Go See the Lonesome Stars Tonight



They dont look too lonesome, do they?
  • They don't look too lonesome, do they?

Cuyahoga Valley National Park concludes its Cuyahoga Valley House Concert series tonight with a performance by the Lonesome Stars. The alt-bluegrass group is a side project for three of the area’s top musicians — singer-songwriter Chris Allen, bassist Tom Prebish and blues singer/guitarist Austin “Walkin’ Cane” Charangat. The three have known each other since attending first grade at St. Christopher’s in Cleveland. They’ll perform the entire CD they recorded together, Motorbikes, Radios & Dancehalls, joined by violinist Ed Caner, who hosts the series. It takes place at Hines Hill Conference Center (1403 W. Hines Hill Rd., Peninsula), with doors at 7:30 p.m., music at 8. There will also be free refreshments, and those arriving early (6 p.m.) can get a tour of the property led by CVNP employees. Admission: $6. — Anastasia Pantsios

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