Garage-rock trio Sienna Queen plays free Friday concert at Tampa’s Hooch and Hive

The group hasn’t played live in over a year.

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Sienna Queen, a trio which briefly changed its name to Some Girls but has since switched back, brings a self-described “garage/lo-fi indie-rock” sound to this no-cover Friday show. Drummer Lindsay Michelle and bandmates Claire Morrison and Gina Tortorici haven’t played a live show in over a year but have been recording an EP which Michelle hopes to put out in the next couple of months.

If you go, go hungry. Hooch and Hive has some killer food and I suggest getting at least a couple of the fried green tomato sliders—they make dreams come true.

Sienna Queen/ Ken Apperson. Friday, Feb. 26, 8 p.m. Free. Hooch and Hive, Tampa. INFO

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Stephanie Powers

Freelance contributor Stephanie Powers started her media career as an Editorial Assistant long ago when the Tampa Bay Times was still called the St. Petersburg Times. After stints in Chicago and Los Angeles, where she studied improvisation at Second City Hollywood, she came back to Tampa and stayed put.She soon...
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