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Beach Blast 

When: Sat., Aug. 3, 5-9 p.m. 2013
Price: Free
Back in 2006, then-Rock and Roll Hall of Fame CEO Terry Stewart asked the Hesitations, a terrific old Cleveland soul group, to reunite for a gig at the museum. The band’s been playing steadily ever since and sounds as sharp as ever. The Hesitations' roots go back to the mid-'60s, when they recorded R&B hits like "Soul Superman," "Born Free," and "Climb Every Mountain." In their heyday, they mixed up R&B, gospel and soul and still take that approach. They’re the openers for this show, dubbed Beachland at the Euclid Beach Blast. They play at 5 p.m. and they’ll be followed by Wingtones, Panic Steel Ensemble and Grupo Son Gitano. It’s a free show. (Jeff Niesel)


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