Those who have followed BoDeans’ remarkable 30-year musical career know that their blend of compelling songs and high energy performances have retained an unpretentious rock & roll loyal following like no other.

Best known for their catchy single, “Closer To Free,” the band’s accessible adult alternative sound has led to many a milestone, including a Rolling Stone Reader’s Poll for Best New American Band in 1987, and support slots with U2, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Tom Petty, George Thorogood, The Pretenders, David Bowie and numerous others. Appearances at Farm Aid, Summerfest, ACL Festival and others followed, along with TV appearances on “Saturday Night Live,” “Letterman,” “Today,” “Imus,” CNN, and ESPN, to name a few. BoDeans have a permanent installation at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland as part of their Midwest Artists exhibit. After multiple chart-topping radio singles, and TV placements, the BoDeans have defined a generation that embraced songs like “Good Things,” “You Don’t Get Much,” “Idaho,” “If It Makes You,” “Closer To Free,” “Stay,” and “All The World.”

BoDeans signed their first recording contract with Slash/Warner Brothers Records in 1985 and their debut record, “Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams” was released May, 1986. Since then, they have released 12 studio albums with ten records that hit the Billboard Top 200 Chart, and numerous singles on the Mainstream Rock, Top 40 and Triple A radio charts.

Few would expect them to still be going strong – so many years after Wisconsin’s favorite musical sons first formed, but they’ve proved as energetic and determined as they did on day one. Their music is featured throughout the new Netflix original series, “The Ranch,” which features Sam Elliott, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson and Debra Winger. They have major festival dates confirmed for the summer, and a new single coming out that is sure to be another chart-topper.

BoDeans now reside in a small group of bands that have managed to survive the ups and downs of the industry, remaining true to their sound and their style, for 30 years, and show no signs of slowing down.

While famous for their big hard rocking shows… band leader, Kurt Neumann, has decided to play a handful of select markets in listening rooms featuring a performance with much quieter, more intimate, stripped-down versions of classic BoDeans songs.

Clarence Bucaro

First and foremost a creative thinker, Clarence Bucaro aims to tell a story through his lyrics.

His tenth studio album Tableau is a vivid set of compositions with indelible audible imagery and heartfelt intimacy. A tableau depicts a scene from a story. It’s a picture, a painting or an image. Throughout his fifteen year career, Clarence has earned a reputation for his storytelling and open hearted lyrics.

Like a painting, there are many moments of darkness and light in his new record. In Lord, Light Me a Candle, Clarence looks for an eternal light, while reminding others to face their fears in the hypnotic Afraid of the Dark. In Cold Dark Night, he contemplates the system that creates senseless acts of violence like the death of Trayvon Martin in 2013.

"Bucaro excels in delivering penetrative and excitingly melodic observations.” - Rolling Stone

In the transparently truthful Your Love’s Not Close Enough and the thoughtful Timeless, these observations have never been more artful. Co-produced with industry vet Tom Schick, (Wilco, Ryan Adams, Norah Jones) Tableau is a searingly soulful body of work.

Over the years, the Cleveland, Ohio native has wowed crowds across the world with his unique folk-pop style. He has been featured on Sirius XM, NPR, Rolling Stone and the New York Times. Clarence has shared the stage with acts like Los Lobos, Suzanne Vega, Chrissie Hyde, Marc Cohn, Aaron Neville, Blind Boys of Alabama, Rodney Crowell, Richard Thompson and many others.

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