Nashville’s Hillbilly Casino to crash The Club Room
Out and About
March 31, 2021
The Nashville-based Hillbilly Casino will pay a visit to The Club Room from 7-10 p.m. on Apr. 15 for Nashville Thursdays. The brainchild of Nic Roulette of The Blue Moon Boys, this high-octane touring force provides a unique blend of rock n’ roll, punk, and rockabilly.
Sitting in with the band will be local musicians Colin Taylor and Sam Clay. Both Taylor and Clay joined the band for a few different livestream events, so this is not their first rodeo. Make sure to reserve your table by calling the Club Room at (260) 407-8530.
The Foellinger Theatre recently announced that three of their summer shows have being rescheduled.
Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles is now scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 1; Rumours: a Fleetwood Mac Tribute is moved to Saturday, Aug. 14; and Air Supply is blown clear to next year on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Current ticketholders are encouraged to follow these shows to their new dates, but if that is not possible, full refunds will be available.
Other shows scheduled for 2021 include Kenny Cetera’s Chicago Experience on July 16, The Beach Boys on July 25, REO Speedwagon on Jult 31, Stayin’ Alive: The Sound of the Bee Gees on Aug. 7, and DSL: Dire Straits Legacy on Aug. 29.
School of Rock Show
The School of Rock has a nifty show coming up on Saturday, Apr. 17, at the recently updated Baker Street Centre — formerly C2G Music Hall. This performance will see students covering different genres.
Things will kick off at 1 p.m. with The White Stripes vs. The Black Keys followed by Motley Crue vs. Guns N’ Roses at 3 p.m., Fleetwood Mac vs. Eagles at 5:15 p.m., and Elton John vs. Billy Joel at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 day of show and can be purchased from your favorite SOR student, at the school, or at the door.
Wrestling fans rejoice! Heroes and Legends XIV is coming to the Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, Apr. 24. This all-day event will include meet-and-greets, vendors, and a whole array of high-energy grappling.
Set to appear will be Davey Boy Smith Jr., The Headbangers, Cortez Castro, “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, Swoggle, Jayson “Hurricane” Maples, and many more. The fanfest will begin at noon with bell time slated for 7:30 p.m.
Tickets for Heroes and Legends XIV are available now via Ticketmaster or the Coliseum box office. Current CDC guidelines will be followed during all activities.
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