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910 Skipper Road • Tampa FL 33613 • (813) 971-0666 • MAP
corner of Nebraska Avenue and Skipper Road • near USF • north of Fletcher • south of Bearss • east of 275
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Advance tickets FAQs are here.

All shows are rain or shine. The music venue is outdoors, with about half the audience area being covered, so dress appropriately. Sensible footware, please!

Unless otherwise noted, all shows at Skipper's are 21 and up with a valid ID or you must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Meaning that, yes, persons under 21 can attend if and only if they are accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.

Well-behaved children under 10 are free unless otherwise noted for that specific show; they must be accompanied by their legal parent or guardian unless otherwise noted for that specific show.

Other than service animals, dogs are not permitted in the concert area, in the restaurant or in the Oyster Bar. Plese leave the ferret/parrot/iguana/lemur/etc. at home.

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MAY 2015
 
  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE MAY 5

Mighty Mongo (REGGAE ROCK) Mongo is a 5-piece rock band full of happy people from Central Florida. We love touring and performing more than we love living - we spent our 2012 and 2013 summers on the Vans Warped Tour, and the winter of 2014 as support for Reel Big Fish on their "Don't Stop Skankin' Tour". We have an E.P, 2 full-length albums, and a new single "Comeback", all available on iTunes, Spotify, and pretty much any other service that streams music to the interweb. We've got a brand new album coming out at the end of summer 2015 featuring mucho mas musica. Musica grande! MUSICA MUSICA MUSICA!!!! Cheers and lady boners, friends - see you at the show!

Samantha Leigh (BLUES ROCK) With her bluesy-rock vocals and sexy, funky style, Samantha Leigh is a musical force to be reckoned with. Originally from the home of rock and roll, Cleveland, Ohio, Samantha grew up with a heavy rock and country influence. "I remember stealing my Mom's "Reba" and "Judds" tapes when I was little and putting on mini concerts in my bedroom." - Leigh She made her debut stage appearance at the age of 3 singing "Crazy" by Patsy Cline with her mother's country band "Buckshot". From then on, singing continued to be her passion. She entered vocal competitions and talent shows and in 2004, won first place in her city's Tri-School Idol. Since her move to Tampa, Florida in 2005, Samantha has hit the ground running, expanding her singing career in the Sunshine State. She has been lucky enough to make performing her full time job, working with numerous corporate bands and in shows all over the country. In 2007, Samantha was hand picked to compete in "Hollywood's Best New Talent" in Los Angeles, California where she placed top 10 in both country and contemporary categories.

No Pressure (JAZZ FUSION TRIO)

7PM $5

WED MAY 6

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAY 7

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

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FRI MAY 8

Gumbo Boogie Band (ZYDECO/ROCK) Emerging in 1995 as a primarily acoustic jug band with a Louisiana flavor, GBB band cranked up the beat and electrified in '97. They serve up a tasty musical stew with good time, street party, New Orleans-style dance music, strong on Zydeco, adding swampy rock tunes and classic rockers to keep the party moving.

8PM $5/8

SAT MAY 9

Shoeless Soul (JAZZY REGGAE FUSION POP) Sometime in the summer of 2010 Rene started frequenting the open mic @ the Dunedin Brewery armed with guitar and a pocketful of tunes. Not before too long he met Sladjan Vidic and the chemistry between the two was undeniable, and the project that is shoeless soul was born.After Justin Pearl Morakis' departure, Sladjan took over on bass, Dave Gerulat was added on drums. Dave's skillful rhytmic drumming style and on point backing vocals along with the soulful jazzy stylings of Mike Ratza on Saxophone, and impeccable Backing vocals have created a unique style that is shoeless soul. Their sound has been described as feel-good pop-fusion, jazzy-reggae jam or more recently “Prozac-Pop”. The bending of genres infused with tasteful jams and catchy chorus lines gives shoeless soul a tone that has yet to be replicated. The camaraderie is undeniable and evident in the playful musical banter and infectious smiles they display on stage.

