Beau Coup's Frank Amato to Host a Benefit Christmas Concert on Dec. 23 at the Music Box


Frank Amato, the lead singer of the long-running local rock band Beau Coup, has enlisted several of Cleveland’s top local musicians for his second annual Cleveland All-Star Christmas Jam. The event takes place at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 23, at the Music Box Supper Club. It serves as a fundraiser for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lorain County, a mentoring program to help area children reach their full potential.

Beau Coup’s Dennis Lewin, Don Krueger and Bill March will perform alongside locals like Paul Wolf Christensen (Michael Stanley and the Resonators), Eric “Eroc” Sosinski (Michael Stanley and the Resonators/Wish You Were Here), Jennifer Lee (Michael Stanley and the Resonators), Joey DePasquale (Disco Inferno), Steve Jochum (Wild Horses), Billy Sullivan (Herman’s Hermits/Beau Coup), Rich Spina (Herman’s Hermits/Love Affair), Tommy Amato (Rock Relief), Debbie Lewin (the Divas), Michael Tyler (Unglued) and Neil Zaza.

Auction items include two tickets to KISS’s End of the Road Tour, a promo pack from Neil Giraldo's Three Chord whiskey, a Metallica Fan Package, a House of Blues Foundation Room Wish You Were Here VIP package and an autographed guitar signed by the all-star band that’s playing at the show.

Tickets cost $24 in advance, $28 at the door.

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