Will Quinlan in Concert
Have Gun, Will Travel
Safety Harbor Art and Music Center
Have Gun Will Travel will be performing live at the Safety Harbor Art and Music Center from 7 to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21, from 7-10:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance click here for tickets for just $10 per person. Safety Harbor Art and Music Center is located at 706 2nd St. N in Safety Harbor Call 727-424-2576 for additional information.
Florida’s own Have Gun Will Travel with Will Quinlan in Concert will return with their first new album in four years. Strange Chemistry is the sound of a band with a renewed sense of purpose and direction. Following in the footsteps of fellow Florida rockers Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, while simultaneously paying tribute to their early indie-rock influences this exciting band has set out to make the quintessential American rock album.
Singer-guitarist Matt Burke and fellow bandmates; brother and bassist Daniel Burke, guitarist Scott Anderson, drummer JP Beaubien, and keyboardist Edward Stork; along with help on several songs from good friend Garrett Klahn (Texas Is The Reason), deliver their most personal and emotionally resonant album to date.
As an extra added attraction, Texas native son and current Tampa area resident singer/songwriter Will Quinlan in Concert will serve as the opening act for the February 21 concert. Quinlan has been performing throughout the southeast for many years with a slightly roughhewn, yet genuinely moving sonic aesthetic and delivery. Quinlan is currently working of several projects, both solo and with his bands, The Holy Slow Train and The Vesper Bell, with a stream of single releases slated for next spring and full LP’s to follow later in the year. While you are in Safety Harbor this weekend check out this event at the Waterfront Park here. You may also want to check out the Third Friday Music Series here.