Shevonne Tampa based Shevonne Philidor, began at the age of 5 and has always enjoyed being on the big stage. Spending 9 years in Entertainment Revue averaging 60 professional shows a year, performing for U.S. Presidents, over 200 conventions, charities & major sporting events. At age 13 she performed on “America’s Most Talented Kids”, at age 17 she won the NFAA National Scholarship in Musical Theater & left High School early to join the National Tour of “OZ the Musical”. She’s appeared in USA Today & is best known for her appearance on America's Got Talent.

Endless Flow a funkalicous project representing the never-ending exchange
of energy and love, using the language of music to paint pictures of harmony that
move the body and soul. With streams of four part harmonies and a diverse mix of
musical influence "Flow" creates a range of sounds that cross the spectrum from funk
and soul to orchestral-esque composition.

8PM $5

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SUN MAY 10

Dan McMillion & High Octane (BIG BAND/JAZZ) Trumpeter Dan McMillion hails from Detroit where he played in many jazz venues such as Bakers Keyboard Lounge where he backed Peggy Lee, Mel Torme, Joe Jones, June Christy, Carmen McRey. Dan made a tour of Japan with the famous Woody Herman Band. Dan has recorded 6 CD's on the Seabreeze Jazz label, and his “Got The Spirit” CD was Nominated for a Grammy in 2002...... Dan and his High Octane band have been featured if music magazine such as “Down Beat” “Jazz Times” “Jazz Improve” Dan McMillion & High Octane have played The Mobile Jazz Festival, The Clearwater Jazz Festival, The Orlando Jazz, The Sarasota Jazz Festival to name a few.

5PM $7/10

  CLOSED MONDAYS

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TUE MAY 12

Bruce Katz Band Bruce Katz is a four time (2008, 2009, 2010, 2015) Nominee for the Blues Music Award (W.C. Handy Award) for "Pinetop Perkins Piano Player of the Year", selected by the Blues Foundation of Memphis, TN. While Blues is a very important part of his music, Bruce's music has more angles and influences, occupying a unique space where blues, "soul-jazz", jam-band rock, and all aspects of Americana Music collide into a style of original music all his own. He is equally comfortable playing Hammond B-3 Organ and Piano. Besides leading the Bruce Katz Band, Bruce performs regularly with the Delbert McClinton Band, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, John Hammond, Maria Muldaur and other artists as well. He was a member of the Gregg Allman Band from 2007-2013. Over the past twenty five years, Bruce has been an in-demand sideman as well as leading his own band. He has played and recorded with many of the leading names in blues and roots music, appearing on over 70 albums with artists such as Ronnie Earl, John Hammond, Delbert McClinton, Gregg Allman, Duke Robillard, Joe Louis Walker, Little Milton, Maria Muldaur, Jimmy Witherspoon, Paul Rishell, Mighty Sam McClain, Debbie Davies, David ï¿¿Fatheadï¿¿ Newman and many others.

7PM $7/10

WED MAY 13

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAY 14

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

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FRI MAY 15

Trinity 7 (REGGAE) Trinity 7,led by bassist/singer Ras Meishak hailing from the hills of Jamaica, delivers authentic, roots reggae.Their original music carries on the message that reggae was founded on: a message of inspiration,revolution,transformation,hop e,unity & peace. As music runs through his veins, he is joined by his family who bring the rest of the music to life. Trinity 7 has shared the stage with many well known artists such as the Wailers,Culture & Stephen Marley. Their music has continuously proven to capture the attention of audiences worldwide. Trinity 7's 2010 release of their album Wild Fire, made an imprint upon the music scene, starting an ever growing fan base all over the globe. The songwriting talents of singers Ras Meishak & Arata concoct a healthy dose of observation. On Stop Him, Ras fortells that "our actions shape our destiny" & he is echoed by Arata's questioning frustration on Guns. Love is a Light chants on like a mantra, taking you on a journey until hope is renewed on Visions of Happiness. This kindling makes up Wild Fire. 2013's release, Resurrection Morning , continues the vision with the addition of acoustic elements that bring a feeling of intimate presence into the origin of Ras Meishak & Arata's writing. All music is now playing on many internet radio stations like Pandora, Last FM & Radio Airplay etc.. Trinity 7's unique sound ignites a new generation of reggae.

