Newspaper article The Florida Times Union


Newspaper article The Florida Times Union


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Outlaw country artist Willie Heath Neal of Atlanta will play tonight at Club TSI, 333 E. Bay St. in downtown Jacksonville.

In an era of pop-driven, polished country music, a little outlaw flavor might be a welcomed change. He has his own albums, including "Out of Highway" from 2009, but it's also no small deal that Hank Williams III is recording one of his songs.

Doors open at 8 p.m., and the opening acts are Chris and Scott Metts, also from Atlanta; and Laurel Lee and the Escapees, Christina Wagner and Zeke of Jacksonville.

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March 24-27

The Avett Brothers, the David Grisman Sextet, Donna the Buffalo and Steep Canyon Rangers are among the more than 30 acts set to perform during the 15th annual Suwannee Springfest on March 24-27 at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak.

Others acts scheduled to play at the grassroots Americana event include Jesse McReynolds, Travelin' McCourys with The Lee Boys, Jim Lauderdale and the Mosier Brothers.

Two Jacksonville bands, Amy Hendrickson and the Prime Directive and Grandpa's Cough Medicine, will also be there.

Early bird tickets, covering all three days and including camping, are on sale for $125 through Jan. 31; the price jumps to $150 from February to March 15, then $165 from March 16-23. At the gate, three-day passes are $180. Single-day tickets are $50, Thursday; $65, Friday; $75, Saturday; and $50, Sunday.

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A group of Jacksonville musicians and artists have banded together to record an album benefiting Hope Haven Children's Clinic.

A listening party for the album, "The Days Run Away Like Children: 5ive Songs for 5ive Points," will be from 9 to 11 p. …

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