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PAUL TONKA CHAPMAN
Paul Chapman, the Welsh rock guitarist best known for his work in UFO and WAYSTED, passed away on his 66th birthday last month. The rock world lost a legend. We remember his life and his friendship.
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THE NOUVEAUX HONKIES (Canceled)
Whether they are doing straight up country, or bluesy soul or folk rock, their sounds comes through as a couple of relaxed musicians who don’t have to answer to anybody, who don’t have to be anywhere they don’t want to be.
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MIKE ZITO (Canceled)
He is one of the most lauded artists in the contemporary blues arena today, and rightfully so, but for Mike Zito, the thing that counts the most is maintaining his honesty, authenticity and integrity.
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NEW MANAGEMENT AT KC
ASM Global, a national leader in presenting live entertainment, has been hired to manage the King Center for the Performing Arts. A 5-year contract goes into effect July 1st.
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LIVE MUSIC IS BACK - ALMOST
Our Entertainment calendar is growing again, from no calendar in April and May, to 1.5 pages in June, and now 2 pages in July. Venues are slowly hiring musicians. Then, on July 29th, Gov DeSantis closed down the bars because Florida experienced a spike of positive Covid 19 cases. A lot of live music got canceled. Please confirm with venues. 
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JAYVO SCOTT
Much like most of his roles so far, Scott’s tattoos and menacing appearance somewhat typecast him but got him work. At the same time he was broadening his resume not only with acting roles and music (his alter ego rapper pThuggie) but also as writer and producer of projects.
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