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thursday january 25

The Queers and the Heart attacks

How about some old school punk?

Jack Rabbits - $10 Info: 398-7496

jOHn MayEr

john Mayer

Even the pros say good things about Mayer; “He can play my

music, he can play Stevie Ray Vaughan, he can play Hendrix, he

can play everybody. Right now he’s on top, and he’s got a good

head on him. Let’s put it this way: He can get down.” -Buddy Guy,

Rolling Stone. Check him out for yourselves at the Jacksonville

Veterans Memorial Arena – 7:30 pm Info: 630-3900

I Can’t Stop Loving you

A sensational song and dance tribute to the genius of Ray Charles

comes from London’s West End. Superb singers, razzle-dazzle

dancers and outstanding musicians bring you Ray’s legendary hits

with six singers, 10 dancers and a 15-piece orchestra., Fine Arts

Center, UNF Campus - 7:30 PM, $44-$52 Info: 620-2878

january 25 - 28

Menopause the Musical – Final Week

Last chance to see the fast paced musical parody that pokes fun at

hot flashes, memory loss, mood swings, too much sex, not enough

sex, wrinkles, night sweats and a whole lot more. Tickets: $39.50.

Times-Union Center, Terry Theatre through Jan. 28. Thur – Fri at

7:30 pm, Sat at 4 and 7:30 pm, Sun at 2:00. Info: 632-3373 or

4 january 25-31, 2007 | entertaining u newspaper

january 25 - 28

Sweet Charity starring

Molly ringwald

Dance on over to Sweet Charity, the

Broadway musical that offers fun,

laughs, and good times. read the

review on page 31.

Times-Union Center, Moran Theatre,

Tickets: $19.00 to $61.00.

Info: 632-3373 or online at


january 26



Brass Castle and Dark Castle

Castlefest 2007 will be the dark horizon between Southern-fried

garage rock and serious metal. There will also be Newcastle

drink specials and the comedy of Joel Land. You’ll laugh, you

probably won’t cry, but you will definitely be rocked. Jack

Rabbits – 9 pm

Bill Gaither and Friends

They must be very inspirational because year after year folks

flock to this show. Veterans Memorial Arena – 7 pm, $18.00

- 35.50

Info: 630-3900

The Hungarian Symphony Orchestra

EMMA Concert Series

Pianist Paavali Jumppanen accompanies the Hungarian

Symphony Orchestra Flagler College Auditorium, 14

Granada St., St. Augustine - 8 pm, $18 Info: 797-2800

Corey Smith with Chris McCarty

“Corey is what might happen if you threw Jimmy Buffett,

Robert Earl Keen, Donkey (from Shrek), Bob Schneider

and a few shots of whiskey into a blender, poured it into

one of those 64-oz. traveling mugs that might last long

enough to get you to the state line on the most insane

road trip of your life” - John Jeter, The Handlebar -

Greenville, SC. Freebird Live- $15 246-2473

john Cowan Band

Bluegrass. Newgrass. Rock N’ Rollgrass. True innovators defy

easy categorization and John Cowan is the ultimate innovator.

His ability to move easily between music styles and blend and

bend genres into creative new forms has made him one of the

most significant voices in acoustic music over the past thirty

years. Cafe Eleven – 8:30 pm

Ebony Fashion Fair

Ebony Fashion Fair continues to lead the way in showing Black

America the latest in high fashion with creations by the world’s

biggest designers. Florida Theatre - 8 pm, Tickets: $25-35

Info: 355-2787


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january 27

Indie rock Showcase

Hear some of the best indie bands in the

area live on one of Jacksonville’s best stages

at the Murray Hill Theatre. Featuring Man

Apart, Cloven Skies, Odd Man Out, and The

Silhouette, this all-ages show is sure to thrill.

Go to for more info.

Murray Hill Theatre – 8 pm, Tickets: $8

Info: 388-7807

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