Money Where Your Mouth Is: Bex Marshall

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C-Notes is still feeling the after-effects of celebrating the Cavs’ win yesterday. So rather than hype tonight’s Reverend Peyton/Bex Marshall/Jason Webley show at Wilbert’s, we’re just letting opener Bex Marshall talk it up. The buxom Brit guitarist is into bikes, blues, and black guitars. Read her take after the jump … Band: Bex Marshall Web: www.MySpace.com/BexMarshall Hometown: London, England Sounds like: “Explosion of blue hot acoustic slide roots/rock, poker-twisted with a whippin’ of bluegrass.” Recommend for fans of: “Joplin (Janis AND Scott), Stevie Ray, Memphis Minnie.” Fun fact: “Bex is riding a 900cc motorbike this summer on her U.K Tour called The Not So asy Rider Tour, promoting her new album, Kitchen Table. Playing Where/When: 8:30 p.m. Monday, April 28, with the Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band and Jason Webley at Wilbert’s (812 Huron Road, 216-902-4663), www.wilbertsmusic.com. Why you need to see them: “So you can experience One Girl, One Guitar... One Off!” -- Bex, who plays Black Resonator Guitar with mini slide

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