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The Tempests performing live at the Firestone Grand Prix on March 29, 2010. The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is a Verizon IndyCar Series race and is located at 1 Beach Drive Southeast, 42, in St. Petersburg, Florida. The photograph, from…

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Flyer for a concert for the band, The Tempests on March 12, 1966. The dance was held at The Village, located at 3003 Cypress Street in Tampa, Florida. The Tempests were formed in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1963, when the members were just 12 and 13…

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Flyer for a concert for The Shangri-Las and The Tempests at Mason's Hall. The "Teen Seen," which was located on the West End Buffalo Avenue Bridge in Tampa, Florida, on March 26, 1966. The flyer features a photograph of The Shangri-Las, a New…

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Color photograph of the band, The Tempests, performing live at Surfer's Club in 1966. Surfer's Club was a teenage nightclub in the 1960s, located at 14966 Gulf Boulevard, in Madeira Beach, Florida. The club, which opened in July 1964 and closed in…

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The Tempests, featuring the band's original lineup performing live at The Joker's Club, located at 3615 37th Street North in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1964. The photograph, from left to right, features Tommy Angarano, Bobby Allen, Bill Hickman,…

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The Tempests performing live at the National Guard Armory, located at 3601 38th Avenue South in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1966. The first photograph, from left to right, features Roy Delese, Tommy Angarano, Mike Hammer, Buddy Peterson, Brad Myers…

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A newspaper photograph from The Tampa Times on January 4, 1968, describing a concert with the bands The Tropics and The Rascals. In this photograph, a large banner hangs from the upper level that reads, "WORLD TEENAGE SHOW 1966 TOP CHAMPIONS," and…

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The Tropics, a Tampa-based band, with legendary soul performer, James Brown, at a private sorority party in Tampa in 1966. The Tropics, also known as "The Bitchin' Red Band" when performing on the Pier in Cocoa Beach, were founded in 1964 in Tampa,…

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Beeb$ and Her Money Makers performing live at Vans Warped Tour at The Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts, on July 13, 2014. From left to right, the photograph features saxophonist Eric Christian, an unidentified person dressed in a hot dog…

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Beeb$ and Her Money Makers at the group's CD release party at The Beacham Theater in Downtown Orlando, Florida, on . The first two photographs feature kazoo player and vocalist Michelle Beebs and the third photographs shows bassist Levon White.Led by…

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Beeb$ and Her Money Makers performing live at Hard Rock Live Orlando in Orlando, Florida, on April 1, 2011. The first photograph features bassist Levon White and kazoo player and vocalist Michelle Beebs and the second photographs shows saxophonist…

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Michelle Beebs performing live with Beeb$ and Her Money Makers at E.L.L.A. Music Fest at H2O Live!, located at 100 West Livingston Street in Downtown Orlando, Florida, on November 3, 2012. The E.L.L.A. Music Festival, which stands for…

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The Legendary JC's performing live at Ralphfest 2 at The Beacham Theater, located at 46 North Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando, Florida, on November 24, 2012. The Legendary JC’s, also known as The Joint Chiefs, are an R&B/soul/funk/blues band…

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A collection of ticket stubs and press passes from Orlando radio personality, Mick Dolan. The items are collectively mounted and framed, along with several guitar picks, business cards and stickers. Some of the ticket stubs include Twisted Sister at…

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An audio recording of "Blues in the Key of Page," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained…

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An audio recording of "Blues for Brad," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained active…

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An audio recording of "Thinking of You," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained active…

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An audio recording of "Blues for Alvin," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained active…

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An audio recording of "Bistro Stomp," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained active until…

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An audio recording of "Carrie," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained active until his…

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An audio recording of "Blues in the Key of Page," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained…

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An audio recording of "Stepping," composed and performed by Nathen Page (1937-2003) live on-air on WUCF-FM on June 23, 2000. Page was an American guitarist from West Virginia who moved to Central Florida in 1979, where he remained active until his…

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A ticket stub for Rock Super Bowl V, featuring Jimmy Buffett (b. 1946) and The Coral Reefer Band, The Steve Miller Band, The Little River Band, Randy Meisner (b. 1946), and South Paw, at the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida. The concert took place…

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A ticket stub for a concert featuring Edgar Winter (b. 1946) at the Orlando Sports Stadium, which was also known as the Eddie Graham Sports Complex. Edgar Winter is multi-instrumentalist American musician whose music encompasses many genres,…

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A ticket stub for a concert featuring the Bob Seger System at the Orlando Sports Stadium, which was also known as the Eddie Graham Sports Complex. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Bob Seger is an American rock musician from Michigan who…

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The 10th Annual Unity Heritage Festival, held at Shady Park, on the corner of South Pennsylvania Avenue and West New England Avenue, in Hannibal Square in Winter Park, Florida, in 2012. The festival is held annual on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, as…