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  • 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.

  • Other bookings
    Other bookings

    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...

  • Other bookings
    Other bookings

    WIMBASH FEST: featuring Doug Wimbish (Allstar Volcaization Improv Night). 9 p.m. May 8; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave., Orlando; $10 (18 or older); 407-246-1419.

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