Thursday, May 24th, 2018
$10 / ALL AGES / TAVERN / DOORS at 7pm
Michelle Romary is a Cleveland based singer, songwriter, lyricist, and recording artist. Since 2015, she has released and self published 3 solo EPs, the newest entitled, Grounded, in her 4-part EP series. Described by Danielle Immerman, formerly of Cleveland Scene Magazine, as having "...incredible songwriting ability and amazing vocals..." her most recent EP, Grounded, blends rock with elements of western, reggae, ska, punk, and pop. She pushes the boundaries of popular music by creating powerful imagery through her introspective lyrics, blending rock and classical vocal stylings, and disregarding traditional genre rules.
Michelle will be bringing her full band to the Beachland show, featuring Efraín Hernández (drums), Jimmi Chance (guitars, vocals), Brent Hamker (guitar), and some special guest musicians.
“Her voice and her lyrics have the ability to say it, rather sing it, like it is. There’s no bullshit behind anything. Her lyrics are inspired by her everyday life, making them relatable to every listener, and her vocals are pure and untampered. In a day when pretty much every song that makes it onto the radio has been manipulated ten-times over, it’s refreshing to hear music that sounds as good live as it does recorded. Romary is the real deal...”
— Danielle Immerman, Cleveland Scene Magazine
“...a versatile songwriter and performer who draws on a wide range of styles to capture her personal thoughts and feelings.”
— Thomas Mulready, CoolCleveland
Marina Strah is a singer/songwriter from Cleveland, OH whose influences infuse blues, jazz & pop with catchy lyrics, unforgettable melodies, and an energetic personality.
Her love of music set in at an early age being surrounded by her father's band, Jukebox Heroes, ad at age 12 he taught her to play drums. As a senior in high school Marina was co section leader of the drum line, and at age 18 picked up the guitar for the first time.
Her first public performance came when a friend asked her to play Paul McCartney's Blackbird for a school talent show, and she hasn't looked back. Since then she has been named winner of the 2014 Ohio's Got Talent contest, winner of the RyanSeacrest.com cover contest, one of cleveland.com's most interesting people of 2015, and is in the wake of releasing her debut EP, Run Away, earlier this spring.
Originally from Birmingham, England, Guy made his way to Cleveland in 2016. Currently, Guy is a recording and voiceover artist, songwriter and performer. Guy plays bass for The Shadow Division - an original, Cleveland indie rock band and works with Monkey Puzzle Recording Studios and American Greetings. As an independent musician, Guy has fronted many original and cover bands including Mick and the Brit, Ampersand, Shaler, Rockography and The Fores and he has performed in a variety of venues from local bars to football stadiums. Guy's original music spans his many inspirations that range from Queen and Eric Clapton to The Beatles and Pink Floyd. It is his voice that hits you first and has been compared to famous front men like Whitesnake's David Coverdale or Free's Paul Rodgers.