Hoots & Hellmouth tonight at Skipper's Smokehouse in Tampa

Editor's note: This just in from B. Treotch, who will be reviewing tonight's show.

With just enough post-election buzz, feel-good Americana left in the air, Philly's Hoots & Hellouth is bringing their style of lively alt-country — juiced with a dose of gospel revivalism — to Skipper’s Smokehouse tonight for a gig that starts at 8 p.m..  Atheists relax. There will be no saying of grace and plenty of beer.  Founded by guitarists Sean Hoots and Andrew "Hellmouth" Gray, who along with Rob Berliner on mandolin and a rotating cast on upright bass and drums, are already well known for their spirited live performances.

The opener is reason alone, Bradenton's Have Gun, Will Travel is the top alt-country band in the region.

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