Uno Lady’s Akron Soul Trail artist-in-residency free performance with Jeri Sapronetti (Time Cat) will be on February 8, at 7pm.
Akron Recording Co.
243 Furnace St suite b, Akron, OH 44304
DEC 6– Winter SOULstice, fundraiser for Akron Soul Train, at Jilly’s Music Room 111 N Main St, Akron, Ohio
Join Akron Soul Train for the 2nd Annual Winter SOULstice featuring auctions, food, and entertainment. November resident, Uno Lady, will be performing, along with a local jazz band. Purchase tickets at akronsoultrain.org
PERFORMANCES by the 2018 Panza Foundation bands: The Village Bicycle, Uno Lady, FreshProduce, and Pillars.
HUGE RAFFLE of musical gear, services, and other awesome stuff. The Panza Foundation will also announce the bands it is supporting in 2019. Have a good time and support the local, independent music scene. link to event page
Happy Dog West
5801 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH
7pm doors, 9pm show
Uno Lady will be singing at the Cleveland Museum of Art in gallery 217 across from the armor court. There will be two sets, one at 7:15pm and another at 8:30pm.
Celebrate the return of MIX at Cleveland Museum of Art! Experience themes and variations in art and culture with remixed tours, music, art-making and cocktails. Featuring DJ MICK.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
BRICOLAGE is a weekend of strange and beautiful hybrid art. Teams of local artists unite to create an explosion of live performances, video art, tech demos, and who knows what else at this unique multi-disciplinary showcase.
TICKETS are just $10 at the door or in advance at maelstromcollaborativearts.org/tickets
Cool Cleveland – “The Mechanic Street house concerts, held in the living room of Ohio City residents Joel Elvery and Lynn Phares generally feature Americana/roots-style artists from around the country, looking for intimate settings to play while on tour.
This week they’ll be hosting a pair of local artists they believe people ought to hear.
Christa Ebert aka Uno Lady constructs her intriguing earworms of tunes using by mixing and looping her own voice, adding layer after layer to create a billowing cloud of ethereal sound. She’s been developing her act for a decade, and won Cuyahoga Arts and Culture’s Creative Workforce Fellowship for her unusual approach to pop music.
By contrast to Ebert’s one-woman show, Powerhouse 5 features six noted Cleveland jazz musicians who will somehow shoehorn themselves into the living room to perform the music of Raymond Scott who composed classic cartoon music in the ’40s and ’50s and was a major influence on the entire genre with his offbeat, lighthearted compositions.
It’s a $20 suggested donation, all of which goes to the artists. To make a reserve and learn the exact location, email firstname.lastname@example.org. doors open at 6:30, music starts at 7pm.”
May 20 @ with Powerhouse 5 at Mechanic Street House Concert. Doors open at 6:30pm, music starts at 7:00pm, $20 suggested donation, tickets must be reserved in advance through http://www.mechanicstreetmusic.com