Stay in the Loop!
Stay in touch with latest efforts as Cleveland Rocks Past Present & Future moves forward with our support efforts for the NEO Music Community.
Cleveland Rocks: Past Present Future has been creating free public concerts in the Waterloo Arts and Entertainment district for the past 4 years and we are back at again in 2021, as we all emerge from the COVID shutdown of the past 14 months. The impacts of COVID-19 have been dire for working musicians and the music industry as a whole. Last year we had to pivot and do virtual concerts, but were able to pay our scheduled musicians and actually help expand audiences because of the added online reach. This year we hope to do both live and live streaming.
Watch the Livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru1YulEJPzA
This month’s event will feature Moko Bovo and The Covemen.
MoKo Bovo: MoKo BoVo was founded to improvise and experiment in 1989. We want to reach people, draw them in, and take them new places. Insert spoken word and “out” sections in the middle of a traditional blues. We play covers that people don’t recognize. Get deep into tradition and experiment in that fertile place. Dan Bode, Rick Kodramaz, and Al Moses have been a constant over the years; for this special Tower Series showwe have Pete Dell on drums, who played with us in the 90s. Let’s play.
Covemen: Birthed from a Cove in North Collinwood and molded by the power of our Old Great Lake, the Covemen create and perform original garage rock and roll for the sole purpose of having fun.
The Waterloo Makes Music series will take place the first Friday of the month June-September as part of the monthly Walk All Over Waterloo art walk. Your support allows us to again pay musicians and the production team needed to mount our Waterloo Makes Music series.