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Dickey Betts interviewed about his most famous Allman Brothers songs Read more »

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Betts recalls the night in Tampa he did a duet of his Allman Brothers song "Ramblin' Man" with Dylan Read more »

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Your live music calendar: Who's playing where and when this weekend and beyond Read more »

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Scottish singer's first ever U.S. tour includes a stop in Sarasota Read more »

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Hometown guitar hero returns to headline and host annual costume party. Read more »


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Impressive indie rock roster includes locals Good Graeff Read more »

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Tickets on sale today and her new album will feature unreleased Paul McCartney song Read more »


The singer, songwriter, cowboy and overall class act performs locally Friday and Sunday Read more »

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Southern cocktails, sounds and cuisine North of Fruitville Read more »

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Headliners include New Orleans heavyweights Trombone Shorty, Dr. John and Dirty Dozen Brass Band Read more »


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Details on charity concert Betts and special guests are playing next month in Sarasota. Read more »


Country superstar to be joined by fellow bro-country acts Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr in Tampa. Read more »

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Their North American tour opens in Tampa on April 15 Read more »

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Country superstar Martina McBride brings her hits and 11-piece band to the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. Read more »

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Guitarist, singer and songwriter on future of Allman Brothers Band and Gov't Mule. Read more »
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