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St. Pete's Daddy Kool Records is holding a Vinyl Fever reunion and get together

The beloved Tampa record store closed in 2011 after 30 loud years.

By Ray Roa and Kyla Fields

St. Petersburg's most treasured record shop hosts a party for vinyl-lovers of all walks of life—especially those who wanted to cry like a baby when Vinyl Fever closed in Tampa back in 2011. At this "Vinyl Fever Nite" reunion and get together set for Friday, Feb. 3 inside Daddy Kool Records at The Factory St. Pete, record collectors of all stripes can come chat about their favorite records, reignite the “Oasis v Blur” debate or add to their ever-growing collection...

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Photos: Carrie Underwood brings 'Denim & Rhinestones' tour to Tampa's Amalie Arena

There was no shortage of denim in downtown Tampa, and it was all for eight-time Grammy-winner Carrie Underwood who brought her Denim…

By Ray Roa

Photos: Carrie Underwood brings 'Denim & Rhinestones' tour to Tampa's Amalie Arena
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Photos: Rick Springfield and Tommy TuTone play St. Pete's Mahaffey Theater

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By Ray Roa

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Review: In Tampa, 19,000 fans revel in Bruce Springsteen's return to the concert stage [PHOTOS]

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By Ray Roa

Review: In Tampa, 19,000 fans revel in Bruce Springsteen's return to the concert stage [PHOTOS]
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Photos: Death Cab For Cutie possesses 2,000 hearts during triumphant, sold-out St. Petersburg gig

“Whenever we start playing that song, ‘Asphalt Meadows,’ usually all I can smell is weed,” Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard…

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Death Cab For Cutie plays Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, Florida on Jan. 31, 2023.
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