Veteran Cleveland folkie Alex Bevan calls himself the “Low Tech Troubador,” but he’s embracing contemporary technology.
For those who don’t feel like braving the ice and cold to go out or don’t want to wait until St. Patrick’s Day — when Bevan and Bob Gatewood take the stage at Wilbert’s after the parade and play “till we drop”— Bevan is bringing the concert to your computer.
Tomorrow at noon, he’ll be playing a live streaming show in which he promises “some songs from the past ... some from the present ... and always a bit of storytelling and perspective from this low-tech troubadour.”
You can find the webcast at alexbevan.com. —Anastasia Pantsios
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