Remember Rebel Rouser, Walk Don’t Run, Raunchy, Honky Tonk? Those hot instrumentals of the 50s

Hear the whole story of the Birth of Rock and Roll from two people who were there singing and dancing through it all. As the Decadent Duo “Memory Lane”, Lynda Faye and Mac Perry present a Musical Dialogue of stories, anecdotes, and songs from the Great Decade they grew up in, the years when Mac had his own Rock and roll band and Lynda Faye danced the Twist, Stroll and Jitterbug. Hear about the two fist fighting brothers who invented the name Rock and Roll, the stuttering kid who just wanted to make a record for his mama and accidentally invented Rock and Roll, the Lebanese kid who became one of the greatest teen idols super stars of all, the “glottal stop” expert who became a million record seller years after his premature death, and hear the famous chord progression that was used in more than 30 different 50s hits. This is the Real Story of THE BIRTH OF ROCK AND ROLL like you’ve never heard it told and sung, first hand from someone who was there, who met the stars, and who worked with many of them.

Plus OPENING ACTS: LINDA ALLRED tickling the ivory with her exciting new Baroquen (English broken) tunes - Plus - Louise Good Haines aka GOODY will be playing her own Indie/ folk/ americana songs

“The Great Decade: 1954-1964” is an hour and a half-long musical presentation of first hand stories and entertaining tales of over 30 artists and 43 of their hits. Remember these songs? All I have to do is Dream, You’re 16 You’re Beautiful and You’re Mine, Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin On, Don’t Be Cruel, Ooby Dooby, Jambalaya, Be Bop a Lula, Blue Suede Shoes, Peggy Sue, Hey Bo Diddley, Johnny B. Goode, Blueberry Hill, Raunchy, Travelin’ Man, Hey Venus, Devil or Angel, You Send Me and plenty more. And remember these musicians? Jerry Lee Lewis, Early Elvis, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Gene Vincent, Carl Perkins, Johnny Otis, Fats Domino, Duane Eddy, Sam Cooke, Bobby Vee v, Ricky Nelson, Paul Anka, Frankie Avalon and plenty more. You’ll hear them all . . .

Don’t miss this “Song and Story” Rock and Roll History presentation at

Sacred Lands . . . Park Street, west on 17th Ave No. then left into parking lot

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Posted 2/25/2009 1:35 AM (#369 - in reply to #351)
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Key of Life Music

About Key of Life
Teresa Arruza with her Spanish heritage finds the inspiration to write songs with a touch of hope and healing. Her energy and determination led her to be a self-taught guitarist and violinist. Her guitar tells a story, her violin a poem and her voice and keyboards add the colors to the theme, using the help of a loop station to blend all these instruments. Over the years she has developed an interactive, eclectic appreciation and integration of different musical influences. Adapting her original musical roots to a special rendition, thus finding her own place in the musical kingdom. She is remarkably adaptable and musically diversified; a point well proved by her current pursuit of several musical projects, each distinctively different from the other.
Scottie"Skinz"Laughlin a native from Florida, began his percussion career early in childhood. He got his frist drum set at age 7. Scottie then lived in the Rocky Mountains for 8 years, where he studied percussion with Byron who was a Julliard Music School graduate. He has played in several bands, performed with many different musicians and styles of music from classic rock to world sound. He gives the heartbeat to all of these songs with his vision, inspired by his travels. Combining rhythms from across the globe. From his beliefs in peace and earth conservation, he brings the special touch that encircles this musical journey called The Key of Life.

http://www.keyoflifemusic.com/

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Posted 2/25/2009 1:37 AM (#370 - in reply to #351)
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Leigh Humes

Leigh and Steve Humes have been performing as a husband/wife team
throughout the Tampa Bay Area for over 10 years. Leigh has been
writing songs since the early 70's and her music has been coined as a
place where Jazz, Folk, and Country meet. Playing her own unique
guitar style combined with her soothing voice this is a performance
certainly to be enjoyed. Accompanied by her talented husband Steve who
plays guitar, mando, base, and banjo (just to name a few) he is also
an acomplished songwriter. You can visit their myspace site at:

http://www.myspace.com/leighhumes

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Posted 2/25/2009 1:39 AM (#371 - in reply to #351)
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Dan Stevens
Originally from Western Massachusetts, Dan went “On The Road” after two years at Beloit College in Wisconsin. He lived on Guam, in Boulder, Colorado, and, for a short time, in Houston, Texas. He finally returned to Massachusetts, where he bought a house in the small seaside town of Mattapoisett. He moved to Florida in 1986, and lived for several years on Pine Island in Lee County, where he was privileged to witness a piece of “Old Florida” before it disappeared. He writes and performs original folk songs about the people and places he has known. He now resides in Gulfport Fl. and has just released his first folk CD “ A Veritable Plethora of Pontification”.

http://www.myspace.com/danstevensfolk

http://www.danstevens.info/

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Posted 2/25/2009 1:41 AM (#372 - in reply to #351)
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Dylan Cowles
A Tampa native, who's music is featured in the international award winning musical short, Vice Verses (NYC Midnight film contest) and on HGTV (Unique Backyards), adds an Island/blues flavor to his acoustic mix. With simple and complex arrangements, Dylan succeeds drawing the listener in with a compelling melody and story, simultaneously. He has opened for John McCutcheon and Denise Kucinich (St. Petersburg College), and played peacefestivals (Veterans for Peace) and Earth Day celebrations (Lowry Park 2005, 2006,2007,2008). Recently Dylan traveled to Berkeley CA. to play a national festival that tours both coasts (FODfest which celebrates the life of Daniel Pearl)!

http://www.myspace.com/Bleugravy
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