Cleveland Winter, Bring It On.

Tag: Cleveland Hostel


Posted on 22nd January, by abilancini in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 8:00pm| Facebook | Twitter

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

Listen to Honeybucket

Honeybucket is a Cleveland-based newgrass trio that showcases upbeat and original pop/rock songs with a bluegrass sound.  Featuring Adam Reifsnyder on acoustic guitar, Brendan O’Malley on mandolin and Abie Klein-Stefanchik on upright bass, the trio blends tight three-part vocal harmonies, original melodies and foot-stomping rhythm.  The band’s influences can be heard in many of their songs, from the soaring harmonies of CSNY, to the fast-paced mandolin finger-picking of the Punch Brothers.  Honeybucket  fans, known lovingly as Bucketheads, are some of the most enthusiastic supporters around and you can feel the love at all of the band’s performances. To learn more about the band and to download their Ohio EP for free, visit the Honeybucket Facebook page at


Posted on 22nd January, by abilancini in Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 8:00pm| Facebook

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

Listen to Oldboy

A 3-5 piece band from Cleveland, this mid-western band understands the blue collar mentality of musicians. Working hard to put together good music, good shows and work hard doing it.

They strive to make every show an event, something you won’t soon forget. The self-released ep “by the light of the moon” combines well-crafted, unique songwriting with wistful, sometimes epic, to downright heavy rock and roll. These songs give you a feeling that is as old as it is new with songs ranging from hopeful to haunting.

Brite Winter Blog

Cleveland's annual outdoor winter art and music festival. Celebrating winter is better than tolerating it. Keep up with our blog for news and updates about the people and places lighting their torches to make this winter fun and full of life.

Interview: Signals Midwest

Recorded over two weeks in Cleveland, Signals Midwest unleashed Light On The Lake, the follow-up to their acclaimed sophomore album Latitudes & Longitudes, in...

Interview: Texas Plant

“Roll the dice and shoot to kill” Texas Plant implores you on “Smiles”, a 2013 release that fits between their other tales of gin-soaked...

Interview: Carrie Ryan

Interplaying bittersweet folk and captivating, sparse piano-pop, Carrie Ryan made her debut at 18 with the coming-of-age tales on her debut, This Road. A...