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Ana Popovic; Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs; Betty Fox Band ....WMNF Birthday Celebration 2

Sunday Sep 15 9:00PM Add to Calendar
Skipper's Smokehouse [map]

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These tickets are no longer on sale at WMNF, by phone or on-line, since 4pm on FRIDAY ~ 9/13/13... You may get them at an outlet for the advanced price... or at the door on Sunday for $28. Doors and will-call open at 4pm!! MUSIC STARTS AT 5pm!!!

So, who wants CAKE?? Marble w/ Choc Frosting!! Yum... From Datz Dough on S. MacDill Ave, a WMNF Community Partner. First Come, First Served CAKE IS INCLUDED in price of admission. Happy Birthday to WMNF and you get the treat!!

A blockbuster lineup of blues and R&B to help celebrate WMNF's birthday.

Ana Popovic, the Serbian-born blues guitar slinger and singer, was the most talked about performer at Tropical Heatwave. The four-time Blues Music Awards nominee blends smoking electric funk slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and tight blues groove with soulful feminine vocals. Her incredible stage presence makes her an irresistible force in the music world. Born in the war torn town of Belgrade, formerly Yugoslavia. Ana grew up in a warm and loving family where music was very important. Her father would, throughout her youth, always invite friends over for nightly jam sessions where Ana listened and analyzed the deep artistic roots of her music. In this atmosphere, she quickly picked up her father’s impressive blues and soul record collection, grabbed his guitar and went to work at a young age of 15. Since then, Ana Popovic has developed into an phenomenal guitarist/vocalist who currently resides in Amsterdam.

Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs plays New Orleans genre-bending R&B/jazz/rock/hip hop. A musical prodigy, people have forever recognized his extraordinary talents as a musician. Shamarr’s countless career accomplishments are highlighted by performances with artists Patti LaBelle, Lenny Kravitz, Harry Connick Jr., Branford Marsalis, and a multi-city tour and studio recordings with country legend Willie Nelson, Ray Price, Leon Russell, and R.E.M.. His personal compositions include music for the New Orleans Saints, “Bring Em To The Dome,” the ecologically conscious oil spill record, “Sorry Ain’t Enough No More.” In 2011 and 2012, he with his band the Underdawgs, toured Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan as cultural ambassadors for the United States State Department. Also in 2012, Shamarr was featured on the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festivals’ Congo Square poster. In 2013, the band was honored to be invited to perform at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the national center for the performing arts in Washington, DC. Shamarr claims one of his favorite moments as being the first trumpet player to play the National Anthem for President Barack Obama. His new album, 504-799-8147, showcases immense musical diversity. Combining elements of hip hop, rock, soul, and pop it delivers a powerful wallop of fun, good music, blends of his original sound.

Betty Fox Band With an extensive background in gospel and a lifelong passion for soul music, Betty Fox has burst onto the Florida music scene in a whirlwind of controlled yet unabashed passion and has taken the hearts of anyone wise enough to lend her their ear. Betty Fox appreciated singing early in life and performed for the first time at a church play at the age of 4. Her family had a deep love for southern country gospel and tight harmonies which they would express at every family gathering, and that is where her obsession with music began.


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$25.00 advance $28.00 at the door

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Skipper's Smokehouse

910 Skipper Road
Tampa , FL 33613 [map]
Phone: (813) 971 - 0666
http://www.skipperssmokehouse.com

Directions from North - I-275 to Bearss exit, then left one block to Nebraska. Go right on Nebraska for 1/4 mile to Skipper Road. Turn left and then left into parking lot.

Directions from South or East - I-275 N to Fletcher exit, then right one block to Nebraska. Go left on Nebraska to Skipper Road. Turn right and then left into parking lot.

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