EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER — Local Tuesdays – Music: Oldboy / Authors: Joe Baur & Doug Trattner
Tuesday | 6:00 PM–9:00 PM
Due to strong storms expected this evening, we are rescheduling this event for TUESDAY, AUGUST 12th at 6PM. We hope that you can join us then. Thanks for your understanding.
Local Tuesdays in Coventry Village
Free Weekly Event with Live Local Music, Vendors & Authors!
Every Tuesday (6/10 – 8/5) in Parking Lot #15! Weekly Pop-Up Market in the heart of Coventry Village. Live Music, Local Authors (c/o Mac’s Backs-Books on Coventry), Outdoor Vendors selling unique local products.
Vendor Village 6-9, Music 7-9, Authors 6-8:30
Oldboy is a rock-folk band whose music runs the gamut from wistful to epic folk to downright heavy rock and roll. Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, a city known to be a part of the rust belt of America, Oldboy really shines – out loud. At the band’s helm and on lead vocals is Shawn Brewster. The band has come a long way in the past four years and has definitely found as Shawn likes to say, “what works for them and their music”. In fact, Oldboy traces its roots back as a solo project with a desire to “fill out his sound” but now Shawn now comprises one fourth of the band Oldboy. Backing Shawn in vocals and manning his “2 string bass” is Michael Kinsella. On guitar is Pete Simon. Pete’s vintage collection of guitars and amps could have its own museum exhibit. Also Rob Kovacs plays piano and keyboard and Shelby Sangdahl joins them on cello.
Joe Baur is a Cleveland-based author, writer, and filmmaker who has worked for a variety of local and national publications. His work has appeared in Matador Network, Europe Up Close, DRAFT, and CNN to name a few. Travel, craft beer, adventure, politics, culture, and urban issues are just a handful of his favorite topics.
Douglas Trattner has worked as a full-time freelance writer, editor and author. His work has been published locally, nationally and internationally, and has appeared in Food Network magazine, Miami Herald, Globe and Mail, and Wine & Spirits. His work on Michael Symon’s “Carnivore” and “5 in 5” earned him back-to-back titles as aNew York Times Best Selling Author, while his longstanding role as dining editor garnered the award of “Best Critic in Ohio” from the Society of Professional Journalists. He lives in Cleveland Heights with his wife, two dogs and f̶o̶u̶r̶ three chickens.