Traditional Original Acoustic Roots Local Live Music 2017 Live Music Calendar September 2017 support live roots music in N. E. Ohio let friends know you found it here Andy Cohen –

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  • celebrating our 25th year

    Traditional & Original Acoustic Roots

    Local Live Music Calendar September 2017 support live roots music in N. E. Ohio & let friends know you found it here

    Andy Cohen professor of the blues returns to N.E.Ohio see 9/9

    Northeast Ohio Folk & Traditional Music & Dance Society Inc. P O Box 201002, Shaker Heights OH 44120

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    This free local monthly guide to live (traditional and original) acoustic roots music is assembled by Larry Bruner and Wanda Finley, with various venue schedules collected by guitarist Joe Rollin Porter; Lake County and beyond from Ed Ollick; dance details by Heidi Nemeth; & a hearty much obliged to Guy Marentette. THANKS EVERYONE! These pages of selected calendar items are only a start. We urge you to support the growing number of other local events which also feature live traditional and original, acoustic roots music. We also are reminded these are future items subject to change.

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    outdoor music event, seating may or may not be provided

    house/small hall concert: an informal, up close and personal listening experience, often in someones home by invitation

    dance opportunity: contra, English country, swing, polka

    participatory event: open mike (take turns), jam (play with others), community sing


    * = Some of these once-recurring events no longer exist. Your persistent feedback is essential. We need your help - - please, let us know corrections by email. ** = At all ages Beachland, Grog Shop and Musica shows, an additional $2 fee will be charged at the door for patrons under the age of 21. *** = A Wilberts show that is Free admission, pay as you go. There is no charge for admission and when the basket is passed, or when you leave, you pay whatever amount you think the artist deserves. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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    September is both Classical Music Month and International Square Dancing Month, while 9/15 to 10/15 is Hispanic Heritage Month

    Friday, September 1

    Jim Gill outside Bent Ladder Ciders, 6:30pm, bring lawn chairs

    Spoon Too Soon americana, on the patio, Campola's Italian Bistro, 7224 Center St., Mentor 440/290-8676, 7-10pm

    Becky Boyd & the Groove Train blues, on the patio, Driftwood Pointe, 6827 Lake Rd.W., Geneva 440/466-9127, 8-11pm

    Blues DeVille The Original First Friday swing dance, Bainbridge Township Town Hall, 17826 Chillicothe Rd. (Rt. 306), Bainbridge Twp. (Chagrin Falls), 8-9pm teaching, 9-11:30pm dance, info: Will Craig 316-0068, $10, $8 student, $25 family

    Friday morning Ashtabula Harbor Mountain Dulcimer Group, info: Brenda Noland,

    Craig hosts weekly open mike, Coffee Amici, 8-10pm

    * weekly open mike, music and comedy, sign up with owner, Shane, Briquettes Smokehouse, 405 Morton Dr., Ashtabula 440/964-2273, 9-11pm

    Acoustic Mayhem Boathouse Bar and Grille, 2-6pm

    Mike MadDog Adams acoustic mayhem, The Roundhouse Bar, 2-6pm Sarah Goslee Reed & Kerry Kean preview party, 4-8pm, 7th annual Made In Ohio Art & Craft Festival, Hale Farm & Village, Western Reserve Historical Society, 2686 Oak Hill Rd., Bath (use Peninsula 44264 for GPS) $50 tickets are available online at or 330/66-3711 x1708 Love Country in the pub, West Side Irish American Club, 7:30-10:30pm, pub grub 5:30-8pm Brad Bolton & Peggy Coyle Mustard Seed-Montrose, 6-9pm Mary Taylor Brooks Band country rock, bike night, Bone Daddys Saloon, 2510 N. Ridge Rd., Painesville 440/354-2632, 7pm Chris Hatton Burntwood Tavern Brecksville, 8188 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville 440/546-7680, 7-10pm Chad Hoffman singer-songwriter, Burntwood Tavern Crocker Park 12 Main St., Westlake 440/455-1732, 7-10pm Nick Ammons Burntwood Tavern Fairlawn, 3750 W. Market St., Fairlawn 234/466-7372, 7-10pm

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    Nick Zuber Burntwood Tavern Solon, 33675 Solon Rd., Solon 440/914-0290, 7-10pm Brian Lisik CLE Urban Winery, 7-10pm Donal OShaughnessy traditional Irish, Flat Iron Caf, 1114 Center St., Flats 696-6968, 7-11pm Bob Frank blues, Harpersfield Vineyard, 7-10pm Luther Trammell blues, ThornCreek Winery & Gardens, 7-10 Rick and Sharona in the lounge, Hyde Park Steakhouse-Beachwood, 26300 Chagrin Blvd. 464-0688, 7:30-10:30pm Steve Cipriano Maize Valley, 7:30-9:30pm Amanda & Rick: Amanda Walsh & Rick Szekelyi Brothers Lounge-Wine Bar, 8-11pm TBS blues rock, Cabana's Island Restaurant, 12719 Mayfield Rd. Chardon 440/286-9966, 8pm The Corn Potato String Band, Jen Maurer and Anthony Papaleo (of Mo Mojo), Voices in the Valley, G.A.R. Hall, 8pm, $13 presale, $15 day of show Highway 61 Band blues/folk rock, Jillys Music Room, 8pm The Dream Masons, Gretchen Pleuss Musica, 51 E Market St., Akron 330/374-1114, 8pm Mark Kindler Riders Inn, 8-11pm Hey Monea americana/alternative/indie pop, Reel Bar, 8:30pm Little Steve-O with Sykora on bass acoustic blues, The Tasting Room, 210 Great Oaks Trail, Wadsworth 330/331-7085, 8:30-11pm Kristine Jackson Flannerys Pub, 9pm-midnight Rhel & Thace Beatnik Playboys The Harp, 9pm Blue Lunch jump blues, Millard Fillmore Presidential Library, 15617 Waterloo Rd, 9pm-midnight Blackjack Gypsies Redhawk Grille, 7481 Auburn Rd., Concord (Painesville) 440/354-4040, 9pm Austin Walkin' Cane Charanghat blues, Society Lounge, 2063 E 4th St., 781-9050, 9pm The Thrifters Mullarkeys, 10pm

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    Saturday, September 2

    Sarah Goslee Reed & Kerry Kean 1-3pm, 7th annual Made In Ohio Art & Craft Festival 10am-5pm), Hale Farm & Village, Western Reserve Historical Society, 2686 Oak Hill Rd., Bath (use Peninsula 44264 for GPS) 330/666-3711, $5 festival admission includes access to all 90 acres of farms exhibits

    Dan McCoy solo acoustic, Willoughby Corn Roast, 2nd St., downtown Willoughby, noon-1pm

    Ray Flanagan outside Bent Ladder Ciders, 6:30pm, bring lawn chairs

    Jim Gill with Tim Cole percussion on the covered porch, Vermilion Valley Vineyards, 11005 Gore Orphanage Rd., Wakeman 440/965-5202, 7pm

    Mr. Haney Band music, Paul Balliet caller, contra dance, Troy Community House, 1350 Main Market Rd. (Rt.422 just east of Rt. 700), Welshfield, info: Will 316-0068, 7:30-10:30pm, teaching 6:30-7:30pm, $10, student $6, family $25, children 6 and under free

    Mud in Yer Eye music, Carol Kopp caller, contra dance, Lakewood Masonic Temple, 15300 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, 7:30-10:30pm, teaching 7-8pm, $8, family $20