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Music Planner: Dashboard Confessional, Clearwater Sea-Blues, a weekend of Juggalos and more

LETTING THE SUNSHINE IN: Dashboard Confessional One of the great ironies of the early 2000s emo boom was that its dreamiest poster boy, Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba, hailed from sunny Boca Raton. "I really found out who I was supposed to be when I got there," the Connecticut native said in a phone interv …

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  1. Music Planner: 311 cruises in, plus Justin Hayward, Lee Greenwood and more

    Music & Concerts

    COME ORIGINAL: 311 Cruise

    If you're floating around Ybor City next week, keep an eye out for seafaring reggae-rock fans. They're in town for the annual 311 Cruise from Tampa to Cozumel and likely hitting up a handful of pre-parties in Ybor. The two biggest — concerts at the Ritz Ybor by alternative …

  2. 5 things to do under $5: Florida Orchestra, Black Arts Festival, Peter Max and Fiesta Day

    Events

    1Florida Orchestra Family Concerts: This family-friendly "pay what you can" show brings husband-and-wife musicians Anna Kate Mackle, principal harp for the Florida Orchestra, and John Shaw, principal percussion, who will demonstrate their instruments and play together. Arrive early for art activities and the …

  3. A complete history of Twenty One Pilots performances in Tampa Bay

    Music & Concerts

    When Twenty One Pilots came onstage in their undies this month to accept a Grammy for their huge hit Stressed Out, many viewers probably wondered: Who were these weirdos, and how on earth did they get here?

    Twenty One Pilots
  4. Variety of genres to be represented in Hernando Symphony Orchestra concerts

    Music & Concerts

    BROOKSVILLE — Triumph of the Argonauts and Pinball Wizard. Two musical pieces that tell tales of victory, but the similarities end there, as the songs could not be more different.

    Michele DiLuzio will lead the Hernando Symphony Orchestra during its "Spectrum" concerts this weekend.
  5. David Cassidy, heartthrob star of 'The Partridge Family,' reveals he has dementia

    Celebrities

    David Cassidy, best known as the well-coiffed heartthrob who starred in the 1970s series The Partridge Family, watched his family members succumb one by one to dementia.

    David Cassidy, best known for his role as Keith Partridge on "The Partridge Family," said in an interview with People magazine that at 66 years old, he is suffering from dementia. "I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming," Cassidy told People. [Associated Press (2009)]
  6. Review: CMT's 'Sun Records' can't live up to legacy of Elvis, Cash and more

    The Feed

    Sam Phillips was an early pioneer for rock 'n' roll and — if you believe CMT's new scripted series Sun Records — the drugs and sex, too.

    The cast of CMT’s Sun Records stars from left, Drake Milligan as a less charming Elvis Presley, Kerry Holiday as Ike Turner, Kevin Fonteyne as Johnny Cash, Dustin Ingram as Carl Perkins and Christian Lees as Jerry Lee Lewis.
  7. 10 ways to recover from The 80s Cruise

    Blogs

    The 2017 voyage of The 80s Cruise ended Saturday morning, and 2,000-plus weary but smiling nostalgia fanatics filed dutifully off the Celebrity Summit with a week's worth of memories that will last a lifetime. 

  8. How did we miss this Sinead O'Connor gem from 1987?

    Blogs

    Finally, Wuench Beat Me to It Week comes to an end with this bonus entry - six this week instead of the customary five. Today's artist might be argued to have been found in the 80s, because her 1987 debut album reached number 36 on the US Album chart and was certified gold. However, none of the singles released from …

  9. Move to Hernando allows Florida Bluegrass Classic to flourish

    Music & Concerts

    BROOKSVILLE— It's all about keeping it classic — classic country, classic cars and classic bluegrass.

    Grammy Award-winning singer Marty Raybon is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Feb. 24.
  10. Looking Back: Whitney Houston and The Beach Boys rocked the Super Fourth Rockfest (July 4, 1987)

    Music & Concerts

    This story appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on July 5, 1987. What follows is the text of the original story, interspersed with photos of the event taken by Times staff photographer Evan R. Steinhauser.

    Fireworks explode over Tampa Stadium during Whitney Houston's performance at Rockfest.

TIMES | Evan R. Steinhauser