Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Geri X returning to Tampa Bay

Posted By on Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 5:38 PM

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Singer/songwriter extraordinaire Geri X is freezing her ass off in Wisconsin and has decided to return to Tampa Bay— permanently.

Which makes us very happy.

"So, we are coming home for good in December," she says via email. 24HR Service Station records signed us and we are doing some work with John Wesley at Red Room Recorders working on the next CD. We'll be releasing it Jan. 16 at State Theater.

Have Gun, Will Travel, The Beauvilles and Vega Star, of Wisconsin, are also scheduled to be on the Jan. 16 roster.

We  wrote about Geri X here in July.

Geri X: "3 a.m. Song"

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