Jim Messina's Clearwater concert is now postponed

For what it’s worth, this was not a Super Bowl concert.

click to enlarge Jim Messina's Clearwater concert is now postponed
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Kenny Loggins’ former pal Jim Messina, you know from Loggins and Messina, was supposed y be in Clearwater for a solo gig at the Cap, but it's since been postponed.

A press release from Ruth Eckerd Hall says, "Tickets will be honored on the new date to be announced soon."

Messina, who was also in the “For What It's Worth” supergroup Buffalo Springfield, co-wrote the song “Your Mama Don’t Dance”with the bearded god that is Kenny Loggins (that tune was later covered by the hair metal band Poison).

Capitol Theatre’s COVID-19 protocols are strong with mask requirements, temperature checks and limited capacity. Love to the historic venue for keeping the snowbirds safe.

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