Victor Samalot is an acoustic guitar instrumentalist from Cleveland, OH USA. His solo project began in 2010 after the permanent hiatus of his Jazz Rock Fusion group Rare Blend. Reinventing his sound and brand, Victor switched from electric to acoustic guitar and this time called upon his Latin roots but kept his fusion sensibilities by incorporating the fundamentals of Jazz and Rock.
Cleveland's beloved folk artist blesses the Root with his music.
For over 25 years, folk music has had an enthusiastic and dedicated voice in Charlie Mosbrook. His rich baritone voice and noteworthy fingerstyle guitar work highlight his performance of original and traditional folk songs, along with his nimble and candid stage presence.
Join us for musical performance by Sean Castanien & art showcase featuring Terri Grimm.
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youth photography exhibition & fund raiser
black and white photography
Youth activists are using photovoice to illuminate their experiences as Native Clevelanders and to integrate their voices in public policy discussions around criminal, juvenile justice and police reform. Shooting Without Bullets is an arts-based movement that assists black and brown teens to process complex social problems they experience and provides a radical expressive platform for them to inform and impact juvenile justice related reform.
Students are exhibiting works from the Summer 2017 cohort which features limited edition, black and white prints processed and developed by cohort members at the Cleveland Printroom.
There will be a teen rap showcase, featuring Shooting Without Bullets lyricists.
Camera donations will be accepted.
In the words of Founder and Creative Director Amanda King, “Each photograph is literally an imprint of the artists souls. These works present an opportunity to feel the etherealness of the inner-city youth experience,which society too often ignores.” The exhibition runs throughout the month of February.
Cellocentric, a classically infused folk/jazz trio, is based in Cleveland, OH and features guitarist Doug Wood, cellist Carolina Borja, and bassoonist Arleigh Savage. Wood's New/Age fingerstyle guitar work blends with Borja's classically- and latin- punctuated cello work, and Savage's rich, melodic overtones on the bassoon for a fascinating and mellow fusion sound. Their music can be found at www.dougwoodmusic.com
Aaron James is a living example of how honesty with oneself can dramatically change a person’s life for the better. While creating captivating musical experiences, Aaron James reaches deep within, taking simple emotions and melodies and crafting them in a way that spurs the listeners’ self reflection. Very much a part of his work, Aaron has truly blossomed into something special. And now, more than ever, he’s ready to share his story. In his new EP, Caught In the Corner of a Half Moon, this Memphis-based musician takes his listeners on a journey of his own self-reflection. In four songs, Aaron outlines his struggle, torn between the person he was and the person he wants to be. Aaron James is a learning experience, not just for his listeners but for himself.
Colly is an American rock band from Cincinnati, formed in 2017. Recognized most recently for the release of their singles "YOU" and "Loaded". Within the first month of their debut, Colly has already appeared on the Alternative Press "AP Discover" Spotify playlist, and been featured on Idobi Radio. The band consists of lead vocalist Jake Hollen, drummer Andrew Hopkins, guitarist Colin Langdon, guitarist Anthony Morick and bassist and backing vocalist Chris McGrath
Sign up for a 20-minute appointment with Rev. Tiger K'Lynn
Appointments begin at 11 am and run on the half-hour.
As Tiger, who is also a medium, reads your tea leaves, she receives "messages from spirit" that she will identify as such. Feel the motive of the messages and its consequences -- always take the best and leave the rest.
$20 for 20 minutes
Call, email, or stop in to set your appointment.
Michelle Gaw is a singer/songwriter that has been writing and performing for six years. She has a wide range of musical influences including folk, soul, jazz, and indie. Fiona Apple, Amy Winehouse, Malvina Reynolds, and Norah Jones are some of the artists that inspire her music. Michelle focuses primarily on relatability and wordplay in her songwriting. She strives to make her audiences think differently about life’s subtleties. Using guided imagery and word painting, Michelle’s songs take listeners through vivid experiences.