CLEVELAND, Ohio – Summer time might belong to the younger weapons in music, however this can be a nice time for the veteran gunslingers, with Rock & Roll Corridor of Famers Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples and Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsay Buckingham and Christine McVie stopping in Northeast Ohio.
Bob Dylan, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. three, E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Corridor. What makes this specific Dylan look so intriguing is the opening act, R&B and gospel singer Mavis Staples. On the floor, the music from the 2 icons could not be extra totally different, with Dylan’s typically (OK, often) unintelligible, virtually sotto voce mumble and fellow Rock & Roll Corridor of Famer Staples’ vibrant and nonetheless highly effective contralto. Separated by solely two years – he is the child at seventy six, and she or he’s two years older – every has earned legend standing not just for their music however for his or her activism. Tickets, $fifty five to $one hundred twenty five, can be found on the field workplace, on-line at ticketmaster.com and by telephone at 1-800-745-3000 and 330-972.7570.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie, eight p.m. Friday, Nov. three, Arduous Rock Rocksino. When McVie lastly returned to Fleetwood Mac in 2014 after leaving in 1998, the magic that made the band one of many largest acts within the ’70s resurfaced. However one thing else occurred: McVie reignited her ardour for. She and Buckingham launched an album this previous summer time, “Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie,” that additionally featured drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist (and McVie ex) John McVie because the rhythm part. Fellow singer Stevie Nicks wasn’t out there for the recording periods, in line with Rolling Stone, so might have been a Fleetwood Mac CD turned a duets album. What’s fascinating is that whereas there is no denying the DNA, this actually is not new Fleetwood Mac music. The Rocksino present will function numerous it, plus a number of the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame band’s classics. Tickets, $seventy five to $169.50, can be found on the field workplace, on-line at ticketmaster.com and by telephone at 1-800-745-3000.