‘Blood In the Water’ songwriter J.T. Brown plays intimate Friday concert at The Attic in Ybor City

The seated and solo gig is 21 & up.

click to enlarge ‘Blood In the Water’ songwriter J.T. Brown plays intimate Friday concert at The Attic in Ybor City

Space cowboy J.T. Brown, hot off that fire single “Blood in the Water” with local emcee Mike Mass, is playing a solo show in Ybor City to kick off the weekend. According to the songwriter’s Facebook page you can expect “an evening of songs and storytelling” from the southern singer.

The 21-and-up show is a seated event with seats at four top tables available for purchase. Creative Loafing Tampa Bay reached out to The Attic to see what additional COVID-19 protocols the venue is following, but have not heard back

J.T. Brown. Fri. Feb 19, 7:30 p.m. $15-$20. The Attic at Rock Brothers Brewing, Ybor City. theatticyborcity.com

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