Applebutter Express W/ Row Jomah And The Good Bad Kids

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Applebutter Express W/ Row Jomah And The Good Bad Kids
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8pm $10/13

The Applebutter Express (UKULELE FUNK)

The band’s story begins in 2004, when Kyle Biss met his future wife Shannon while working at a record store in Bradenton, Florida. Still a focused bass player, Kyle picked up a ukulele in 2010 and began to write songs, with the idea of singing with Shannon (his then girlfriend) for fun on the couch. Pretty soon the duo began making a name for themselves among the open mic community; in no time, the eclectic, tuneful duo – now known as The Applebutter Express – were the talk of Tampa, Florida. Kyle and Shannon married in 2011, and in 2012 added Joe Trivette on the fiddle. Newest member, Zach Rogers (bass) joined in 2015.

Since then, The Applebutter Express has performed at such prestigious festivals as Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Hulaween, Suwannee Springfest, and many others.

Row Jomah (ROCK/FUSION/FUNK/BLUES) is a four piece band from Clearwater, Florida that will change your perception of what rock music is and could be. Using basic rock instrumentation, Row Jomah weaves a tapestry of classic rock, acoustic rock, fusion, world, funk, blues and folk music into a show that you are not soon to forget.

With thought-provoking, shredding lead guitar from Melbourne Walsh, intricate bass lines from Jason Berlin, solid and creative drumming from Dylan Chee-A-Tow, perfectly blended keys from Austin Llewellyn and unique rhythm guitar lines and vocals from Joe Roma, you have to see Row Jomah just once to realize you’re seeing something just a little different from the usual around the Tampa Bay area.


The Good Bad Kids formed officially in January of 2014 and are based out of Naples, Florida. With a shared love for Folk, Rock, Rockabilly, and Bluegrass music, Matt McWaters, Nicky D’Agostino, Joe Garita and Dempsey Jones perform a rough, rowdy mixture of old and new sounds. They are known for their captivating harmonies, musical diversity and high-energy performances. They currently perform around the state of Florida and are currently in the process of writing music for their debut album.
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