w/ Tropic Wave

8PM $7/10

SAT MAY 16

The Cheaters (CHICKS WHO ROCK POP) The Cheaters is a new group made up of members from two very popular local bands, Halcyon & Someday Souvenir. Steph Callahan, Tonya Floyd, Sandi Grecco, Chrissy DeRado,and Stephanie Wood have come together to form a powerful all star cover band that is quickly gaining momentum throughout the Southeast. Expect to hear fun, current, pop and rock songs performed by 5 mega talented ladies!

8PM $5

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SUN MAY 17

Mac Arnold & Plate Full of Blues (BLUES) Mac Arnold must have known at an early age that his music career would read like a “Who’s who” of Blues/R&B Legends. His high school band “J Floyd & The Shamrocks” were often joined by none other than Macon, Georgia native, James Brown on piano. After deciding to pursue a professional music career, he joined the Charles Miller group until 1965 when he made the move to Chicago to work with recording artist/saxophonist A. C. Reed. In late 1966, at age 24, came the opportunity of a lifetime to join the Muddy Waters Band and help shape the electric blues sound that inspired the rock and roll movement of the late 60’s and early 70’s. Regular guests of the band included Eric Clapton, Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloomfield, and Elvin Bishop. The Muddy Waters Band (as a unit) shared the stage with the likes of Howlin’ Wolfe, Elmore James, Jimmy Reed, Junior Wells, Big Joe Williams, and Big Mama Thornton just to name a few. During this time, Mac played on John Lee Hooker’s “live “album, Live at the Café Au Go-Go, as well as Otis Spann’s classic recording “The Blues is Where It’s At”. Mac now resides in Pelzer, SC, where at the age of ten he got his first taste of the blues when he learned to play his brother Leroy's home-made guitar. Going back to his roots, Mac is serving up a mess of Blues with his own band, “Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues”. The band consists of Austin Brashier on lead guitar and vocals, Max Hightower on keyboards, harmonica, rhythm guitar, bass and vocals, Scotty Hawkins on drums, and Mac Arnold on Slide and Rhythm Gas Can Guitars, vocals and bass. Mac is also an organic farmer and opened the Mac Arnold Plate Full O’ Blues Restaurant in Greenville, SC. The Blues Music Awards have taken notice of Mac Arnold over the past few years. Mac was on hand for the 31st annual Blues Music Awards held May 6, 2010 in Memphis. Mac accepted the award for Best Historical Album for his participation on the 1966 recording Muddy Waters - Authorized Bootleg: Live at the Fillmore Auditorium (Geffen Records) The recording was released in 2009.

5PM $7/10

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE MAY 19

The Bridge We are a unique, 6 piece Cover Band playing songs from the 60’s to current artists We combine a wide range of alternative, classic and funky sounds while bridging the gap between a rock concert and a truly interactive, crowd pleasing ‘Show’. Winners of TBTF’s Tech Jam Battle of the Bands 2014, The Bridge was recently invited to compete in a regional playoff qualifier by the Rock Hall of Fame and Museum and Inc. Media. Upon winning this qualifier, they will travel to the National annual competition to compete among some of the best non sponsored bands in the country for a spot in the Rock Hall of Fame! The Bridge originated as a corporate band, compiled of IT resources of all genres. After playing together a few times they realized they were much more than just talented Nerds, but a group beaming with soulful musicianship and an energy that just doesn’t compare.

