New Orleans-style blues and jazz comes to play for free at Soul Food Sunday. Jonathan Roniger’s five-piece ensemble has been making waves in the Louisiana music scene over the last two years and is an alum of New Orleans’ Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Reservations are recommended if you want to sit, socially-distanced at an inside table near the band. Per city ordinances, there is still no gathering on dance floors, so keep your ass on the seat when the spirit of the Crescent City moves you. Masks are required when not sitting, so don’t forget to put it on when you head for the loo upon experiencing a different kind of movement.
Jonathan Roniger and the Good For Nothing Band. Sunday, Jan. 31, 3 p.m. Free. Ella’s Americana Folk Art Cafe, Tampa. INFO
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