Live Rock ‘N’ Roll in Cleveland Friday, June 15th to Thursday, June 21st.
If you checked out the last edition of Michael Stanley Made Me Do It, then you most likely caught the new tuneage by Cleveland’s Mystery of Two. They’ve got a new record due out on Exit Stencil this August and on Friday night, they’ll be joined by Columbus’ Church of The Red Museum for a 10 PM free show at The Happy Dog…On the East Side, local rippers, The Suede Brothers rock the Tavern with The Ivorys and Physical Rockett.
Patrick Sweany is celebrating the release of his latest cd, Every Hour Is A Dollar Gone, Saturday night at The Beachland Tavern. This past week’s Scene Magazine had a great interview where he expressed his devotion to roots music over go-karts. Mike St. Jude & The Valentines open the show.
Patrick Sweany – From Orange To Pink [download]
Sounding as fierce as their name would imply, it’ll be a night of blood, sweat, and Rock ‘N’ Roll when Brooklyn’s Panthers take The Tavern stage on Sunday. Beast and Bella Sylva open.
Panthers – Uncertainly [download]
The National play the Beachland Ballroom Monday night in support of their critically adored 2007 release, Boxer.
Mark It Down
Smoking Popes and You Am I: July 28th at The Beachland Ballroom
Times New Viking: July 13th at the Grog Shop
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: August 6th at The House of Blues.
Silversun Pickups: August 7th at The Agora. Tix on sale this Saturday.
The Raveonettes: October 18th at The Beachland Ballroom.