Music events worth seeking out in Cleveland this week

If you love live music, there's no time like the present when it comes to getting out and about in Cleveland. From musical production honoring RBG to a blues harmonica concert, here are the local shows worth checking out this week.

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Notorious RBG in Song

Chief Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has served on the U.S. Supreme Court for 25 years and now her groundbreaking life and work are being celebrated in song. This concert, called "The Long View: A Portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Nine Songs" was created by RBG's daughter-in-law, composer and singer Patrice Michaels. 

When: Thursday, April 18, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Cleveland State University, Drinko Recital Hall, 2001 Euclid Ave.
Price: Free
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Bey Day: Beychella One Year Anniversary

Are you a proud member of the Beyhive? This event features music and videos all night long exclusively by Beyoncé and Destiny's Child in celebration of Beyoncé's iconic performance at the 2018 Coachella music festival. Cocktails will be available. Ages 21 and over.

When: Friday, April 19, 9 p.m.- Saturday, April 20, 2:30 a.m.
Where: Twist Social Club, 11633 Clifton Blvd.
Price: Free
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Silent Party Cleveland: Trap, Reggae and Twerk

Millennium Age hosts the latest Silent Party, in which attendees hit the dance floor wearing wireless headphones that they can tune to the music of their choice. Three DJs at the event will be playing music on three different "channels" as they each strive to become the favorite of the partygoers. Want to talk to your fellow revelers or just relax? Take off your headphones or simply turn down their volume to share a conversation.

When: Friday, April 19, 10 p.m.- Saturday, April 20, 2 a.m.
Where: East End Restaurant & Bar, 1330 Old River Road
Price: $20
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Brandon Santini: Real Blues, Jazz and Roots

Brandon Santini is a harmonica player and vocalist out of Memphis and he brings his contribution to the blues genre to Wilbert's Food and Music on Saturday night. As the founder of the band Delta Highway and having released his third solo album in January 2015, Santini has been recognized for his craft and live shows, which are a mixture of blues, jazz and roots in the style of Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson. 

When: Saturday, April 20, 9:30-11 p.m.
Where: Wilbert's Food & Music, 812 Huron Road East
Price: Free
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