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Every so often, a musical act is so immensely popular that fans of multiple generations can be included among a band’s diverse fan base. As the most successful duo of all-time, Daryl Hall and John Oates dominated the radio airwaves of the late 1970’s and the 1980’s with their distinct sound; a melding of rock and roll and R&B. Hall and Oates will bring their enormously large musical catalogue to Florida for a four-city tour, starting in Clearwater at Ruth Eckerd Hall on December 3.

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Full Access had the opportunity to interview Chachi Riot, drummer for Pop Evil. Pop Evil is an American Rock band formed in 2001 from Grand Rapids, Michigan. The band consists of 5 members, Leigh Kakaty - lead vocals, Nick Fuelling - lead/ rhythm guitar/backing vocals, Dave Grahs - rhythm/lead guitar/backing vocals, Matt DiRito - bass/backing vocals and Josh Marunde (aka Chachi Riot) drums.

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For up-and-coming country singer Chase Bryant, his music is his life. While having both a new record deal and a top-15 single, the 22 year old is realizing his dream while watching his career take off. Bryant’s Let it Ride Tour makes its way to Tampa’s Amalie Arena on December 12th before heading to Fort Myers. Chase took time from his schedule to talk about his budding career, how he relates to his fans and his musical inspirations and talents.

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Having only truly been on the scene for four short years, 21 year old Jake Miller has quickly found himself on the music industry’s radar. This rising young pop artist with a perfect smile and positive vibe has recently been named one of MTV’s “Artist To Watch” and with good reason. Miller not only has talent, but is clearly a natural behind the lens of a camera. Just weeks ago, Miller co-hosted MTV’s U.S. Telecast of the EMA Awards alongside Nick Cannon and did so with the ease of someone with years of experience under their belt.

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The genre of rock music has seen its changes over the years. It has twisted and turned and we are seeing a new world of modern rock; Save The Radio is it. They have a wide spectrum of music and a great sound. They have been compared to bands like Switchfoot and Matchbox 20, but they hold their own with their unique sound. The Tampa Bay-based band consists of Shawn Scheller on lead vocals and guitar, Michael MacKewice on vocals and lead guitar, Joe Cosas on bass and keyboard and TL Jentgens on drums.

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Tampa Bay based concert promoter, known professionally as “Krazy Duck,” has been accused of fraud, misrepresentation, embezzlement, and misappropriation of funds following the alleged theft of up to approximately $100,000 in Investors funds that was intended to go towards production costs of the failed Scorpio Fest concert that was held last month in New Smyrna Beach.

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Interviews

Monday, December 1, 2014 - 7:32pm
Bob Cheesman
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CD Reviews


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Terry Canter

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Terry Canter

Show Reviews

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Gail Gerdes
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Neal Nachman
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Neal Nachman
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Tandra Lamia
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