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SoundBytes: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Alter Bridge, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Clutch and more

It seems like the only concert news in Tampa Bay this past week has been all the cancellations and postponements due to Hurricane Irma. But there were, in fact, a few new shows announced that we really should get you all caught up on:

-- Clutch is returning to Jannus Live on Dec. 2. Devin Townsend Project and the Obsessed will open. Click here.

-- Creed offshoot Alter Bridge, above, will perform at Jannus Live on Nov. 25. All That Remains will open. Click here.

-- Lynyrd Skynyrd will perform at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland on Nov. 4. Click here.

-- Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will come to the Ritz Ybor on Jan. 23 with Night Beats. Click here.

-- She Wants Revenge will perform at the State Theatre on Sept. 22. Tickets are $22. Click here.

-- Squirrel Nut Zippers are going to bring their first-ever holiday tour to the State Theatre on Dec. 9. Tickets are $22 and up. Click here.

-- Bowzer's Holiday Party will return to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Dec. 8. Tickets are $38.75 and up. Click here.

-- Gino Vannelli will perform at the Capitol Theatre on Feb. 23. Tickets are $58 and up. Click here.

-- Mindi Abair and the Boneshakers will perform at the Capitol Theatre on Feb. 25. Tickets are $35 and up. Click here.

-- PJ Morton will perform at Crowbar on Oct. 19. Tickets are $15. Click here.

-- Following Arcade Fire's concert on Sept. 22 at the USF Sun Dome, multi-instrumentalist Will Butler will swing by Crowbar for a "Disco Town Hall," a dance night in which Butler will encourage attendees to get involved with local activist groups and organizations. A dollar from every ticket ($5) will go toward Partners In Health. Click here.

-- Andy Mineo will play at the Orpheum with Social Club Misfits and Wordsplayed on Oct. 29. Tickets are $18 and up. Click here.

-- The Attic in Ybor City will host two big-time country acts, Collin Raye on Nov. 17 (click here) and John Anderson on Dec. 16 (click here). Both shows start at $65.

-- Jay Cridlin

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