Concert Announcements: David Cook, The Supervillains, and Donavon Frankenreiter

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American Idol season seven winner David Cook has made the big time. After winning Idol, he released a self-titled album which has gone platinum. Now he's coming to Nova University in Davie November 29. Hmmm. Tickets are available here.

Orlando five-piece ska boys the Supervillains are back again, this time they'll be playing at Culture Room on December 19. Check out the video after the jump for a preview of the pot-loving rude boys.

Ya know Jack Johnson? Well so does Donavon Frankenreiter, only he knows him personally. They've surfed together, jammed together, and now Donavon Frankenreiter is once again following in Johnson's footsteps and setting out on his own solo tour. His musical style is more jammy than Johnson's, but it's not terribly far off. Frankenreiter is playing at Culture Room on January 2.

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