John Fullbright (& Band), Roger Hoover & The Hurt, Julia Klee

Sat Jan 12 2013

8:30 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

Beachland Tavern

15711 Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110

$12.00

All Ages

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John Fullbright burst upon the Southwest music scene in 2009 with a stellar live album recorded at the Blue Door, the legendary venue in Oklahoma City. From his home in Okemah, Oklahoma—also the hometown of Woody Guthrie—Fullbright had already honed his songwriting and playing skills to a degree that he was a favorite at festival campgrounds before he was even out of high school. Quickly produced as a “calling card” for the 2009 Folk Alliance Conference, Live at the Blue Door went on to set sales records at WoodyFest, the annual folk festival honoring Woody Guthrie. In the intervening years, Fullbright has opened for a host of folk and Americana names—including Jimmy Webb, Joe Ely, Kevin Welch, Michael Fracasso, and Steve Poltz—from Oklahoma to Europe and back. With the 2012 release of From The Ground Up, Fullbright, still in his early twenties, has joined the conversation about the best new artists in music today. And recently was tapped by the Rock Hall to join the Chuck Berry tribute and wowed the audience with his performance. Former Whiskeyhounds and Magpies frontman Roger Hoover brings his new tunes, new band, and his powerful, timeless voice. Chicago folksinger Julia Klee opens.

Beachland Ballroom
John Fullbright (& Band)
Roger Hoover & The Hurt, Julia Klee

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    John Fullbright burst upon the Southwest music scene in 2009 with a stellar live album recorded at the Blue Door, the legendary venue in Oklahoma City. From his home in Okemah, Oklahoma—also the hometown of Woody Guthrie—Fullbright had already honed his songwriting and playing skills to a degree that he was a favorite at festival campgrounds before he was even out of high school.

    Quickly produced as a “calling card” for the 2009 Folk Alliance Conference, Live at the Blue Door went on to set sales records at WoodyFest, the annual folk festival honoring Woody Guthrie.

    In the intervening years, Fullbright has opened for a host of folk and Americana names—including Jimmy Webb, Joe Ely, Kevin Welch, Michael Fracasso, and Steve Poltz—from Oklahoma to Europe and back.

  • Roger Hoover & The Hurt

    Roger Hoover & The Hurt

    Music

  • Julia Klee

    Julia Klee

    Music

Beachland Ballroom

John Fullbright (& Band)
Roger Hoover & The Hurt, Julia Klee

Sat Jan 12 2013 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

Beachland Tavern Cleveland OH
John Fullbright (& Band), Roger Hoover & The Hurt, Julia Klee
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  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$12.00 All Ages

John Fullbright burst upon the Southwest music scene in 2009 with a stellar live album recorded at the Blue Door, the legendary venue in Oklahoma City. From his home in Okemah, Oklahoma—also the hometown of Woody Guthrie—Fullbright had already honed his songwriting and playing skills to a degree that he was a favorite at festival campgrounds before he was even out of high school. Quickly produced as a “calling card” for the 2009 Folk Alliance Conference, Live at the Blue Door went on to set sales records at WoodyFest, the annual folk festival honoring Woody Guthrie. In the intervening years, Fullbright has opened for a host of folk and Americana names—including Jimmy Webb, Joe Ely, Kevin Welch, Michael Fracasso, and Steve Poltz—from Oklahoma to Europe and back. With the 2012 release of From The Ground Up, Fullbright, still in his early twenties, has joined the conversation about the best new artists in music today. And recently was tapped by the Rock Hall to join the Chuck Berry tribute and wowed the audience with his performance. Former Whiskeyhounds and Magpies frontman Roger Hoover brings his new tunes, new band, and his powerful, timeless voice. Chicago folksinger Julia Klee opens.