An eclectic weekend of local music includes coffeehouse alternative, classical guitar, a Christian jam, a Black Sabbath tribute band and several Halloween-theme events. Listings after the jump. More
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When Lakeland residents spend their money to hear songs on a jukebox, they’re most likely to listen to country artists such as Jason Aldean, Steve Earle or Garth Brooks — at least in five of the city’s eight Zip codes. The other three prefer Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5 and Five Finger Death Punch. More
Eclectic is the keyword in local music this weekend. Some of the more interesting offerings include the classical/jazz guitar of Roland Dyens at Harrison Arts Center tonight, the gospel of Fred Hammond & Donnie McClurkin at The Lakeland Center Friday, and a local album release event at KRaP Art on Saturday. Many listings after the jump.
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Different strokes for different folks: Lakeland’s musical moods this weekend include whimsical at Friday’s Ukulele Orchestra of United Kingdom at Polk Theatre, nostalgic Friday at the Janis Joplin/Jimi Hendrix tribute at The Lakeland Center’s Classic Albums Live series, and hard rocking Saturday at the Mad Hatter Horror Fest in Munn Park. More music after the jump… More
Live music is taking on a mellow tone this weekend, with a variety of acoustic acts at the Maddox Ranch for a Mind, Body and Soul Festival, the start of the Midday Meditations series at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Friday and a “Cello-bration” at Harrison School of the Arts Saturday. More music listings after the jump. More