Patrick Sweany

Thursday
06
May

Soul, Country, Blues and Rock 'n' Roll

  • Venue:Concert Hall
  • Showtime:7:30 pm
  • Doors open:5:30 pm
  • $15 AdvanceAdv, $20 Day of ShowDay of, All Ages, GA Seated, Dining Reservations Required
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    A GROUP SIZE RESERVATION IS REQUIRED AFTER BUYING TICKETS

    Due to social-distancing regulations, it is critical that ONE MEMBER of your party makes a table reservation for your group. The link appears on the webpage for the concert. We will also email you a reservation reminder after your ticket purchase.

    Ohio’s social-distancing guidelines mean we can NO LONGER offer specific reserved seats in our Concert Hall dining area for concerts. Going forward, Concert Hall seating will be general admission. This means you and your group will get your own individual table, and will enable our hosts to safely seat parties with 6 feet distancing between tables. Thank you!

New date! Patrick Sweany has been rescheduled to May 6, 2021.

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.
 

Why you should see this show…

Patrick Sweany is a workingman’s musician with tours to 49 states and Europe, plus six critically acclaimed albums. Raw and unpolished music with soulful nuance, this will be a concert with some bite to it.
 

 

Patrick Sweany Bio
Patrick Sweany likes the spaces in between.

On a given night (or on a given album) he’ll swing through blues, folk, soul, bluegrass, maybe some classic ’50s rock, or a punk speedball. He’s a musical omnivore, devouring every popular music sound of the last 70 years, and mixing ’em all together seamlessly into his own stew. Yet, the one thing that most people notice about Patrick isn’t his ability to copy – it’s his authenticity. Like his heroes, artists like Bobby “Blue” Bland, Doug Sahm, Joe Tex, Patrick somehow manages to blend all of these influences into something all his own.

It’s no wonder that as a kid he immersed himself in his dad’s extensive record collection: ’60s folk, vintage country, soul, and, of course, blues. Patrick spent hours teaching himself to fingerpick along to Leadbelly, Lightnin’ Hopkins, and other folk-blues giants.

In his late teens, Patrick began playing the clubs and coffeehouses around Kent, OH. He quickly gained a reputation for the intricate country blues style he was developing: part Piedmont picking, part Delta slide – with an equally impressive deep, smooth vocal style.

But Patrick wouldn’t stay in the acoustic world for long. His love of ’50s era soul and rock fused with the adrenaline-soaked garage punk revival happening throughout the Rust Belt pushed him to form a band.

After 7 critically acclaimed records (two produced by longtime collaborator Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys), Patrick has expanded his touring radius to 49 states and Europe. He’s played premiere festivals (Newport Folk Fest, Merlefest, Montreal Jazz Fest, Telluride Blues & Brews) and supported international acts such as The Black Keys, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, Hot Tuna, and others on tour.

His record, Ancient Noise, came out in Spring 2018. It was recorded at historic Sam Phillips Recording by acclaimed producer/engineer Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margot Price) and features an all-star backing band: Ken Coomer on drums (ex-Wilco), Ted Pecchio on bass (Doyle Bramhall II, Susan Tedeschi), and the legendary Charles Hodges on keys (Al Green). Ancient Noise is a great amalgam of Sweany’s evolving sounds, from the gritty blues of the openers “Old Time Ways” and “Up & Down,” to the piano-based ballad “Country Loving.” “We also added a lot more funk to this record,” says Sweany. “There’s a definite nod to the Deep South ’70s sound of Allen Toussaint productions and Little Feat jams.”

 

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.