There once was a time when our country split in two and those two parts ran around fucking murdering each other. It was far from civil. But it was a war, and we all know the monumental debate that it settled. Those who know a little bit more about the non-Civil War know there was a second monumental debate that it settled, separate from slavery.
The Shirelles were not known for doing great southern soul, but when they left Scepter after almost 10 years, and were signed to Blue Rock, their debut 45 was a cover of Don't Mess With Cupid. Originally done by Otis Redding, it was the B-side to his top 10 R&B hit, My Lover's Prayer. The Shirelles version is excellent and it is too bad they did not do more records like this. It was also the second to last record done by the original four Shirelles, as they continued as a trio several months later on.
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WHOOO BOY!The Siderunners play country with grit, style, and heart. Veterans of the Chicago punk music scene, these musicians seamlessly cross genres and sound as if they've been playing country their whole lives. With a healthy respect for tradition, this unconventional lineup remembers what was best about country music, and the kind of music that has endured over the years.
This guy right here, this is the guy! Immersed in music since birth, Neal Ostrovsky, the son of a classical violinist, started playing violin, piano and drums as a child. By his teen years he started to focus primarily on drums, and later graduated from Berklee College of Music with a degree in professional music.
We LURVE this place not the least for being run by Wholesome staff favorite Matt Fields (a.k.a. DJMF) Beachland Ballroom was built in 1950 as the Croatian Liberty Home, with the ballroom and tavern comprising the original structure. In 1976 the kitchen and back bar area were added. The Liberty Home was active on many social and political fronts and was a true Cleveland landmark before becoming Cleveland's most eclectic music club in the year 2000. Shecky Sez "We thinks this joint is kickass, totaly not jive ass"!