7PM $5

WED MAY 20

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAY 21

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

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FRI MAY 22

Ari & the Alibis (ROCK) Formed in September of 2013 Ari and the Alibis have quickly made a name for themselves in the thriving Tampa Bay area music scene. Their sound stems from musically going everywhere they love to go. In their fast songs there are elements of Funk, Samba and Jazz. When they want to slow it down they play Blues and Soul with hints of Tango. This results in a journey of atmosphere that ranges from a New Orleans Parade to a Small Southern Juke Joint with many stops along the way.

w/ TBA

8PM $7/10

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SAT MAY 23

The Flying Balalaika Brothers (RUSSIAN GYPSY ROCK) The Original Flying Balalaika Brothers were formed in Los Angeles in 1995 by Zhenya Kolykhanov (a.k.a. Z Rock), the former lead guitarist of the Russion surf/rockabilly group Red Elvises. The group started as a street band and later transformed into the group Red Elvises; which had a large history of performing for clubs, motion pictures, and tv shows in California.
After Zhenya set up shop in Austin TX, he reestablished The Flying Balalaika Brothers. The band represents a blend of traditional world music and original musical pieces. The group has found a home in the musically rich culture in Austin TX.

8PM $7/10

SUN MAY 24

Coo Coo Ca Choo (BRITISH INVASION-ERA COVERS) Enjoy note-for-note recreations of '60s hits from the like of the Rolling Stones, Beach Boys and of course, The Beatles plus a smattering of '50s classics. coocoocachooband.com

Quivering Rhythm Hounds (ROCKIN BLUES/CLASSIC ROCK) A four piece band that personifies that old saying "still crazy after all these years." The band has been together since the winter of 1981 when Patrick "Mojo" Harpe and Scott "Pinetop" Peterson decided to leave their own respective bands to form what ultimately became The Quivering Rhythm Hounds. The Hounds specialize in easily identifiable Rockin' Blues and Classic Rock hits that are a sure bet to fill the dance floor. Even those folks not accustomed to shakin' their booties usually can't resist getting in on the fun! Toe tappers and hip swayers of all ages enjoy seeing and hearing The Quivering Rhythm Hounds perform.

Undercover Betty The all female line-up of UCB features 4 seasoned veterans. Rebecca Field, Connie Bonds, Kana Leimbach, and Carol "corky" Sarao. UnderCover Betty is a force to be reckoned with. These girls lay it down with the most veteran bands in the bay area. Musically as well as culturally diversified, this band rivals any national act in the business today. Four individual woman from three different nations banded together to create a unique and creative sound and that is what comes across at a ucb show. from their versatile cover ability to the smoking and catchy original songs, Ucb will leave you wanting more after each song. Duel front vocal ability and tight harmonies propel these girls to a level above most local acts. able to easily slide from hard rocking in your face energy to laid back and sensual. the band covers all the needs of its audience. quickly the band has garnered support from all types of fans that are just as diverse as the band itself.

5PM $10msd

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE MAY 26

TC Carr & Bolts of Blue ft Josh Nelms (BLUES) T.C. Carr is one of Florida's top musical artists. He has earned a reputation as one of the premier harmonica players in the United States and Europe. He is a Florida native and passionate singer songwriter. His strong lead vocals and unique harp work demand an audience's attention and he is a fan favorite wherever he plays. T.C. has established himself as one of Florida's best blues and Americana artists. He is one-of-a-kind, truly like nothing you've ever heard! MUSICAL STYLE: T.C. is a harp master who plays the blues with a passion few can express. Also he has the ability to play a mix of rock, soul, backstreet blues, country and bluegrass. T.C. has an imaginative harp style that changes to fit the time and a passionate vocal style that ranges from gruff blues shouting to soulful crooning. T.C.'s background includes almost as much country as it does blues. He is in great demand for studio work in commercials and to do CD projects. T.C. has shared the stage with such artists as: Big Jack Johnson, Bo Diddley, Bob Margolin, Bruce Hornsby, Charlie Daniels, Chick Willis, Chris Cain, Diamond Teeth Mary, Dickey Betts, Eddie Kirkland, Gary Primich, Gregg Allman, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Buffett, Jon McEwen, Kim Wilson, Lucky Peterson, Mama's Pride, Marshall Tucker Band, Melanie, Mike Pinera, Orleans, Sterling Mcgee (AKA Mr. Satan), Steve Cropper, Steve Tyler, Susan Tedeschi, Vassar Clements and Vince Gill. HAPPENINGS: T.C. was featured in the National Geographic film The Body Snatchers. The acting role playing himself as a malaria victim features footage of T.C. and his band playing on Pass-A-Grille beach and in London as T.C. is filmed with the beginning stages of malaria in his home to the brink of death in the hospital. This film brings malaria to the doorstep of America and opens new ground for T.C. as an actor.

