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15/60/75 The Numbers Band - 45th Anniversary Concert!

When: Sat., Oct. 3, 8 p.m. 2015

15/60/75 The Numbers Band has a 45-year history of playing in Cleveland and recorded [1976’s] Jimmy Bell’s Still in Town at the Agora. Two years ago, the band celebrated the long-time-in-coming release of Coal Tattoo, which was originally recorded in 1998 when the band was in Europe to perform at a festival curated by Pere Ubu's David Thomas. It’s currently at work on a new song “Blue Collar," which it plans to play at the Kent Stage tonight when plays a special show to commemorate its 45th anniversary. For tonight's show, they'll play a tremendous amount of music, including songs that are often requested but were no longer included in the repertoire. There will be nine visiting musicians from Cleveland which will include tenor master, Ernie Krivda,Tony Mamoine of Pere Ubu fame, Chris Butler the creator of the Waitresses, drummer Rod Reisman from First Light and other former members who have been with the band as far back as 1971. (Niesel)

Price: $12-$15

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