• Shows/Events
  • Uno Lady with Tears of Silver OCT 7 @ Survival Kit

    Saturday OCT 7th, 7pm doors, 7:30 show. @ Survival Kit Gallery in 78th Street Studios, 1305 West 80th Street, Suite 303 Cleveland, OH 44102‎

    Tears of Silver is a new band comprised of Ken Stringfellow (Posies/Big Star/REM), Johnathan Grasshopper (Mercury Rev), and Jesse Chandler (Midlake/Mercury Rev). I’m learning some songs to duet with them   Tickets can be bought in advance through Eventbrite. Here is the facebook event page 

    “Much like The Posies’ tour last year, Tears of Silver will be playing unconventional, intimate venues in the cities they’re visiting. For the tour, they’ve recorded an EP, including covers of Big Star’s “Nighttime” and Bread’s “Down on My Knees.” You can stream the Big Star cover below.” – BrooklynVegan


    Save the Date! Next show and last one on the books is going to be a rager! Friday, OCT 13 in Akron @ Musica for RELAXER‘s ALBUM RELEASE SHOW!!! w/ Uno Lady  & Eskimo Sisters! Doors at 7, music @8.



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  • AUG 27 – Kaki King & Uno Lady @ Beachland Ballroom

    Beachland Ballroom- Sunday, August 27th doors @7, show at 8.

    Provocative and moving, surprising and beautiful, “The Neck is a Bridge to the Body” is Kaki King at her visionary best. A groundbreaking multi-media show like nothing you’ve seen before!

    Your admission into the Kaki King with Uno Lady show also gets you into the Tavern to see Gracie and Rachel with Jenna Fournier at Beachland Tavern. Get your Kaki King tickets in advance here.


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  • PorchRokr Fest in Akron- Uno Lady in the Beer Garden at 3pm

    Uno Lady is playing PorchRokr Music and Arts Festival This Saturday at 3pm. The Performance will be on the Earthquaker Devices Beer Garden Stage on the corner of South Rose Blvd & Augusta Ave. near Will Christy Park (map).

    Highland Square’s annual PorchRokr Music and Art Festival transforms the verandas of one of Akron’s most historic and eclectic neighborhoods into one-day art studios and concert venues. Thousands of locals and out-of-towners rock out to some 130 diverse musicians and artists, using both area residences and business establishments as their personal stage. The festival rotates each year among four sections of Highland Square to encourage spontaneous interaction among all its neighbors.

    Below is the map and line up and here is a link to the brochure