7PM FREE

WED MAY 27

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAY 28

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

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FRI MAY 29

Thomas Wynn & the Believers (ROCK/BLUES) Southern Rock Muscle ~ Soulful Rock n' Blues" A combination of blistering rock and southern soul, sibling-led Thomas Wynn and The Believers is a 6-piece fiery ensemble dubbed by Soundboard as "Southern Rock Muscle ~ Soulful Rock n' Blues." Gibson-sponsored from Orlando, Florida, TW&TB is known for their powerful LIVE performances playing the original music circuit and making "believers" wherever they go. The band personifies a new era that truly crosses generations with just really, really, really good music. If you like Tom Petty, The Band, The Black Crowes, CCR & Pink Floyd, you'll love The Believers! For the sixth consecutive year, Thomas Wynn and The Believers repeatedly reigns as Central Florida's #1 Rock Band. Orlando Weekly's Best of Orlando Readers' Choice again crowned TW&TB as their Rock favorite (plus #1 Folk/Country Band and #2 singer-songwriter accolades for the band's namesake TW.) Wynn's spirit-moving vocals, passionate lyrics, and emotional delivery are uniquely supported by sister Olivia's engaging and captivating voice and presence. Her strong vocal harmonies (the other lead) and wide-eyed response is the perfect companion to her brother's yearning banshee cries. The duo calls their perfect blend "blood harmonies"; the press calls the tandem thunder "their secret weapon." Backed by an explosive tight band, they've crafted a new vein of rock -- gritty, yet pure uplifting Soul Rock, a mixture of the classics, R&B and gospel -- creating a sound that has an identity of its own. Georgia Music Hall Of Famer Alan Walden says, "One of the newest, brightest, tightest, smoothest, most energetic bands to ever come through." Reax Music Magazine states "For once, you have a Florida band that is truly Florida. They look like Florida, they sound like Florida - with a touch of Molly Hatchett, The Band, Neil Young, and The Black Crowes. Not fad hipster, not transplant Florida, but Florida Florida. These guys are on the leading edge of creating a new southern rock scene." Best New Bands writes, "They embody everything authentic and raw."

w/ Hannah Harber (FOLK/AMERICANA) North Florida native, New Orleans transplant, now Orlando Folk/Americana Singer, Songwriter, guitarist Hannah Harber draws her inspiration from artists such as Patty Griffin, Susan Tedeschi, Gillian Welch, The Avett Brothers, Townes Van Zandt... as well as anyone who has ever crafted a story and conveyed it with emotion. In early 2013 Hannah Harber released a 7 song EP entitled Be Free which showcased her honey smooth yet subtly smokey voice and her ability to write a song that can transport the listener to a dusty street in an old town, a lonely night time down pour, the breaking free point of a relationship, to how it feels to be haunted by a past you can't break away from. Since the release of Be Free, Hannah has spent time touring the great American south playing in some of her favorite cities...New Orleans, Asheville, Athens, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Gainesville, Orlando, and Tampa, sharing the stage with nationally touring Americana artists like Della Mae, Ben Taylor, and The David Mayfield Parade.

