A rock legend is playing within driving distance, and you would be foolish to miss him.
Not Springsteen. F***, no. If I wanted to see political rhetoric divide the room, I'd have watched the debates. Can a guitar player really shape anyone's election-day decision? If so, that's sad. If this was the '60s, Abbie Hoffman would make fun of Bruce Springsteen.
I'm talking MICHAEL SCHENKER, tonight at Peabody's in Cleveland. Mindless escapism. Great music. MSG, UFO and Scorpions played by rock's most overlooked guitarist. Precision meets passion meets an undeniable craziness that's undoubtedly limited his career. But when Schenker's on, like this past March at Peabody's, no one is better. MY LIFE'S SOUNDTRACK.
And now, please rise for your national anthem: