Alex Bevan & Austin Walkin’ Cane


North Coast Troubadour & Fiery Delta Bluesman

In accordance with Ohio regulations, masks are required except while at your dining table. Congregating is not permitted, so plan to enjoy the show from your seat. Advance table reservations are required, and our host will seat you from the next properly distanced table.

We kindly request guests depart immediately following the concert. After the show, feel free to visit with each other outdoors, following distancing guidelines.

Advance table reservations are required or we will not be able to seat you with your friends. Parties of 2 to 10 people allowed per table, to be distanced from the next table.

Why you should see this show…

If you are from Northern Ohio you might know Alex Bevan as the guy who wrote and performed “Skinny Little Boy,” “Grand River Lullaby” and “Have Another Laugh on Cleveland Blues!” and the troubadour at any number of yacht clubs along the North Shore armed with a guitar and a ball cap slinging spontaneous blarney…

Another local legend, Austin Walkin’ Cane is a former Blues Music Award Nominee known around these parts for dominating the stage with some damn fine new blues, commanding vocals, and fiery Delta chops!.


Alex Bevan Bio
Alex Bevan has been sharing his voice, guitar, music and stories with audiences for more than forty years. First known as the “Skinny Little Boy” from Cleveland, Ohio who came to “Chase your wimmin’ and drink your beer,” Alex has made a name for himself throughout the Regional Ohio music scene.

Drawing on his deep skill set of imaginative and honest songwriting combined with an agile, improvisational wit that dovetails wonderfully with his flawless guitar slinging. Alex never fails to delight and charm audiences no matter what the venue.

His recordings span the gamut from folk to folk rock and pop to children’s educational music. He has won a number of awards for his commercial efforts in radio and television including an Emmy for his score of The American Promise – Rustbelt Blues for WKYC. Alex’s creative works have also contributed to documentary film scores.

The recent release of I Have No Wings, on Fiddler’s Wynde Records (his 21st recording of original music) celebrates the mature vision of a songwriter who connects the dots from “back in the day” to the present with poetry, compassion and a knack for melody unmatched by many in the modern music movement.

You need to see him to believe him and hear him to know him. He is a genuinely “LOW TECH and PROUD.”


Austin Walkin' Cane Bio
“Austin Walkin’ Cane arrives bearing not only a cool blues calling card but a commanding voice and fiery Delta chops.” – The New Yorker

Damn Fine Blues! Original & classic delta blues featuring slide guitar and soulful vocals. A blues gumbo repertoire that can conjure up the ghosts of highway 61 & the delta blues experience. Austin Walkin’ Cane is a blues singer, songwriter, and slide guitarist that performs acoustic solo, duo, & electric band sets. Austin Walkin’ Cane has toured Australia, Nepal, Colombia, France, Germany, England, Wales, and the US, from New Orleans, Louisiana to Juneau, Alaska with only a guitar & suitcase in hand.

Austin walked for ten years with a cane due to an arterial venous malformation at birth. While performing on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, a homeless man called out “Hey Walkin’ Cane got some spare change for a brother?!” Austin took the jibe as his nickname. In 1996, after years of battling the inevitable, his left leg was amputated below the knee. A year after the surgery, he returned to the music scene stronger & without need of a cane.

In 2002, Austin & Karen Starks were married at Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee and began recording his 706 Union Ave. CD at the legendary studio immediately after the ceremony. “The thought of getting married & recording in the same room where many of my heroes took their first steps was incredible.” Austin Walkin’ Cane is proud to be sponsored by National Reso-Phonic Guitars, Ernie Ball Strings, Dr. Z Amplifiers & Rocky Mountain Slide Co.

AWC’s 2008 CD Murder of a Blues Singer, was inspired by an after hour diner conversation with blues legend Robert Jr. Lockwood. “The stories were flowing like the grease off our plates”, subsequently the album is saturated in classic delta blues, as were the tales of Lockwood’s stepfather, Robert Johnson. Mr. Lockwood had agreed to perform on the record, but fate had changed that path. The Walkin’ Cane Band captured the perfect “live in the studio” feeling that Austin & co-writer Chris Allen had envisioned for these songs. The band is a well oiled machine. Special guests on Murder of a Blues Singer include Colin Dussault, Eroc Sosinski and one of Cleveland’s finest gospel groups, the Prayer Warriors.

In 2011, an acoustic CD, A World Of Blues, was released. The Allen/Charanghat original songs were recorded live at the Brothers Lounge as a testament to Walkin’ Cane living on the road. The album uses excerpts of Austin’s world travels in addition to the show recorded in the heart of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame city.

During the summer of 2014, One Heart Walkin’ was recorded in two days at the historic G.A.R. Hall in Peninsula, OH. Built in 1850, the former schoolhouse & Civil War Veteran’s hangout, set the perfect mood for this album. Listening to Cane’s most recent album is like being a passenger on the old Illinois Central Railroad. These “Damn Fine Blues,” take the listener from the south side of Chicago, through the deep south of the Mississippi Delta. You’ll stop in Memphis, Clarksdale & Bentonia, and ride to the end of the line of New Orleans, Louisiana.

All of the songs on One Heart Walkin’ were co-written with songwriter and grade school friend, Chris Allen. The album of Allen/Charanghat originals came to life with the help of legendary producer & bassist Don Dixon, harmonica extraordinaire Dave Morrison, Allen on acoustic guitar, Freddie Perez-Stable on drums & members of the Revolution Brass Band, bringing in the sound of New Orleans.


Dining Option

Purchase of a ticket to a show in the Supper Club ensures you will have a seat for the concert. However, if you intend to dine before or during the performance, you also need to make a dining reservation. To make a dining reservation, click here or call our Box Office at (216) 242-1250. Click here to see Rusty Anchor menu.

If you are attending a concert in the Supper Club with a party of two or more, please have one person make a reservation for the whole group to ensure you are seated together. If you are attending with a party of eight or more, you must call the Box Office to make your reservation at (216) 242-1250.

To better serve all our customers, we require that you arrive on time for your dining reservation. Arriving more than 15 minutes after your reserved time will result in the cancellation of your reservation. You will be seated for the concert, but you may be put on a waiting list for dining.


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