Waterloo Makes Music is a free concert series on Waterloo as a gift to all the music lovers in the community, and a celebration of Cleveland’s amazing musical legacy.
We are kicking off the 2023 Waterloo Makes Music series with a special Songwriters in the Round showcase! Clare Feorene, Morgan Mecaskey, and Taylor Lamborn will join us Sunday, February 5th, at the Cleveland Rocks Shop – located in the former Music Saves storefront at 15801 Waterloo Rd. Special thanks to Cuyahoga Arts and Culture for supporting this program.
is a singer songwriter and Cleveland native. They write using mellifluous melodies inspired by folk musicians mixed with catchy chord progressions found in indie pop music. They make music to honor life, its hardships, and intense joys. First picking up a guitar in 2018 with the desire to join friends in song around the many summer bonfires of their late teens, a passion for songwriting soon emerged that provided an avenue to explore and process what it means to be human.
is an American musician, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist living in Cleveland, Ohio. Mecaskey’smusic is a head and heart experience for the listener: earnest lyrics delve into metaphysical questions while vivid soundscapes, whimsical motifs, and fat beats build the bold and beguiling music.
‘s sound is just as powerful and full of personality as she is. A little indie rock-a lot of blues-but at the heart of it all, she’s singer/songwriter with the type of grit that digs straight into your soul. Lamborn proudly calls Cleveland, Ohio her home. When in town she works as an artist, performer, and consultant on vocal arrangement and songwriting. She has released a number of live singles, three projects, toured internationally as a solo artist and worked locally with Cleveland legends. Lamborn captivates audiences with her emotive performances. She has played in a variety of venues, radio stations, and festivals throughout the continental US. She has notably been sought out by Producers of ABC’s American Idol 2014 and 2015 to be part of the show, won Cleveland’s 2013 Warner Brothers showcase at House of Blues, and was featured as Taylor Guitar’s “Player of the Week”.