Kevin McCarthy & Beautiful Loser

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Kevin McCarthy is from �??Frisco, but don�??t hold that against him
Money Where Your Mouth Is: Scene's music writers are busy scraping off their black nail polish after Monday's emo-riffic My Chemical Romance concert, so they hereby surrender the podium to let a band speak for itself. Band: Kevin McCarthy & Beautiful Loser Hometown: "Bi-coastal: Cleveland/San Francisco" Sounds like: "Dan Ben, Jack Johnson" Fun fact: "Scott Barkan from Hypnotic Clambake plays guitar on new release, which was co-produced by former Clevelander Jerry Becker, now in The Bittersweets. Jeremy Bleich of Birth will be in town to perform at the CD release party." Playing: "Don't miss the CD Release Party at the Agora (5000 Euclid Ave., 216-881-6911) on Friday March 2 at 8 p.m. Advance tickets purchased off the web site before Friday will include a copy of the CD in the ticket price. Advance ticket price is $15. Tix at the door are $20." Why you need to see them: "McCarthy has taken his jam-band jazzy roots and melded them onto a dreamy, rhythmic singer songwriter foundation." - Katherine

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