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Blue Oyster Cult put on a superb 1 hr 45 min show at the Rocksino with pure jamming including dual and lead guitar solos on nearly every song. Richie and Zoltan are great musicians who add great talent and energy to the bands sold out show. It's been 40 yrs since I last saw them and they are better now than B4 because their act is refined and the crowd showed it with several standing ovations.
Check this band out....good
I can't wait to see these! I heard about them on 106.5 the lake!~
I've always loved rick's ribs, and they aren't "fall off the bone" over baked junk....in fact, they are crisp, seared and you claw them off the bone! They really aren't bbq----not smoked....but they are delicious, as are the fries, and I always look forward to visiting.
I Can't wait to see
This place will rock your face off!!!!!
Pioneers of 80s alternative rock. Their long list of memorable alternative guitar rock was very basic three chord rock, a slow grunge punk at its finest. Don't miss this show for sure!
When I saw the UFO on a weekend news show and the hilarious take they did, I had to go see it. So I went to the festival, and totally enjoyed the fest. Except....I couldn't find the saucer. Soooo on Sunday, I went back and found out that the UFO display was totally gone. Like something out of X-Files.
ARRR! I think the festival went out of their way to make it a mystery. Too much of a mystery. Try googling the display and you can't find it, except for here. There are no youtube or images or blogs on it. Almost like it was 'real' and the Feds had to remove it. Anyway, one more day couldn't have hurt. Last years, 'ball of twine' was displayed almost a month.
Interesting concept, but I think they took it too far as vapor art.
The runway held astonishing wearable art on an array of models, some with legs so long one had to wonder whether there were stilts involved. Also appreciated were the interesting chronological ages involved . . there was an easy dignity in those who were no longer chicks. Some of the pieces were well into crazy; some of those pieces would be wanted in one's closet forever.
The show ended, not with the traditional wedding gown, but with hats as the finale . . . made you want to get back to hats if they could make you look that delightful.
The m.c. had great copy and energy to deliver freshly and charmingly.
. . . all this at the Richfield Days Inn !
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Natalie Merchant came to Cleveland for altruistic reasons. Her show monday night
was a benefit for local libraries. She is a cool chanteuse. Her voice is so effortless and
completely non-dirivative, that at first you don't feel like your getting much bang for your buck. Just wait. She is funny, kind and generous in her delivery.
With an injured guitar player ( a man mugged Sunday night in New York), and her sweet, lullaby-like homage to poets both popular and obscure, she won over a drowsy
crowd waiting for a Tigerlily pick-me-up. She did not disappoint. Her encores were extensive and she checked with the guitarist often to make sure that he was alright to continue. When he was done, she took to the piano and gave a gift like a needless apology. Greatest hits matched with endless charm. Thank you and Bravo, Ms. Merchant! I hope you felt safe and welcome in the City That Does Sleep.
1. Uncle Scratch was a lot of fun. Big sounds from just two guys.
2. Pork Torta is a harder sound, with the drums front and center. Good tight tunes. The drummer/lead singer was mesmerizing - he looked like an sci-fi villian. I'm kinda scared of him... but couldn't look away.
3. Bob Log. He's a madman. He sings through a phone connected to a motorcycle helmut. His guitar is so good you don't even remember what he's singing about. Boob Scotch was the crowd-pleaser. Google it for a full background. Bob Log is a MUST SEE!
Great show at the perfect price. First off,Now thats Class and the Spitfire are the only two punk venues in Cleveland that matter.
The show started off with a hilarious and timeless punk blast from Nick Wolff Band. Up next was the Mid-ninetys inspired epitaph style punk of the Facials if you've seen them you knw they always execute professionally.Next was Voice of Addiction the Headliner from Chicago. Who put in a solid set of lo fi punk. My only complaint was they played to long. A more concise 45 minutes of strong material with less covers and some of the fat trimmed would have been better . Last was Gunfire Getdown who rocked the fans who made it till the end with hard charging garage punk. Great Show overall
Never heard of Steel Faith but these guys were really great. I wish they could have played longer.
March 22-28, 2017
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