St. Patrick’s Day Party with The Portersharks, Carlos Jones & The P.L.U.S. Band and DJ Packy Malley

Saturday
16
Mar

Don’t Miss This Big Double-Header!

Carlos Jones & P.L.U.S. At 9pm and Portersharks At 7pm.

Tickets Start at Just $12!

We will be serving Irish favorites: corned beef, shepherd’s pie and Guinness, along with our regular menu


 

 

Carlos Jones & The P.L.U.S. Band Bio
The iron man of the Cleveland, Ohio, reggae scene is without question Carlos Jones. His journey follows the history of Cleveland reggae itself. In the late ’70s, he started out as a sideman (percussion/vocals) with the band I-tal, who was able to bring the music to the masses of local college kids with their unique, rock-influenced reggae sound. Their shows had a unifying atmosphere, packing clubs with ecstatic fans, hypnotized by the seductive and mystical rhythms and socially relevant messages.

Later, Jones began to come into his own as a songwriter and onstage presence in the group First Light. During their 14-year run, the group achieved a huge level of popularity with its powerful and eclectic brand of music, which mixed rock, funk, blues with reggae. By the mid-’90s, feeling the need to return to a more conscious, roots-reggae sound than First Light was known for, Carlos formed a stripped-down, mostly acoustic, four-piece combo which he named Strictly Roots, which would later be renamed, Peace Love Unity Syndicate, now more commonly known as The PLUS Band. After doing both projects for a number of years, Carlos decided to make the PLUS Band his full-time pursuit and First Light disbanded in May of 1998. Since then, he has been on a mission to carry the message of peace, love, unity, higher consciousness and the joy of the reggae vibration to all who will listen.

 

 

The Portersharks Bio
The Portersharks were formed in the late 1980s by guitarist/vocalist Bill Chambers and fiddler Francis Quinn, two friends sharing an interest in the music of Ireland. (Percussionist Brendan Carr and their newest member—County Clare, Ireland, native Patrick Custy on the Irish wood flute—rounds out their lineup.) Fortunate enough for them, people enjoy when the band play tunes and sing some songs, so they’ll keep doing just that. Slainte!
 
Limited Reserved Seating available. If you would like guaranteed seating with your group, please purchase reserved seating in advance.
 

Dining Options

You have two dining options when attending a show in our Concert Hall:

Rusty Anchor at the Music Box – If you’d enjoy a more extensive menu, we suggest you dine downstairs in the Rusty Anchor before your concert. The Rusty Anchor menu features a great mix of Cleveland Comfort food including a selection of seafood, steaks & chops. Reservations are required for parties of two or more. To make a dinner reservation, please click here or call our Box Office at (216) 242-1250 and allow 90 minutes to dine prior to the beginning of the show upstairs.

Concert Hall – Our Concert Hall menu is fast to the table and allows you to dine right in your ticketed seat. So, there is no additional reservation required. The Concert Hall kitchen will be open through intermission. Table side beverage service will continue throughout the concert.
 

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