Locals Only

Sunday, July 15, 2012

 

  • The Supervillains (Orlando) – Drinkin’ Tonight (Postcards From Paradise)
    • Friday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Kayavibes, The Crazy Carls, Shotgun Diplomacy, Naked Jane
  • Naked Jane (Gainesville) – Finally (Get Naked!)
    • Friday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Supervillains, Kayavibes, The Crazy Carls, Shotgun Diplomacy
  • Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves (Gainesville) – No Exception (Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves)
    • Saturday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Grabass Charlestons, The Future Now, Snakehealers
  • Grabass Charlestons (Gainesville) – Misery Loves Company (Ask Mark Twain)
    • Saturday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves, The Future Now, Snakehealers
  • Against All Authority (Miami) – All Fall Down
    • 1998: All Fall Down
  • Radon (Gainesville) – Facial Disobedience
    • 1992: Radon 7”
  • The Ones To Blame (Gainesville) – Radon (Better Times)
    • Friday at The Atlantic: plus more tba
  • Snakehealers (Gainesville) – Secondhand Blues
    • Saturday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves, Grabass Charlestons, The Future Now
  • Mudcrutch (Gainesville) – Up In Mississippi Tonight
    • First single, 1971, available on Playback
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd (Jacksonville) – Need All My Friends
    • B-side of first single (‘Michelle’), 1968, available on Collectybles
  • The Future Now (Gainesville) – Ghost Cousins (Hazy Orange Sunday)
    • Saturday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves, Grabass Charlestons, Snakehealers
  • Fick (Gainesville) – Taking The Controls (Futureshock)
    • Friday at 1982 Bar: Zechs Marquis, And So I Watch You From Afar, The Bends
  • The Holy Shits (Gainesville) – Jim Beam Floats
    • Sunday at 1982 Bar: Potluck, the Gathering
  • Shotgun Diplomacy (Gainesville) – The Rather Perplexingly Unfortunate Case of Neil Das (Try Our Product)
    • Friday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Supervillains, Kayavibes, The Crazy Carls, Naked Jane
  • BlasfoME (Gainesville) – Verbal Penicillin
    • Thursday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): NAPPY ROOTS / The Messenger & Robzilla / Fat Wala / Pinemount Kings / Trayne / Rezza
  • The Messenger & DJ Robzilla (Gainesville) – Looking Forward
    • Thursday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): NAPPY ROOTS / The Messenger & Robzilla / BlastfoME / Fat Wala / Pinemount Kings / Trayne / Rezza
  • Armageddon III (Palatka) – Nothing Can Save You
    • Saturday at Backstage Lounge: Ring of Scars, Vital Pain
  • Ghost Fields (Gainesville) – The Thing
    • Monday at The Atlantic: Levek, MSNRA, Jazz Prison
  • The Crazy Carls (Orlando) – Ocean Floor (Just My Type)
    • Friday at Double Down Live – One Year Anniversary Week (changing name to HIGH DIVE): Supervillains, Kayavibes, Shotgun Diplomacy, Naked Jane
  • Levek (Gainesville) – Look On The Bright Side (Levek)
    • Monday at The Atlantic: MSNRA, Ghost Fields, Jazz Prison
  • Outlaws (Tampa) – Green Grass & High Tides
    • 1975 debut album, Outlaws;
    • The band was the first act signed to Arista Records under Clive Davis.
    • Davis was in the audience at a show in 1974 where the band was opening for Lynyrd Skynyrd in Columbia, South Carolina. At the end of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s set, lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant said from the stage: “If you don’t sign the Outlaws, you’re the dumbest music person I’ve ever met—and I know you’re not.”
    • Outlaws founding member Henry Paul told Songfacts that this song is not about marijuana, but about deceased rock and roll luminaries, and the title, he says, was taken from the 1966 “Best Of” collection by the Rolling Stones called Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass).
  • Owl Stretching (Pompano Beach) – All At Once
    • New project by Bieler Bros. Records founder and former Saigon Kick guitarist, Jason Bieler
  • Saigon Kick (Coral Springs) – What You Say
    • From their 1991 self-titled debut on Atlantic Records
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