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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
I guess my next show will either be at Jannus or the Palladium Saturday night in St Pete 8-)


Wed Jan 15, 2014 1:36 pm Profile
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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
Probably nothing till Southern Culture on the Skids at the Skipperdome Feb 21st

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Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:18 pm Profile
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nickyler wrote:
Probably nothing till Southern Culture on the Skids at the Skipperdome Feb 21st


Are you in the Tampa area? I have many suggestions if you are.

e-mail me at tieyourshoes51@hotmail.com

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Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:20 pm Profile
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Post Re: What's Your Next Show?
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
nickyler wrote:
Probably nothing till Southern Culture on the Skids at the Skipperdome Feb 21st


Are you in the Tampa area? I have many suggestions if you are.

e-mail me at tieyourshoes51@hotmail.com

I was. I moved to Merritt Island last year. I still have a place in Lecanto. about an hour north, we go back often, and that is one of the weekends I will be there so I am probably gonna catch the show. I love that place. There is none better in my opinion. Old Jannus was good, but you can't beat the skipperdome.

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Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:24 pm Profile
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nickyler wrote:
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
nickyler wrote:
Probably nothing till Southern Culture on the Skids at the Skipperdome Feb 21st


Are you in the Tampa area? I have many suggestions if you are.

e-mail me at tieyourshoes51@hotmail.com

I was. I moved to Merritt Island last year. I still have a place in Lecanto. about an hour north, we go back often, and that is one of the weekends I will be there so I am probably gonna catch the show. I love that place. There is none better in my opinion. Old Jannus was good, but you can't beat the skipperdome.


And that's a fact. Even if there is no music, the food is spectacular (I had wedding #3 catered by them). [Editor's note: do NOT strive for three weddings!]

Just to make it a little more interesting:

Feb 21 & 22: Ultraviolet Hippopotamus @ Dunedin Brewery
Feb 22: Toubab Krewe @ the Crowbar, Ybor City

and Monday, Feb 24, you will be back home, but:

SNARKY PUPPY @The Crowbar !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Wed Jan 15, 2014 4:08 pm Profile
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TYS.....
are you gonna invite all the BOS/SOS to dance at your next wedding?



God....I didn't really say that .....did I? :twisted: :twisted:


Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:10 pm Profile
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Saw that one of my favorite NC bands, Big Something, is playing Skipper's on January 23 and again on Jan 26. A bunch of other FL dates this month too. Go see 'em!

I told them to try to get booked at Wanee and they said they are trying. Pretty sure they know those COPE boys too.


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Sunshine Music Festival - St. Petersburg - Sunday 1/19/14 at 12noon :!: :D

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mule4ever speaks the truth about BIG Something. We spent our NYE with them here in Raleigh. Very very good band. Highly recommend.

MarchFourth Marching Band early show and Rebirth Brass Band late show. But that was last night.

January is kind of slow. Les Raquet/Dangermuffin on 1/23 is a maybe.

But then it picks up at the end of the month all the way thru February.

1/30 - Lucero
1/31 - Big Head Todd
1/31 - Foothills Brewery Sexual Chocolate release (someone will play)
2/1 - Ringers (Jimmy Herring, Wayne Krantz, Michael Landau, Etienne Mbappe & Gary Novak)
2/4 - moe.
2/5 - Robin Hitchcock
2/6 - Bubonik Funk
2/7 - Everyone Orchestra
2/8 - Gov't Mule
2/8 - Larry Keel Power Trio
2/9 - Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers
2/11 - Twiddle
2/12 - Toubab Krewe
2/13 - Lettuce
2/14 - Lake Street Dive
2/16 - Rebelution
2/19 - John Browns Body
2/20 - Tim Reynolds/TR3
2/22 - Cosmic Charlie
2/24 - Terry Bozzio
2/25 - Jerry Garcia Band Cover Band
2/28 - Mantras
2/28 - The Johnny Folsom 4

Bold are must see.

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COPE
FUTURE VINTAGE
Skipper’s Smokehouse, Tampa
01.11.14

So this was the best Cope show I’ve ever…

“HOLD IT RIGHT THERE, HOPKINS. That’s what you said when Cope opened for Kung Fu in September. And then you said it again about their Bear Creek set. And you said it AGAIN when they played at Skipper’s with Savi Fernandez at the end of November. This is getting to be like the little boy who cried Cope!”

Well, too darn bad. I meant it every time, and I mean it now. I am just so impressed that the Cope boys continually elevate their game. This was a great night. Let’s start at the beginning.

Cope and Skipper’s asked Future Vintage to open the show. I have written often about FV, who cover the Herbie Hancock-to-jamtronica gamut with style and ease. This was a great opportunity for them, and they did not waste it. Matt Giancola (keyboards and synthesizers), Trevor McDannel (bass) and Dean Rocco (drums) played a great set of originals that got people dancing early. They deliver a real feel-good sound. I was there in the 70s to see Herbie, Chick, George Duke and the others, and these boys do it right. Dennis Stadelman, guitar player for Cope, and Juanjamon on sax joined them for a great sit-in.

And then it was Cope time. It had been raining all day but had finally quit. Dennis said he wanted to put on a great show for everyone who braved the rain. He wasn’t kidding. They came out swinging and simply knocked it out of the park. They segued effortlessly from genre to genre, rock to blues to reggae to bluegrass and back again. Juanjamon is a great keyboards player, but his tenor saxophone work has become even more impressive. And the sax offers an interesting break in a number of songs where you might not expect it.

Michael Garrie is still insane. I realized toward the end of the show that Rocco, the Future Vintage drummer and a great performer himself, had aligned himself to the side of the stage so he could watch Garrie’s propulsive style. And you need to pay attention to bassist Kenny Stadelman to realize the great depth he adds to the sound. I can tolerate bass and drum solos, but for me the proof is in the pudding: what do these guys do underneath the jam? And that is exactly where Stadelman and Garrie excel. And you know watching them that they LOVE it!

Which leaves us with Dennis Stadelman. He shares vocals with Kenny and Juanjamon, and his superb guitar work and unbridled enthusiasm (if you have been near the stage, I know he’s given you THAT smile) send the Cope show over the top. I did wonder as they were covering “Strange Brew” how many youngsters recognized the Cream tune. This show ended with a half-hour rendition of “Shake Anything > Shakedown Street > Shake Anything” which blew out all the gaskets.

Except that WASN’T the end! Christie Lenee’ was in the house! Lenee’ is a great singer and a monstrous guitar player (in my son’s class in high school!). My brain fails to recall the tune they played for the encore, but it was a Dennis-Christie guitar rave-up of the first magnitude! Spectacular.

So it was my favorite Cope show ever… until the next one! AURA, anybody? And you can see Cope AND Future Vintage at Orange Blossom Jam in May! I certainly will!

Did I use enough exclamation marks?!? Too darn bad.

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