NEW TIX: What's new in music?

  • Little brother Nick Jonas grows up

    Little brother Nick Jonas grows up

    He might be the youngest Jonas Brother, but Nick Jonas is in a big hurry to grow up.

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    ONE VOICE: featuring the Orlando Gay Chorus. 7:30 p.m. June 13, 4:30 p.m. June 14; The Plaza Live, 425 N. Bumby Ave., Orlando; $25-$30; 407-228-1220.

  • Lewis Black's animated rants hit Orlando

    Lewis Black's animated rants hit Orlando

    As any psychiatrist will tell you, anger needs an outlet. Judging by the way he follows that prescription, Lewis Black should be the most mentally healthy comedian alive. We haven't seen his incendiary "Back in Black" segments on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" as often as we used to, but Black...

  • Billy Idol's rebel yell still echoes

    Billy Idol's rebel yell still echoes

    As the frontman of Generation X and the bleach-blond face of MTV's golden years, Billy Idol has endured every cliche of rock stardom. Drug addiction, model groupies, a rude wake-up call in the form of a harrowing motorcycle accident: All on Idol's resume and in his recent tell-all "Dancing With...

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    ANTHONY RANERI: with What's Eating Gilbert and Allison Weiss. 7:30 p.m. July 11; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave., Orlando; $13-$16; 407-246-1419.

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    MATOMA: 10 p.m. June 19; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave., Orlando; $10-$20 (18 or older); 407-246-1419.

  • Fifth Harmony tunes up for Orlando visit

    Fifth Harmony tunes up for Orlando visit

    Simon Cowell certainly loves his underdogs. In 2010, the producer managed the boy band One Direction from a third-place finish on "The X Factor" to first place in the hearts of teens worldwide.

  • Marc Anthony, Carlos Vives headed to the Amway

    Marc Anthony, Carlos Vives headed to the Amway

    Just in time to heat up the winter, the Amway Center will welcome not one but two Latin heartthrobs. American-born pop star and actor Marc Anthony will share the stage with Colombian singer Carlos Vives during their co-headlining UNIDO2 tour.

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    JOSH THOMPSON: with JT Hodges and Nikki Lane. 4 p.m. May 24; Hyatt Regency Orlando, 9801 International Drive, Orlando; $45 and up; 407-284-1234.

  • New tix: John Hiatt's working-man blues

    New tix: John Hiatt's working-man blues

    Our vote for biggest omission to the roster at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? John Hiatt. We know he's no Green Day, but the Indiana-born rock troubadour has influenced generations of musicians while constantly evolving his style during a steady career. "Thing Called Love" may have been a hit...

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