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Area musicians
Local music scene

A free service from the shop
available to musicians and performers
who live or play in Central Florida.
To have your gig or show posted here
please email us the details and we'll post it.
The more advance notice, the better.

The musicians listed here may have updates by email.
To recieve notice from a musician listed here
please let me know.

updated Thursday, October 3, 2002

these listings are divided between
upcoming and ongoing events

u p c o m i n g

Mike Runion
two shows  *
Saturday October 5 & Friday October 11
All That Jazz Cafe 6 - 9pm
        All That Jazz Cafe is located on U.S.1 in Cocoa, about three (3) miles north of State Road 520, just a short way south of Michigan Ave. It's in a strip mall located right next to the railroad tracks on the west side of U.S.1. Food, beer, wine, coffee, and tea are available there. You can check out Mike at

*not a usual listing *

Scotty J, guitarist from 'Quarterbone' informs the shop that
Rocky D'Andrea was in an accident and was badly injured. Anyone
wishing further information can go to



o n g o i n g
The Dick and Dale ShowTuesdays  Falcon's Roost  8:30-Close
The "Dick and Dale Show" is an open-mic and jam session hosted by two guys, Dick and Dale. 
Falcon's Roost is located in the Publix shopping center on State Road 3 in Merritt Island. West side of the road, north of Blockbuster Video, south of Target/Eckerd Drugs, across the street from Winn Dixie. Quite a many veterans of the KoolBeanz Coffeehouse have been here in recent weeks, including 'QuickChange', the two guys responsible for "The Whale Song", and the band 'Big Fat Nuggets of Krippie', both groups having also played at this years "Jerry Daze" show in Cocoa Beach. 
Scotty J & Ocean Breeze Band Sundays Ocean Breeze Bar 2 - 6pm
Beach Front Diner is located on State Road A1A in Melbourne,
right next to Wendy's. Scotty J is the lead guitarist of the
local group "Quaterbone". You can check out Quarterbone's website