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Courtesy of Kwaku AlstonCharlie Wilson performs at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa on Thursday.

Music Planner: St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Don't Stop St. Pete, Charlie Wilson

SOUL REBELS: St. Paul and the Broken Bones For Paul Janeway, a man who almost became a preacher and accountant before settling on life as a rock star, playing Elton John's Oscar party was pretty surreal. "I've never been in a room with that kind of money, so it was very uncomfortable for me," said the singer for St …


  1. In rare interview, Bob Dylan holds forth on Frank Sinatra, Joan Baez, Minnesota and his hair

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    An old rock-and-roll legend has it that Bob Dylan and George Harrison were supposed to record with Elvis Presley, but The King was a no-show. As Dylan tells it, though, Presley "did show up, it was us that didn't."

    Bob Dylan performs at  the 21st edition of the Vieilles Charrues music festival on July 22, 2012, in Carhaix-Plouguer, western France. [Fred Tanneau | AFP | Getty Images]
  2. Looking Back: Tony Orlando kissed and kissed and kissed the girls (February 22, 1978)

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    This story appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on February 22, 1978. What follows is the text of the original story, interspersed with photos of the event taken by Times staff photographer Jackie Greene.

  3. Music Planner: St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Don't Stop St. Pete, Charlie Wilson

    Music & Concerts

    SOUL REBELS: St. Paul and the Broken Bones

    Courtesy of Kwaku Alston
  4. Happy Birthday, maestro Anton Coppola. A look back at 100 years.


    We're going to need a bigger cake. An operatically-sized cake, you could say.

    Maestro Anton Coppola will celebrate his 100th birthday by conducting a concert of his own compositions at the Straz on Saturday.
  5. Play the Game: Brian May announces Queen Monopoly


    We haven’t played Monopoly in years, but that might have to change soon. Queen guitarist Brian May has revealed there’s a new Queen Monopoly game in the works. The board game should be available in May.

  6. Adam Ant’s ‘Anthems: The Singles Tour’ to start in Florida


    Maybe Adam Ant is considering buying a home in Florida? (He did recently live anonymously in rural Tennessee.) His newly announced “Anthems: The Singles Tour” begins with four stops in Florida (including a Sept. 8 …

  7. The Eagles reunite for festivals with Fleetwood Mac, Journey


    The Eagles crowed about never performing again after the death of Glenn Frey, but they’ve changed their minds already. The Eagles will join

  8. Depeche Mode really hates Richard Spencer


    Not that Richard Spencer, the white nationalist leader who finds himself being punched out on camera these days, needs any more enemies, but he has them now in the form of Depeche Mode.

  9. Music Planner: Busch Gardens gets wistful with Jason Isbell, John Hiatt; Obituary comes home

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    LYRICAL LOVE: Jason Isbell and John Hiatt

    Jason Isbell is performing Sunday, March 19, at Busch Gardens’ Food and Wine Festival.
  10. Once a quirky idea, the Florida Björkestra stirs a minor musical sensation in St. Petersburg

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    Colleen Cherry rolled up to Jeremy Douglass with an idea.

    Vocalist Jamie Perlow, a member of the  Florida Bjorkestra, rehearse, Monday, 3/13/17, for the groups upcoming concert at the Palladium Theater in St. Petersburg.