By popular demand, a second show has been added!
Caamp - Strawberries Tour Night 1
Ona, Hocking River String Band
15711 Waterloo Road
Cleveland, OH, 44110
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
Started by boyhood friends Evan Westfall and Taylor Meier, CAAMP came to life in Athens, Ohio. Taylor began penning and playing original songs at coffee shops around Athens in 2013. Evan moved down a couple of years later and together in a hazy attic, enjoying light beers, they would find the heartfelt sound that became CAAMP. Since independently releasing their self-titled first record in 2016, they have climbed Spotify charts, headlined the US, purchased denim jackets and added a bass-playing buddy, Matt Vinson - who also enjoys light beers and denim. With the recent release of their sophomore album, BOYS, the Ohioan trio has high hopes and no reservations.
Ona is an indie-rock band comprised of longtime friends Brad Goodall (keys), Bradley Jenkins (vocals/guitar), Zach Johnston (bass), Max Nolte (drums), and Zack Owens (guitar).
The band formed in late 2013 and are based in Huntington, WV. Ona's debut record 'American Fiction' reached critical success appearing on NPR best of lists, SIRIUS Radio airplay, and a spot on nationally syndicated radio program Mountain Stage.
Hocking River String Band
Their lyrics fall on the ear as gently as a snowflake upon a frozen river, yet their sound impales your sole and takes control of your body. The banjo tings, dobro twangs, the guitar takes the lead, the fiddle sings a lullaby while the mandolin and standup bass keep expert time.
One could label the Hocking River String Band as bluegrass due to their standard song structures and break formats. One could also correctly assume that many of the band members have rock and roll roots. However to define them as anything other than a "Great Live Band" would be simultaneously painting them into a corner and selling them short. After four years of existence and now two full length albums, Hocking River String Band has established themselves as a serious player in Ohio's ever growing roots scene.
That being said, the truth remains that on any given weekend you are as likely to find them playing music around a campfire in the Hocking Hills as you are to see them on stage in Columbus or points beyond. A band that never takes themselves too seriously, with skillful instrumentals, powerful songwriting, and performances that allow the concert goer to lose themselves to joy and dance...
...this is the Hocking River String Band.
Tavern will open early @ 6pm with full food and bar service.
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