As mentioned last month, Phat-n-Jazzy as we know it is over. Well, at least it is after tonight. This is the final Tuesday for the long-running and justifiably-celebrated weekly down at the Social, a night where quality funk, soul, and hip-hop – and the people who love it – conmingled into something truly special. No need to get weepy, the name and ethos will live on in special events, but a big chunk of Orlando’s clubland history is getting ripped out of downtown tonight, and yeah, I guess it’s okay to get a little weepy.
- RT @jackdwagner: if you drop jimmy buffet songs into a minor key they become very dark, emotional songs about a man drinking himself to dea… 5 days ago
- RT @nicholastristan: My dad and uncles look like they had a #4 hit in the UK in 1974 but disappeared after that https://t.co/Eo4haRVcyp 6 days ago
- RT @MegVClark: The problem with having a black cat is they sometimes go missing and 90% of the time they're sitting in front of the TV scre… 6 days ago
- This is a true story and is absurd as it is disappointing. Orlando’s music scene should be better than this. This i… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- Still feeling pretty good about taking @Publix off my grocery list. twitter.com/orlandoweekly/… 2 weeks ago
- One of the oldest circulating bootlegs. It’s super-noodly and *amazing*. Stoked to (hopefully) have it in decent au… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 weeks ago