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Norm Nardini

After the Tribe beats the White Sox, Monday, April 11. Wilbert's, 812 Huron Road E., 216-902-GOOD.

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Jon Bon Jovi on Norm Nardini: "Norman Nardini is the epitome of rock and roll. He lives it and breathes it." And, in a transcription of his mile-a-minute stage rap, Norm Nardini on Norm Nardini: "All man, all day. The last true man. The heart and soul. The manful handful. The beauty on duty. The wop wit da bop. The guinea wit da skinny. The high priest from the Church of Rock and Roll." Join brother Nardini for services after the Indians' home opener.

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