Published: Thursday, May 1, 2008 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 at 6:42 p.m.
The following clubs and restaurants feature live music. To be listed, go to gainesville.com/addevent and select "music" from the menu. Deadline is 11 a.m. Tuesday. This is a free service. Contents may be edited because of space limitations.
1982 BAR: 919 W. University Ave. Sunday: North Central Florida Blues Society Monthly Blues Jam.
ALLEY GATORZ BOWLING ALLEY: 2606 NE Waldo Road, 373-0708. Friday and Tuesday: Karaoke.
ATLANTIC: 15 N. Main St. Friday: Umoja Orchestra, Morningbell, x.o.x.o. Saturday: Tim Version, Laserhead, The Tubers, Apes---.
BACKSTAGE LOUNGE: 1315 S. Main St., 373-0281. Tonight: Voltaire, Ego Likeness. Friday: Validus, Broken Self, Cellwave. Saturday: Dino Felipe, Masik, Sidecar Racer, Trismegistus. Monday: The Koffin Kats, Sultans of Sin, Empty Fifth. Wednesday: Fixer, Adrenaline Axis, Blue Caimans.
BIG LOU'S NEW YORK STYLE PIZZERIA: 5 SE 2nd Ave., 335-7123. Friday: Blues Lightning.
CAFE GARDENS: 1643 NW 1st Ave., 376-2233. Tonight: James Bonczeck. Friday: Sophie's Choice. Monday: Classical Guitar. Wednesday: Taylor Roberts.
CALICO JACK'S OYSTER AND SEAFOOD RESTAURANT: 3501 SW 2nd Ave. (Creekside Mall), 371-1675. Saturday: That Band.
CASEY'S CAFE: 208 N. University Ave, Archer (352) 495-2224. Tonight: Karaoke with Garnette. Saturday: Bud Connely Band.
COMMON GROUNDS: 210 SW 2nd Ave. Friday: Benefit for The Hippodrome: Doombot, Indigo Vox, The Duppies, Girls on Film. Monday: Bonde Do Role, The DeathSet. Wednesday: Kid Koala, DJ Jester (The Filipino Fist).
DENENO'S: 14960 NW 141st St., Alachua, (386) 418-1066. Saturday: Terraplane.
DURTY NELLY'S: 208 W. University Ave., 374-9567. Tonight: Chris Morgan (Irish Music). Friday and Saturday: Spade McQuade (Irish Music).
EMERALD'S LOUNGE: 2441 NW 43rd St., 373-1141. Tonight: Sweet Harmony. Friday and Saturday: Mr. Ainsworth. Monday: Karaoke with Michael. Tuesday and Wednesday: Karaoke with Garnette.
EMILIANO'S CAFE: 7 SE 1st Ave., 375-7381. Monday: Brenda Bayne Trio. Wednesday: Karl Weismantel Jazz Duo.
FAT TUESDAY: 116 SE 1st St., 375-3466. Monday: Hip-Hop Mondays.
FLOYD'S DINER: U.S. 441, High Springs, 386-454-7111. Tonight: Quarter Moon.
GATOR TALES: 5112 NW 34th St., 376-9500. Friday: Moondog. Sunday: Open Mic Jam with Steve Slocum.
GREAT OUTDOORS RESTAURANT/SPRINGHOUSE TAVERN: 65 N. Main St., High Springs, (386) 454 1288. Tonight: Michael J. Weiss. Friday: County Road Band. Saturday: Quarter Moon. Sunday: Blake Matchett.
HOP'S RESTAURANT AND BREWERY: Archer Road, 373-2223. Sunday: Paco.
JR'S LOUNGE: 4401 NW 6th St., 338-0969. Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday: Karaoke.
LEONARDO'S 706: 706 W. University Ave., 378-2001. Tonight and Monday: The Marty Liquori Jazztet.
LIGHTNIN' SALVAGE: 1800 NE 23rd Ave. (Behind Satchel's), 395-6622. Tonight: Scott and Amanda Anderson. Friday: Boilin' Oil. Saturday: Shade Tree. Wednesday: New Song Night.
LILLIAN'S: 112 SE 1st St., 372-1010. Tonight, Friday and Saturday: Killer B's. Monday: Jam Night. Tuesday: Kort McCumber. Wednesday: Karaoke.
MARIO'S BISTRO: 2441 NW 43rd St., 375-4420. Tuesday: Taylor Roberts.
MUNEGIN'S: 4005 NW 13th St., 335-0300. Friday and Saturday: Willie and the Po' Boys.
NAPOLATANO'S: 606 NW 75th St. (Tower Road), 332-6671. Sunday: Mr. Ainsworth.
THE RED ONION NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL: 3885 NW 24th Blvd., 505-0088. Saturday: Matt Poland Jazz Piano.
ROUND BAR: 414 NE 39th Ave., 376-6644. Tonight: Scott. Friday and Saturday: Jodie Begg. Sunday: Carmen. Monday: Ed. Tuesday: Fetching Pennies. Wednesday: Carmen.
SANTE FE BAR: High Springs, (386) 454-9461. Friday and Saturday: Karaoke with Minnie.
SANDY'S PLACE: 5001 NW 34th St., 367-9993. Wednesday: Don David Band.
SPINDRIFTER: 1729 W. Martin Luther King Blvd., Alachua, (386) 462-9081. Friday and Saturday: Core.
TROMBONE CHARLEY'S: 25 NE 1st Ave., High Springs, (386) 454-5700. Friday: Bud, Jerry and Friends. Saturday: The House Band.
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