Tampa Bay's live music Monday includes a Skynyrd movie and Mouth Reader

FayRoy, Bushi, Marlon Boone and Love Alive, too.

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✔️ Listen Up Film Series: If I Leave Here Tomorrow If you’ve ever wondered about the real stories behind Lynyrd Skynyrd’s band name, Ronnie Van Zandt’s feud with the Mick Jagger, the Floridian “Hell House” or the unheard details of the that 1977 plane crash, then you’ll probably want to check out the new, Stephen Kijak-directed documentary, If I Leave Here Tomorrow: A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd  (guitarist guitarist Gary Rossington pretty much spills the beans on all of it). Lucky for you, Daddy Kool Records has teamed up with Et Cultura St Pete to create a monthly film series that’ll show the movie on Monday. Free tickets for the Hideaway Café screening are being doled out at Daddy Kool Records on a first-come, first-served basis. (Hideaway Café, St. Petersburg) INFO

FayRoy circle back home, ponder the future on new LP, Heaven at Twenty-Seven — listen

✔️ Mouth Reader w/Fayroy/Bushi Kersey Williams’ experimental-folk project Bushi isn’t one that you get to see in Tampa very often, but this visit from Mouth Reader is a pretty damn good reason to make the trek from St. Pete. The Murfreesboro, Tennessee band is one of the highlights of Nashville’s absolutely thriving rock and roll scene, and it arrives in Seminole Heights with a series of fuzzed-out, dreamy garage-pop singles (“Crying On Me,” “Eyes Sink” for starters) in tow. No telling if the band will have any of the hand-cut vinyl it pressed with indie-imprint Funky Frankenstein on hand, but getting to see Kyle Frary lead Mouth Readers at such an intimate show is worth the price of admission ($5) alone. FayRoy — which released one of CL’s favorite local albums of 2017 — opens the show, too. (Microgroove, Ybor City) INFO


Fundraiser Night to Benefit Girls Rock Camp (Cappy's Pizzeria, Tampa Palms) INFO

Beyond The Jazz Mondays w/Marlon Boone/Andrew Lewis (Jazz House Supper Club, Tampa) INFO

Love Alive Concert & Music Video Shoot (Ringside Café, 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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