Here's what to do in Cleveland this week

Here's what to do in Cleveland this week
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By Hoodline - Published on November 26, 2019.

From country music to benefit concert for the rainforest, there's plenty to enjoy in Cleveland this week. Read on for a rundown of ideas for how to fill your calendar.

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Happy Hour with DJ Dollar Country

From the event description:

Gallop on over to the Happy Dog for DJ Dollar Country, spinning the deepest country, western and folk cuts around.

When: Friday, Nov. 29, 6-9 p.m.
Where: The Happy Dog, 5801 Detroit Ave.
Admission: Free
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The Pineapple Thief Featuring Gavin Harrison • Randy McStine • The Receiver

From the event description:

The Pineapple Thief’s 2016 album, "Your Wilderness," produced 4m+ album streams, a #7 in the UK Independent charts and two extensive headline European tours culminating at London’s Islington Assembly Hall, where the concert was recorded for the live release "Where We Stood."

Randy McStine is a 28-year old musician, songwriter and producer from New York. As a guitarist, vocalist, bassist and drummer, Randy has recorded and performed with a diverse list of talent.

The Receiver is brothers Casey (keyboards, bass, vocals) and Jesse Cooper (drums, vocals) from Columbus. Formed in 2005, the brothers quickly expanded on ideas composed the previous year by Casey for his senior thesis in music composition studies at The Ohio State University.

When: Friday, Nov. 29, 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Where: Beachland Ballroom, 15711 Waterloo Road
Admission: $30-$35 
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The Cory Grinder Band • Dan Whitaker & the Shinebenders

From the event description:

The Cory Grinder Band writes original honky tonk type tunes for those who love that old hillbilly sound. Their entertaining live performances are full of fun, upbeat songs and the silly antics of the band. Always trying to have a good time, it’s not unusual to see the group switching around instruments and bringing guests into the fold. 

Dan Whitaker & The Shinebenders have been doing honky tonk their way since 2004. Singer, songwriter and guitarist Dan Whitaker writes from the heart, something he’s been doing for over thirty years. His songs are peopled with the characters you find in honky tonks: the heroes, the sinners, the heartworn and the lost in love.

When: Friday, Nov. 29, 9 p.m.- Saturday, Nov. 30, 12 a.m.
Where: Beachland Tavern, 15711 Waterloo Road
Admission: $7-$10 
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Benefit for the Rainforest Featuring Oregon Space Trail of Doom / Broken Keys

From the event description:

Join local psych rockers Oregon Space Trail of Doom and Broken Keys for a benefit for the rainforest.

When: Friday, Nov. 29, 9 p.m.-Saturday, Nov. 30, 12 a.m.
Where: The Happy Dog, 5801 Detroit Ave.
Admission: $6
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