Tampa Bay live music Wednesday with Chris Isaak and more

Anthony Gomes is at The Attic.


✔️= Critic's Pick

✔️ Chris Isaak The holidays probably mean just a little bit more for Chris Isaak this year. The 62-year-old, super-suave songwriter and actor is a native of Stockton, California and his keyboard player recently had a home spared by the wildfire that ravaged the Golden State last month. Expect the gratitude to be tangible and definitely count on fan favorites like “Wicked Game,” “Forever Blue,” and “Baby Did A Bad, Bad Thing” to be on the agenda for this show,. Do know, however, that this is a holiday tour, so seasonal songs like “Blue Christmas” and “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” will be played along with stuff from Isaak’s ‘04 holiday album, cleverly titled Christmas. (Capitol Theatre, Clearwater) INFO

Charlie Brown Christmas If you’re feeling especially yuletide-y on Wednesday, then you may want to consider getting to Ruth Eckerd early for the 7 p.m. performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas. Don’t act like you don’t know the words to “Linus And Lucy,” dude. (Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater) INFO


Palladium Chamber Players (Hough Hall at Palladium Theater, St. Petersburg) INFO

Anthony Gomes w/Shaw Davis & the Black Ties (The Attic at Rock Brothers Brewing, Ybor City) INFO

Voodoo Visionary (Ringside Café, St. Petersburg) INFO

Phil Provenzano and the Jazz Experience (The Blue Note, Tampa) INFO

Florida Orchestra Brass Quintet (Sundial, St. Petersburg) INFO

December 12, Claiborne Shepard (Orbit 19 Lounge, Tampa) INFO

December 12, Andrew Kasab (Black Crow Coffee Co., St. Petersburg) INFO



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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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