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BAYarts Free Concert series

Sundays, 7-9 p.m. Continues through Aug. 19
BAYarts 28795 Lake Rd., Bay Village Western Suburbs


Wind down your weekend BAYarts style on the beautiful Huntington Reservation campus. Some seating available, or bring your own. Sweet Melissa's delicious summer fare, concessions, and libations available to purchase. See bayarts.net for full listings. Every Sunday, but June 23rd. 440-871-6543

JAKE MILLER Performance - Presented by FYE

Mon., June 17, 6-9 p.m.
Southpark Mall 500 Southpark Center, Strongsville Western Suburbs


Be one of the first fans to purchase the new album 'Based on a True Story' by Jake Miller at the FYE in Southpark Center and you will receive a wristband that gains you access to the album signing on June 17th. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: • Wristbands can only be obtained with the purchase of 'Based on a True Story' from the FYE located in Southpark Center. • Each fan through the line must have a wristband and their own copy of 'Based on a True Story.' • Wristbands are limited - First come, first served. 440-238-9199

Vezhlivy Otkaz

Mon., June 17, 7 p.m.
Nighttown 12387 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights Eastern Suburbs


216-795-0550

Dizzy Rocket/chloe mk

Mon., June 17, 8 p.m.


216-383-1124

I Love Monday Night Tango

Mondays. Continues through Dec. 30
216TangoAcademy 4440 Mayfield Road, South Euclid Eastern Suburbs

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Every Monday Learn the dance and culture of Argentine Tango 7:30 - 8:30 pm class 8:30 - 11:00 pm practice Meet new friends, learn to dance, get in shape! 440 454 9100

Dancing Under the Stars

Tuesdays. Continues through Aug. 27
U.S. Bank Plaza East 14th St. and Euclid Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


Time again for Dancing Under the Stars at U.S. Bank Plaza. Beginning at 6, Valerie Salstrom of Get Hep Swing will give lessons; then it's on to the dance party, accompanied by a live band. The dancing begins at 6:30 and continues until 9 p.m. Admission is free. (Niesel) 216-771-4444

Akstra Trio

Tue., June 18, 7 p.m.
Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


216-771-6551

Melissa Etheridge

Tue., June 18, 7:30 p.m.
MGM Northfield Park – Center Stage 10705 Northfield Rd., Northfield Eastern Suburbs


330-908-7793

The Allman Betts Band

Tue., June 18, 8 p.m.
The Kent Stage 175 E. Main St., Kent Kent/Portage County


330-677-5005

Moon King

Tue., June 18, 8 p.m.


216-221-8576

THE ROBERT CRAY BAND & MARC COHN

Tue., June 18, 8 p.m.
Cain Park 14591 Superior Rd., Cleveland Heights Eastern Suburbs

Buy Tickets$75/50/40 Lawn $25


Robert Cray has been bridging the lines between blues, soul and R&B for the past four decades, with five Grammy wins, an induction into the Blues Hall of Fame, and an Americana Lifetime achievement award. Grammy Award winning artist Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation’s most compelling singer-songwriters, combining the precision of a brilliant tunesmith with the passion of a great soul man. With special guests The Blind Boys of Blues & Shemekia Copeland live at Cain Park, Tuesday, June 18. 216-371-3000

Taj Weekes & Adowa

Tue., June 18, 8:30 p.m.


216-383-1124

Outlab: Experiments In Improvised Music

Tue., June 18, 9 p.m.
Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


216-771-6551

Roots of Bluegrass – Workshop, Informance and Performance.

Wed., June 19


Paul Kovac’s Big ‘Grass Band has teamed up with the Music Settlement for two related events. First, Kovac will present an informal lecture/demo with a hands-on workshop tonight at 7 at the Music Settlement’s Ohio City Campus. Kovac and members of the Big ‘Grass Band will discuss the origins of bluegrass music, the instrumentation, singing style and all things bluegrass. Bring your acoustic instruments for an informative hands-on session. Admission is free. Then, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Paul Kovac’s Big ‘Grass Band will present an evening of Bluegrass and play songs from their recent recording, Ohio Bluegrass: From the Appalachian Plateau, as well as traditional American bluegrass favorites. Tickets to that show cost $15. (Niesel) 216-931-0052

