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    Apr6

    THIRD Street Songwriter's Festival

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    Down Town Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, LA

    The Third Street Songwriter’s Festival is an annual event in downtown Baton Rouge. The event features local, regional, and national songwriters. The day begins with an industry panel of Nashville professionals representing publishing companies, PROs, and songwriter organizations such as NSAI and is followed by a listening panel. The participating songwriters will be able to perform and have their songs critiqued by the professional panel. This portion of the event is a great asset for our local aspiring songwriters. The rest of the evening and night is filled with music for the music lover in all of us! It will consist of songwriter rounds in traditional Nashville-style at participating venues along 3rd Street and a hit-writer showcase at the Manship Theatre. All events will feature live, original music and celebrate the songwriters.

    Mar23

    Gulf Breeze Celebrates 25th Annual Arts Festival

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    Gulf Breeze High School, 675 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf Breeze, Florida 32561

    We will playing on the main stage from 1 to 2 pm. The City of Gulf Breeze and Gulf Breeze Arts, Inc. (GBA) will present the 24th Annual Fine Arts Festival “Gulf Breeze Celebrates the Arts.” The Festival is a juried fine arts and fine crafts festival that brings together quality local, regional, and national artists to Gulf Breeze, Florida. The two-day family event is free to the public and includes over 140 artists.

    Mar17

    Smokin in The Square

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    Community Maritime Park, 301 West Main Street, Pensacola, Florida

    William Lake and Bill Crouch make up the dynamic and musically diverse duo called W.B. and the Geezers. They are a Florida-based band that’s rising faster than the tide with their latest album, You See Old, I See History. The album is a follow-up to their 2014 EP, Don’t Want to Dream. Their music is more eclectic and well blended than the exotic tropical drinks they sip. Even the younger generation is beginning to discover that these two older dudes are pretty cool and super-talented. Now W.B. and the Geezers have begun to ransack the “Redneck Riviera” with You See Old, I See History. The twelve tracks on the album are a stylistic collision of Caribbean, honky-tonk and contemporary country.

    This band will be performing Sunday Only at Battle of the Badges from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.