Key West Concerts
Live Music at Fort East Martello

Donavon Frankenreiter 3/13/16

SUNDAY, ​MARCH 13, 2016

​VENUE:  FORT EAST MARTELLO
3501 S. ROOSEVELT BLVD, 
KEY WEST, FLORIDA 

Tickets: $30 online, $35 at the door.  $5 car parking.​

Blair Crimmons 2/20/16

​SATURDAY, ​FEBRUARY 20, 2016

​VENUE:  FORT EAST MARTELLO
3501 S. ROOSEVELT BLVD
KEY WEST, FLORIDA 

Montessori Children's School Annual Gala
Tickets: $75. Food and Open Bar.

JJ Grey and Mofro 1/2/16

Images by Mike Freas

​SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25

​VENUE: ZOMBIE BIKE RIDE | FORT EAST MARTELLO
3501 S. ROOSEVELT BLVD
KEY WEST, FLORIDA 
​Zombie Ride Festival - with DJ Buggy. Free Bike Parking! Food & Drink
Images by Mike Freas and Carol Tedesco  

​CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SPRING GALA

Will Dailey is an acclaimed recording and performing artist, who is a three-time winner of the Boston Music Award for Best Singer/Songwriter. In September of 2013 he played his fourth Farm Aid Concert along side Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews and John Mellencamp and in November finished up a 9 city tour of France. Dailey's music has been featured on over 50 TV programs and films. The first single from his new album National Throat, due out later in 2014 on Wheelkick Records, is already a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition. 

​SATURDAY, FEBRUARY  7            DOORS 7PM - SHOW8PM

​​Venue: The Lighthouse
938 Whitehead Street
Key West, Florida 
​​Families Welcome • Picnics Encouraged • Cash Bar • Limited Parking
$15 picnic / $25 seating         $20 TSKW Members
Blair Crimmins began his current music career in Atlanta, Georgia, with a determination to bring Ragtime and 1920’s style Dixieland Jazz to new audiences. What he created was a sound that is at once modern while being deeply rooted in the past. Now four years, and five hundred shows later, he has toured the Eastern United States playing large venues and has opened for national acts such as Mumford & Sons and Preservation Hall Jazz Band
​A multi-instrumentalist and music academic, Crimmins writes songs and arrangements for a classic New Orleans style horn section consisting of Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone. His debut release “The Musical Stylings Of” became a college radio sensation on WRAS Atlanta making him the most requested band on the air. His last release and video “State Hotel” landed them a full feature in Creative Loafing Atlanta. In 2012 Crimmins showed his musical diversity by writing and recording the full score for the independent short film “Old Man Cabbage”. The following year, Crimmins was the critics pick for Best Song Writer of 2013 in Creative Loafing’s Best of ATL issue. Blair Crimmins now continues touring this year to support his newest studio album entitled “Sing-a-longs”, a break through record which showcases a band who have polished their signature sound from years of touring. 
​Venue: Fort East Martello
3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd. Key West, Florida 
​Doors at 6pm • Show starts at 7pm
$10 online $15 at the door
​Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn has been creating incorruptible independent pop music since the late 1990’s.  She has released over a dozen solo and collaborative recordings on K Records, Kill Rock Stars and various domestic and foreign independent labels.  

Defined by her graceful songwriting and adventuresome recordings, Pitchfork has praised her “incredible voice—a versatile coo that can flit from low, sultry tones to high, airy falsetto in one breath.”   Read more . . . NY Times
​Holopaw is a long-loved independent rock band from Gainesville, FL. In addition to Paw, frontman John Orth has also performed alongside Modest Mouse’s Isaac Brock as Ugly Casanova. After a set of releases on Sub Pop, and one with Bakery Outlet, the band has signed on with Misra for its finest album to date. The “Golden Sparklers” b/w “Yearling’s Darlings” 7″ saw release in late 2012. Holopaw issued the unparalleled Academy Songs, Volume I. in January of 2013.
Todd Chandler is a filmmaker and a musician. His work has been featured at The Hammer Museum, Mass MoCA, Museum of the Moving Image, Rooftop Films, 01SJ Biennial, and The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art. His work is rooted in places on the margins– from small mill towns along the Hudson River, to Chernobyl, to the Arctic Circle. This focus on place extends beyond the screen to the screening environment itself. Live performance, installation, and site specific events are natural extensions of his films.