Better Living For Seniors Pinellas' annual fundraiser gig happens this weekend

St. Pete's Bayboro Brewing Co. hosts a night of '80s rock covers for a good cause.

click to enlarge Better Living For Seniors Pinellas' annual fundraiser gig happens this weekend
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The nonprofit Better Living For Seniors Pinellas throws its big fundraiser and music bash.

The gathering, billed as “An Event of Extraordinary Giving an Entertainment,” happens in south St. Pete on an indoor “concert” stage and an outdoor acoustic stage. The indoor lineup skews rock, with venerable classic rockers Stormbringer holding court, as it has for 22 years.

Also: The Hazies, which had a strong run during the ‘90s and makes accomplished alt-rock; Push Button Rockets, a new band of old hands (Rob Stoney, Tom Perry, Mark Busto and Kyle Ashley); the power-pop group Kind Villain; and Brother Brownlow. Holding down the acoustic end of things are the Angie Rey Project, Janelle Sadler, Debra Miller and Greg Petryk, and Sierra.

The $35 ticket also includes lunch and two drink tickets. Bayboro Brewing has created Hearts & Hope Key Lime Blonde Ale specially for the event.

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Eric Snider

Eric Snider is the dean of Bay area music critics. He started in the early 1980s as one of the founding members of Music magazine, a free bi-monthly. He was the pop music critic for the then-St. Petersburg Times from ‘87-’93. Snider was the music critic, arts editor and senior editor of Weekly Planet/Creative...
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