Kaleigh Baker and Someday Honey headline the 'Front Porch' at Orlando's Plaza Live on Thursday

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Update on the update from the Plaza: The show as been rescheduled for April 22.

Update from the Plaza:
“Today's weather forecast is 60 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms in the evening. Out of an abundance of caution, we feel it best to cancel tonight's Front Porch concert with Kaleigh Baker and Someday Honey. The concert has been rescheduled to Thursday April 22. Tickets for tonight's show will be honored.”



Kaleigh Baker’s
famous around here for good reason. But seeing this Orlando-bred force of nature in the band context of St. Pete-based Someday Honey is an interesting setting.

Fear not, Kaleigh heads, she still gets plenty of spotlight — there’s no practical or even justifiable way to tame her horsepower.
Someday Honey - BAO LE-HUU
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What happens in Someday Honey, however, is that even more influences are allowed into the mix to make for an especially eclectic mélange.



The performance I saw last year at the Dr. Phillips Center’s AMP’d Series, for example, showed wide range that embraced country, rock, soul and blues, including covers from the sundry likes of Buck Owens, the Temptations and Tom Waits. All of it was played with skill, love and spirit.
Someday Honey - BAO LE-HUU
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Someday Honey headline this week's edition of the Plaza Live’s outdoor and distanced Front Porch Series on Thursday, Feb. 11. Show opens at 6 p.m, and tickets are still available.

If you go out, respect everyone’s distance, for all our sakes.


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