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Published on - Jan. 11, 2010
Music continues at Sacred Lands
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ST. PETERSBURG - 2PM with Mike Jurgensen are the featured performers at Sacred Lands Greenhouse Music Series continues on Friday, Jan. 15.

Sacred Lands is located at 1700 Park Street N. in St. Petersburg, FL 33710. Take Park Street to Elbow Lane and then proceed to big gravel parking lot to the left.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Music starts at 7 p.m. with opening musicians Robert Anthony. Clintara takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. followed by the featured performers 2PM with Mike Jurgensen at 8 p.m.

$8 admission.  Refreshments are available.

For directions, parking information, and reserved seating, visit www.S­acred­Lands­.info or call 727-347-0354.

Seminole native Robert Anthony has graced stages ranging from intimate coffeehouse settings to large outdoor festivals around the Tampa Bay area as well as other points throughout the southeast, opened for national acts such as Slobberbone, Kevn Kinney (Drivin’ and Cryin’), David Dondero and others.

Focus lauds Anthony’s “guitar mastery and classic songwriting smarts” while the Tallahassee Democrat calls his music “intricately beautiful…to watch him play is to be fascinated and ultimately enchanted.”  The St. Petersburg Times is more blush-inducing, referring to Anthony as “a great live performer…if it seems like (he) can do it all, it’s because he can,” while Connect Savannah is bucking for a spot on Anthony’s payroll by simply calling him “hellaciously talented.” 

Clintara is creative music couple, Clint and Tara, who perform most often on the stage at the Blueberry Patch in Gulfport.

Featured Artist 2PM is Mike Jurgensen, Pete Price and Pete Hennings, a trio of talented musicians who blend their varied musical talents into mix of material, from original songs to well-known standards by the Beatles and Everly Brothers, from country western to contemporary folk.

With Jurgensen on guitar, Price on guitar and bass and Hennings on guitar, bass, mandolin, and violin.  All three are talented songwriters and have performed solo as well as with other bands:  Hennings and Price with Jon Semmes and the Florida Friends, and Jurgensen and Hennings with "Myriad".
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