Tonight, The Kent Stage is the place where a bunch of people will help a local man pursue his dream.
Cleveland Reggae man Carlos Jones & The PLUS Band along solo troubadour Scott Walker will entertain folks at:
What: Uncle Mo's Pea Pie Café Food Truck Benefit
When: 6 p.m., tonight
Where: The Kent Stage
"Uncle Mo" is Kent resident Maurice Drake who dreams of owning and operating a vegetarian food truck featuring his (ideally soon-to-be) world famous "all-natural, homemade pea pies, prepared with black-eyed peas, brown rice, fresh vegetables and a proprietary blend of spices wrapped in a grilled chapatti and served with a choice of hot sauce, BBQ sauce or Italian dressing."
Drake has a website at unclemoscafe.com/
and you can help further fund his funky Food Truck dream out at his indiegogo site.
Or you can just go to the show, rock, skank and do the funky reggay for a couple of hours
R. Kelly is coming to the Wolstein Center. I saw him and Jay-Z on their ill-fated tour, litigious co-tour at CSU. At one point Kels was rocking a loosek-fitting purple leather suit with a giant "diamond" encrusted tongue/lips (a'la the Rolling Stones iconic logo)...A woman held up her toddler to him, seemingly as an offering...it was about 11 p.m. on a Sunday (maybe Monday) night.
That's about all I have to say about Kels.
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Jack Bauer will be rocking the Grog Shop on April 19 previewing his "rich, soulful vocals and guitar licks" and songs from his debut album Down In A Hole to be released in summer.
Sutherland joins a long line of middle aged actors who decide to live their rock n' roll dreams to various degress. Among those the in 50 & Up Rockin' Actor Club are Jeff Daniels, Kevin Bacon (The Bacon Brothers), Jeff Bridges (The Abiders), Kevin Costner & Modern West and Johnny Depp (Hollywood Vampires).
No onsale date has been set but Sutherland's keeping it tight playing cozy clubs such as The Grog. So if you've ever wanted to see his guitar licks up close don't dawdle whenever tickets go on sale. We'll let ya know.
Here's a taste.
Another pairing of classic rockers hits the road this summer with a stop at Blossom Music Center on Sunday, June 26...
Walsh has his old buddy and Cleveland guy Joe Vitale on drums, so at least his band will be hilarious. Vitale's got some great rock n' roll stories from his days with the Eagles and CSNY. His tour stories can make The Eagles actually seem like a fun bunch of rock dudes instead of a couple of talented, coked up, Type A, egotistical a-holes plus Joe Walsh.
Anyway, three days after Joe and BadCo. on Wednesday, June 29, another crew of sexegenarian rockers comes through in the form of Journey and The Doobie Bros.
Tickets for Walsh and BadCo. go onsale Friday, March 11
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