Great Local Talent at the South Florida Fair!

There’s 5 entertainment stages set up at the South Florida Fair this year, so you can hear some great bands and some excellent local talent from just about anywhere!  Check out our Live Music Calendar to see when and where Geoff Livingston will be performing your favorite Rock tunes, or JC Dwyer’s Country Rock, or the Ramblin’ Men’s Classic Rock, or maybe some Blues from Motel Mel!

Or maybe listen to Rit Johnson play some R&B from his newest CD, or a Reggae Classic Rock mix from Jupiter Trailer Trash, or Country music from the Tom Jackson Band.  Youngsters from the Expressway to the Stars and the Alex Shaw Project will be playing some amazing Rock tunes, Uproot Hootenanny will bring their Bluegrass, Manipulate the Machine will feature Alternative Rock favorites, and Spred the Dub will show off their Ska and Reggae jams!  Also check out Medicine Hat who will be stopping by to play some Blues and Murphy and Nolli playing some acoustic favorites.

If Tribute bands are your thing make sure you see the Petty Hearts perform – one of the very best Tom Petty bands anywhere!



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West Palm New Year’s Eve!

Looking for Live Music in West Palm Beach for New Year’s Eve?  Here’s your choices!

Dress warm for Downtown West Palm to hop between a bunch of Subculture spots, and hear Manzino’s Bowl of Fire, Joey George and Tchaa at Voltaire, and Sweet Bronco and Lindsay Mills at Respectable’s as part of your party pass!  Or check out Spider Cherry at O’Shea’s in the same block!

CityPlace will have Making Faces on stage and Krazy Train upstairs at Copper Blues, and of course the Latin Beats at Mojito’s!

If you’re looking for a Classical symphony, there’s one playing at the Kravis Center for only $29!

Out west at Double Dee’s the Lac’s are back – $23 cover.

Get out and party!

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A Rockin’ Christmas on the Way!

Rock, Classic Rock, Alternative Rock, Acoustic Rock – it’s going to be all over the West Palm – Wellington – Lantana area the next few days!  Here’s some ROCK bands to help get you in the spirit!

Friday – In West Palm Rogue Theory gets Friday Night off to a bang at E.R. Bradleys, followed by The Three Amigos at O’Shea’s.  Lake Worth has My Weekend Therapy for Evening on the Avenue, and out west it’s the Mighty Quinn at the Brass Monkey Tavern, 56 Ace at Boonie’s, the B-Side Band at Connolly’s, Carnivalle at Piper’s, and Knockdown at Johnny Q’s.  And in Lantana its The People Upstairs at the Old Key Lime House!

Saturday – Perfect Strangers at Connolly’s, Groove Therapy at Old Key Lime, JC Dwyer and the Blackbirds at Piper’s, The Silent Shout at the Rhum Shak, and 56 Ace at Brogues.

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day?  Not much Live Music – be sure to call the Venue first to make sure they’re open before you head anywhere!

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West Palm Beach Veteran’s Day Weekend Best Bets!

It’s hard to pick out the best music acts for this Veterans’s Day Weekend, but we’ll try to point out some good ones to see this weekend in the West Palm area.  Respectable Street gets our vote for the place to be Friday evening, for a fundraiser Phoenix Mission Charity Show & Burlesque show with 9 bands!

Saturday’s big event will be the Taste of Soul Food and Music Festival!  This concert at the Meyer Amphitheater to benefit Puerto Rico will  feature artists such as Chemradery, Brian McKnight, Tito Puente Jr., Brenda K. Starr, The People Upstairs, J Sharp Band, JBellTheArtist, Sito Rocks, Vela, King Docious, Ricky C and Erik O’Neill.  Admission is only $10!

Saturday night has Wonderama putting on a show at CityPlace and the The Silent Shout upstairs at Copper Blues.



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Clematis or CityPlace on Saturday in West Palm?

Where’s the best Live Music in West Palm?  It’s always a tossup between Clematis Street and CityPlace, and this Saturday’s no different.

CityPlace is built for tourists, although locals love it too.  On Saturday you can choose between the Valerie Tyson Band on the outside stage, Silent Shout upstairs at Copper Blues, La Linea next door at the Blue Martini nightclub, or the Latin Beats down the walkway at Mojito’s.

Clematis Street has Spider Cherry at E.R. Bradleys near the water, My Weekend Therapy at O’Shea’s, and a Surf Party at Respectable’s with 4 bands – Holy Dances, South Side Dub, Making Faces, and The Sensibles headlining!


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