It’s the Music! Wednesday
All Souls Edition
Our beloved Scott Elliott is battling cancer right now. There is a gofundme set up for him to help with expenses, since he can’t work as he undergoes treatments. If you can donate, he and all of us would be very grateful. If you can’t donate, you can send him get well wishes on the All Souls FB page.
On Wednesdays Scott Elliott gives “It’s the Music!” the All-Souls twist. Music and passion from all over the world, crossing all genres, plus the Project Catwalk and Purple Wednesdays (celebrating Prince’s legacy)! You have be ready for a wild ride musically, for your ears are going to get a fabulous workout!! Also, check him out singing with is local band, Talk To Mark!!
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All Souls Edition
Isley Brothers Mahaffey Theater 12/19/19 7:30PM (ALL SOULS ONLY)
only 1 available
FOR ALL SOULS ONLY
For more than 60 years, The Isley Brothers have received acclaim as “the rocking soulful legends who started it all.” The iconic Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees and Grammy® award-winning artists have brought the inspiring sounds of soul and classic R&B. This tour celebrates 60 years of the brothers’ first gold single, “Shout,” which is a frequently covered classic. Award-winning soul-singer Ronald Isley and guitarist extraordinaire Ernie Isley share the stage in this celebration. The Isley Brothers started out as a gospel group and their music moved from gritty R&B to Motown soul to blistering funk. They have three top ten hits and numerous top ten R&B hits, including “That Lady,” “Twist and Shout,” “It’s Your Thing,” and “This Old Heart of Mine.” Go can get these tickets by joining the Circle of Friends at $10.00 a month.
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Originally from NYC, Scott is a veteran vocalist, songwriter, actor & poet who has worked with some of the best in the business, including Lionel Hampton, Ryo Kawasaki, Jocelyn Brown, Taka Boom, Sharon Redd, Carrie Ann Inaba, Robin Hatchett, John Ambrosini. He fronted the 90's NY indie funk/rock band Absolute Zero and Sarasota-based party band, PFM, and now is a featured lead vocalist for local indie band, Talk To Mark and is a solo artist in his own right. A club DJ, he has spun in many clubs and private events both in Manhattan and the Tampa Bay area. Having served on many active boards in Tampa Bay, including The Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation, he currently serves on the Events
Planning Committee for St. Petersburg First Night. By the way, Scott, along with Pamela Robinson, produces the WMNF Annual Junteenth Jubilee!!!