Jazz ensemble Katara kicks off busy weekend of free concerts on Friday in Dunedin

The band's Friday show with La Lucha is this weekend's best jazz gig.

click to enlarge Seth Lynn (L) and Natalie Depergola of Katara. - PHOTO VIA WEAREKATARA/INSTAGRAM
Photo via wearekatara/Instagram
Seth Lynn (L) and Natalie Depergola of Katara.
While it’s yet to make that big lineup in New Orleans, BOTB-winning La Lucha has performed at an impressive number of festivals including Clearwater Jazz Holiday where the jazz trio is a natural favorite. La Lucha’s latest studio album, Everybody Wants To Rule The World, was released to a pre-vaccine world in June 2020, and two years later, the trio is finally on a bill with harp, bass and drum trio Katara for what’s easily the best jazz gig in town this weekend, happening on Friday, Feb. 4.

Unreal that you can see this kind of talent with no cover, thanks to promoter Unusual Noise and Dunedin Brewery where the price of admission is almost always $0.

And if you miss Katara in Dunedin on Friday, the ensemble is slowly making its way back to Tampa over the weekend, with stops at St. Petersburg's Floridian Social Club (Feb. 5), Seminole Heights' Independent Bar (Feb. 6) and then back in St. Petersburg's Independent Bar the next weekend (Feb. 11).

Try to follow along via @wearekatara on Instagram.

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Josh Bradley

Josh Bradley is Creative Loafing Tampa's resident live music freak. He started freelancing with the paper in 2020 at the age of 18, and has since covered, announced, and previewed numerous live shows in Tampa Bay, even as the live music industry continues to get back on its feet.
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