The performance will be on Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
This just in from the Carrollwood Cultural Center: Nashville singer-songwriter Phil Lee will perform his original roots and rockabilly music at the Carrollwood Cultural Center at 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12. Singer Pete Gallagher will open the show. Lee’s wry wit is woven effortlessly into many of his songs, so audiences should be prepared to laugh until it hurts – but also shed a few tears when they hear Lee's poignant lyrics. The Associated Press lauded Lee as “combining the social consciousness of Woody Guthrie with the twisted fury of Jerry Lee Lewis.” "I didn't write 'Great Balls of Fire,' but I could have if I'd gotten here in time," Lee said. Singing with no apologies -- and certainly no regrets -- Lee can easily catch you off guard…
The discussion will be held at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road, at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 19
Gibbons teaches at the Life Enrichment Center, 9704 N. Boulevard in Forest Hills
Between the Carrollwood Cultural Center and the Life Enrichment Center, one thing is clear: North Tampa is a community full of talented artists. We recently talked to one named Tim Gibbons, who teaches at the Life Enrichment Center in Forest Hills, about how he got his start and how the community can see his work. Patch: How did you get your start as an artist? Gibbons: When I was four years old, I asked my mom, "How do you become an artist?" She said, "When you think you are one." My art also came from the thrill of putting pencil to paper, which was and will always be a great adventure for me. I also became interested in Aztec art in fifth grade, and learned their numbers and words depicted in the art. Add to these influences my …