9/26: Jason Kuebler Benefit at Happy Dog

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Drummer Jason Kuebler has been behind the kit for 20 years, playing with local bands like Confront, Grain, Windpipe, the Ohio City Rollers and the Swills. He now plays drums for indie rockers Tinko. He was recently diagnosed with a treatable form of cancer but needs chemotherapy. Some of the city’s best bands are coming out tonight to help Kuebler pay the bills. Tinko’s Brian Strazek put together a stellar lineup, which includes Clouds Forming Crowns, Coffinberry, the Exploding Lies, the Up Ensemble, the Tired Eyes and Brent Kirby. Plus, Drill Kitty reunite, DJ Dave P spins and underground literary figure John Piche reads from his work. It starts at 6 p.m. at the Happy Dog (5801 Detroit Ave., 216.651.9474). Tickets: $7. — Jeff Niesel

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