11/13 Clem McGillicutty and the Burnouts @ Lil Indies, 9 p.m. (folk punk)
11/13 A Night at the Opera @ Tiedtke Concert Hall, Winter Park, 7:30 p.m.
11/14 Buster Keaton and Friends @ Tanqueray’s, 10:30 p.m.(funky jazzy souly hip-hop)
11/15 Is It Over Yet? Zine Release party featuring Hussy, Permanent Makeup, Wet Nurse, Pop Nazi @ the Space, 9 p.m. (technically no cover, but if you have dollars, give Permanent Makeup some gas $$$)
11/15 DJ Operatic @ Thee Grotto, 10 p.m. (darkwave/industrial)
11/15 Scott Forbes @ Dandelion Communitea Café, 8 p.m. (acoustic)
11/15 The Actomatics @ Orlando Brewing, 9 p.m. (roots & rock)
11/16 Steam Punk Party with the Cog Is Dead @ Little Fish Huge Pond, Sanford, 10 p.m. (jangly drama)
11/16 Third Stone from the Sun – a Jimi Hendrix Exploration @ the Alley, Sanford, 9 p.m. (guitars duh)
11/16 Tronic Nerdapalooza Farewell Benefit Show featuring DJ RoboRob, Random Encounter, Marc with a C, DJ Cylon @ the Geek Easy, 9 p.m. (I know.)
11/17 Suga Wack @ Timucua White House, 7:30 p.m. (jazz)
11/18 Absinthe and Friends @ Lil Indies, 10 p.m. (more jazz)
11/18 Rabbit Rabbit @ Timucua White House, 7:30 p.m. (powerpop)
11/18 Everyday Is Like Monday @ Sandwich Bar, 7 p.m. (covers and originals)
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