PHONE NUMBER IS FOR THE MEN OF STEEL- NOT MARTINI 6!!!
I Can't wait to see
Hello everyone! Just a quick update about this event: it actually begins at 3:00 PM, not 4:00 PM. We hope you will join us; contact information is located above for tickets!
Toby Keith WAS SOOOOO AWESOME!!!!! HAD A GREAT TIME AS ALWAYS!!! TOBY NEVER DISAPPOINTS AND ALWAYS DELIVERS THE GOODS!!!! CAN'T WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR!!!!!
Cmon down to Wade Oval tonight; it should be fun ( in the sun )
Looking for something fun to do tomorrow morning? Come join me in the Gordon Square Walk and Run!!!!
Kounterclockwise rocked that show!!!
Yay!!! Thanks for the promo!
Disappointing. I had seen Queensryche twice in their heyday, arena style, and was a huge fan. I saw them last year at the House of Blues performing Empire, and they were great. I jumped at the opportunity to get tickets for the show on June 16. Operation Mindcrime is my favorite album by Queensryche, so I was certain I would be enthralled. I had excellent balcony seating and was prepared to be thrilled. Far from it, unfortunately. I blame it on the sound technician(s). The extremely loud, booming bass and drums overpowered Geoff's voice. I could barely hear him. Towards the end it was a little better balanced, but not much. I won't go see them again.
Thank you for writing this article!
Just to clarify: "tonight" means Friday, June 14, 2013 and it's at 7:30 p.m. (no 10:15 show)--though after the concert, maybe around 10 p.m., the Vietnamese performer is actually supposed to head down the street to the Blue Rock Cafe in Hudson and sit in with the blues band there (called MOJO HONEY)!
Also, although invited to Cleveland by The Cleveland Foundation, the performer's host is Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio, who have presented her in many school workshops in the Cleveland public schools since she arrived in April 2013.
Should go tonight....
Won't miss that
dear froggy & mr stress, spent many a fun evening @ brick cottage & E.T. dancing to your great band, thank youall for your being. c me on youtube: sarasota 12 string mark cleveland P E A C E
I'll be there with my brudders n friends!!
Something to do this lovely weekend!!
This was another melodic evening of classic songwriting, singing, and rock with Dave Mason. He had a very talented lead acoustic player with him and a percussionist.
First thing you need to know that Dave is singing as well as ever, and actually much better than he did in 1970 when he recorded Alone Together. It is pretty amazing to hear his vocals. He has some very unique inflections and phraseologies that go along with the beautiful midrange tone.
I've seen Dave many times including his past acoustic shows with the late Jim Krieger in the 1980s at Peabody's Down Under (Flats East Bank), which was the most magical pairing. I like his unplugged acoustic shows best.
The highlights were World in Changes (my all-time favorite Dave Mason song), Feelin' Alright, 40,000 Headmen, and Let it Go - Let it Flow.
Great to see Dave Mason again. I'll never miss a Dave Mason show within a few hours of Cleveland.
I am looking for the Dave Mason songbook from 1971 that has the songs from Alone Together if anyone has a copy.
Best place to come for great music and great food!!!!!!! DJ BK always has plays the best music and will play any request!!!!!!!!!
You are confusing Watershed with the Waterband.
You got the date and the address correct so there's that.
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