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Minkin's Music: Summer of Love

A very unique show coming to the lovely, intimate Cain Park Evans Amphitheatre titled the “Summer of Love Concert” on Thursday, August 8, has piqued my curiosity. The show was created by Glen Burtnik, the former multi-instrumentalist from the band Styx. His credits also include being a member of the original “Beatlemania” on Broadway (he...

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Minkin's Music: Pet Sounds

What’s the best area concert this summer? Other than the Jack White led The Raconteurs playing The Agora in August, my most anticipated show is seeing the Blossom Festival Orchestra conducted by Lucas Richman. Actually, it’s the guest artists who will be gracing the Blossom Music Center stage on Sunday, August 11. The iconic genius behind...

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Minkin's Music: Get in on The Dig

To an audiophile junkie, there is nothing like panning for vinyl gold in record bins. On Sunday, May 19, at The Winchester Music Tavern (12112 Madison Ave) in Lakewood, you can enter the time tunnel by attending The Dig, from noon to 4:00 p.m. Hosted by the dynamic duo of Jason and Jeanette Burchaski, this vinyl flea market features multiple...

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Minkin's Music: Shootouts debut Quick Draw

Megaforce Records announces the release of Quick Draw, the debut album from The Shootouts, a high-energy traditional honky-tonk band with a touch of Americana rock and western swing. The Shootouts are not only a throwback to the sounds that flowed out of Nashville and Texas 60 years ago, but dress to honor the history of those golden years...

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Minkin's Music: Gretchen Pleuss’ Third

The rich fabric of the Northeast Ohio arts community is woven with singer-songwriters whose original compositions and voices touch their listener’s souls. One of those shining lights is Gretchen Pleuss, who will be releasing her third album, Daughter of the Broader Skies, on Friday, April 12. Signed last fall by Sun Pedal Recordings, Pleuss...

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