Jam For Justice

Wed., June 19


Today from 5 to 9:30 p.m., attorneys and judges will unite at House of Blues for the 11th annual Jam for Justice, a benefit concert for the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. Proceeds support Legal Aid’s mission to “secure justice” and “resolve fundamental problems for low-income people in Northeast Ohio.” Jam for Justice will feature eight bands and one DJ performing a variety of musical styles. While most of the night’s musicians are in the legal profession, many are doctors, accountants and other Cleveland-area professionals. Some of the acts slated to perform include Faith & Whiskey, First Offenders, Lost Bob and the Ozone Ramblers, Luke Lindberg and Hung Jury, the No Name Band, Out of Order, Rule 11 & the Sanctions and Six Sometimes Seven. Tickets are $50, with discount tickets available for law students and public service employees. Admission includes food and one drink ticket. (Niesel) lasclev.org/2019jam. 216-523-2583

2019 Jam for Justice

Wed., June 19, 5-9 p.m.


Enjoy food, drinks, and the music of awesome bands (and one DJ!)... all headlined by local attorneys and judges 216-523-2583

Falling Stars (in the Supper Club)

Wed., June 19, 6 p.m.


Last summer, the Music Box Supper Club teamed up with locally based oWOW Radio for a summer-long Happy Hour Concert series that took place every Wednesday. The series featured up-and-coming national and local acts, and oWOW Radio aired the concerts live. Earlier this summer, the Music Box and oWOW launched a third season of the Happy Hour Concert Series. Like previous years, most of the shows will highlight up and coming Northeast Ohio-based artists, and as with previous years, there will be a few acts from out of town. The internet radio station will air the concerts, and they'll also be carried on Facebook and Instagram Live. Both the audio and video of the performances will be archived and available on demand. Tonight, local rockers Falling Stars headline the event. Admission is free. (Jeff Niesel) 216-242-1250

Phish

Wed., June 19, 7 p.m.
Blossom 1145 W. Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls Akron/Summit County


When Phish played Blossom three years ago, the mood swung up and down during the first set, which opened with a fine "A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing" and then dove into a variety of tour debuts and upbeat, if constrained, jams. The second set was pure, complex gold, with Chalkdust Torture evolving into a strong, ambient major-key jam before slipping smoothly into Tweezer, the undeniable highlight of the night. "This Tweezer" got very weird, contrasting the more blissed-out guitar-led Atlanta version. Around 12 or 13 minutes, the band took things into some very thick atmospherics and began building a mountain of haze on top of a simple three-chord progression. After several minutes of chaos and ecstasy, the band stripped things down before segueing nicely into The Lizards. Expect a similar performance when the band returns to the venue tonight. (Eric Sandy) 216-231-1111

CuDa, Schief & CuDa

Wed., June 19, 7:30 p.m.
Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


216-771-6551

The Spill Canvas

Wed., June 19, 8 p.m.
Mahall's 20 Lanes 13200 Madison Ave., Lakewood Western Suburbs


216-521-3280

Robyn Hitchcock

Wed., June 19, 8 p.m.


When British singer-songwriter Robyn Hitchcock played the Music Box nearly four years ago, our review of the show noted that he kept things engaging with some particularly inspired banter as "one bizarre, hilarious turn of phrase after the other balanced passionate performances of “The Wreck of Arthur Lee” and “Only Stones Remain.” Hitchcock played songs he had played with the Egyptians in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s and also dug back into his Soft Boys catalog. Two years ago, he released a self-titled effort that expanded his catalog of quirkiness with songs such as the dissonant "Virginia Woolf" and the gentle "1979 in Aspic." Expect some of those songs to find their way into tonight's set. (Niesel) 216-242-1250

Taste My Movement Presents 3

Wed., June 19, 8:30 p.m.
Grog Shop 2785 Euclid Hts. Blvd., Cleveland East Side/University Circle/Little Italy


216-321-5588

Eric Roberson: NeoSoul and Jazz on the River

Thu., June 20, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Buy Tickets$25-$45


An evening of NeoSoul and Jazz on the river with Grammy Award nominee Eric Roberson, featuring percussionist Elec Simon and friends. Join us as we commemorate the 50 year Anniversary of the Cuyahoga River Burning at Music Box! Presented by The Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park Venue: Concert Hall Showtime: 7:30 pm Doors open: 6:00 pm $25, All Ages, Reserved Add on a $20 Meet & Greet Experience!: Includes a pre-show artist meet & greet, one beverage ticket and appetizer, and reserved seating for the concert. Quantities are limited. Must also buy concert ticket. 216-242-1250

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