8PM $10/13

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SAT MAY 30

Come Back Alice (SOUTHERN GYPSY FUNK) Come Back Alice is a Southern Gypsy Funk band. Soulful Vocals, melodic guitars, baroque style violin and funky bass & drums make up the heart of CBA’s sound. Tony Tyler (lead vocals/guitar/B3 organ), a native of Dublin, GA, began making music at the tender age of 3. With a father in the music business, it was simply in his genes, inspiring him to sing and play drums like his dad. By age 12, he was given his first guitar, and after hearing Duane Allman play slide, his focus soon shifted to fronting and leading his own band. Tony is an accomplished multi-insturmentalist with a vocal range and style that tops off his many exceptional talents. As front man for Come Back Alice, Tony brings this talent to the stage for all to enjoy. Dani Jaye (harmony vocals, violin, guitar) began her life on horseback. Her enormous passion for animals and competitive riding kept her busy through high school, but it was music that brought her true happiness and a strong sense of destiny. The gift of a violin from her aunt at age 13 planted the seed for her enveloping love of music, making her into the music power house she is today. Dani's sweet yet devilish stage presence matched by her intense fiddle styling captivates all who witness her performances. A jack of all trades, a master of 3; engineering, snowboarding, and bass. John was always musically inclined, and at the age of 19 found his instrument in the bass. A rambler, John has since traveled across the country, and spent 3 years off and on in Colorado. He attained a level 2 snowboard instructor certification, and enjoyed his time in the rockies as a jeep guide in the Elk Mountains and a raft guide on the Colorado and Roaring Fork rivers. He has since achieved a degree in engineering from UCF, and moved back home to lay mind melting, face shattering, earth quaking bass lines with CBA. His influences include Les Claypool, Jaco Pastorious, Allen Woody, Paul McCartney, James Jamerson, and Aston "Family Man" Barrett. Yral Morris, a native of Miami FL, has a playing style that is deeply rooted in gospel and jazz. First picking up the sticks at the age of 2, he was certain from the beginning that his calling was to make music. “Being on stage is indescribable. It's really unlike any feeling you could have, there are no words to describe it. A dream come true to be honest.” He brings to Come Back Alice a rock solid foundation that makes everyone in the room start to groove. “If you ain’t movin’ and groovin’ I’m not doing my job.”

The Groove Orient (FUNK/JAM) The Groove Orient is a fast-rising, high-intensity music group that cannot be quantified within the confines of just one genre. Sharpened and polished within the growing Orlando music scene, this six member group forms a singular unit, bonded by creative passion and a relentless pursuit of musical excellence. Each member of the band brings his own unique background, providing a diverse—yet balanced—sound. Within this balance is an attacking mindset, as TGO strives to invigorate its audience, no matter the venue. As a regional act, TGO has had the opportunity to perform in numerous cities and venues, providing them with meaningful cultural feedback and continuous growth and development. Named the best experimental act in Orlando by Orlando Weekly, TGO has performed at the House of Blues, Earthday Birthday, the Florida Citrus Bowl and the Florida Music Festival. With the release of their debut EP Welcome to the Show, TGO has been featured in Relix Magazine’s 40th Anniversary issue, further solidifying their status as a rising power in the music scene. With their sights set on rapid expansion, TGO plans to continue traveling unmarked territory across the U.S., with the plan of bringing their act to the masses.

8PM $10/13

SUN MAY 31
JUNE 2015
  CLOSED MONDAYS
TUE JUN 2

WED JUN 3

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU JUN 4

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

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FRI JUN 5

New Orleans Suspects

w/ TBA

8PM $10/13

SAT JUN 6

Suncoast Blues Society's Anniversary Party

Shawn Holt & the Teardrops

8PM

SUN JUN 7

 

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE JUN 9

Dave Jordan Band

7PM $5

WED JUN 10

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU JUN 11

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

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FRI JUN 12

Damon Fowler Group

w/ TBA

8PM $10/13

SAT JUN 13

WMNF Presents: The British Are Coming

7PM $12/15

SUN JUN 14

KREWESTOCK

  CLOSED MONDAYS
TUE JUN 16

WED JUN 17

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU JUN 18

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

FRI JUN 19
SAT JUN 20

SUN JUN 21

Organs for Organs

5PM

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE JUN 23

Tuesday Bluesday

TC Carr & the Bolts of Blue ft Josh Nelms

FREE

WED JUN 24

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU JUN 25

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

FRI JUN 26

Come Back Alice

w/ Wild Adriatic

8PM $10/13

SAT JUN 27

SUN JUN 28

The Nace Brothers

w/ TBA

5PM

  CLOSED MONDAYS
TUE JUN 30

 




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