Tonight in live music; Justin Timberlake at Amalie, Dickey Betts' sold-out show, more

Maybe we should road trip to see August Greene?

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✔️ Justin Timberlake w/The Shadowboxers Justin Timberlake has not been shy about addressing the lukewarm reception that his new album (Man of The Woods, released in February) has been getting from fans and critics alike. That won’t stop diehards from flocking to Amalie Arena on Tuesday, however, and the 37-year-old pop superstar has plenty of older material to keep fans happy anyway. Expect him to reach all the way back to his 2002 solo-debut Justified at this show, and don’t be surprised to get a taste of some *Nsync material, too. (Amalie Arena, Tampa) INFO

Justin Timberlake plays it safe for Super Bowl LII halftime performance — but that wasn't a Prince hologram, was it?

Dickey Betts Damon Fowler — who was a member of Butch Trucks’s band before the Allman Brothers icon committed suicide last year — is no stranger to playing alongside classic-rock legends. On Tuesday, the Bay area blues guitarist will be in a familiar position as he flanks another Allman alum, Dickey Betts, in this “live rehearsal” show which kicks the tires on a short run of comeback dates for Betts that officially begins with a festival date in Georgia on Thursday. (White Buffalo Saloon, Sarasota) SOLD OUT


Melody Artisans of the Crooked Thumb - Mother Songs (Crooked Thumb Brewery, Safety Harbor) INFOcommuMay 15, Chris Walker (Ringside Cafe, Saint Petersburg) INFO

Kayla Ember (The Living Room on Main, Dunedin) INFO

August Greene (Dr. Phillips Center, Orlando) INFO

Chris Walker (Ringside Cafe, St. Petersburg) INFO

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Ray Roa

Read his 2016 intro letter and disclosures from 2022 and 2021. Ray Roa started freelancing for Creative Loafing Tampa in January 2011 and was hired as music editor in August 2016. He became Editor-In-Chief in August 2019. Past work can be seen at Suburban Apologist, Tampa Bay Times, Consequence of Sound and The...
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