Tampa’s Thrift Store Revolution is a band with a groovy sound that blends elements of Ska and Reggae, along with some Latin, rock, punk, jazz, and even classical flavors. They have great passion for music, and are always drawn together by their desire to make what they call “selfish music”. From the creative process of writing the songs, to the exhilaration they get from performing on stage, Thrift Store Revolution are fully invested in every stage of their music’s journey. Due to the diverse musical and cultural background of each member, their music is a harmonious blend of sounds and textures with catchy hooks and foot-tapping beats
St. Pete ArtWorks welcomes Thrift Store Revolution to the gallery for St. Pete’s Second Saturday ArtWalk from 5 to 9 September 8. This will coincide with the closing of Judy Vienneau’s exhibition, “Unexpected Color”. Stop by for food, music conversation and the last glimpse of Judy’s multi-media and wire pieces.