Entertainment briefs, Dec. 7
Clyde arts program announces season
CLYDE – The Communities for the Arts has announced the 2018 season lineup.
Tickets for the 2018 season are available for the performances to take place in the Clyde High School auditorium.
The season is to kick off Feb. 10 with Jungle Bob. Tickets for this event are free. Pam Tillis, country singer-songwriter and member of the Grand Ole Opry, is to perform March 3. Tickets cost $30-$35. April 14, Volume Five, a bluegrass musical group, is to preform. Tickets cost $25. Roy Rivers as John Denver is to perform Oct. 6, with tickets costing $20. The Toledo Symphony Christmas Concert is to round out the season Nov. 30, with tickets costing $25.
All shows are to take place at 7:30 p.m. Season tickets cost $95 and can be purchased at the Clyde-Green Springs Board of Education building or by calling (419) 547-0588.
Morrison tribute comes to Toledo
TOLEDO – The Jim Morrison Tribute Show to benefit Unruly Arts is to take place at 8 p.m. Dec. 22 at the historic Maumee Indoor Theatre, 601 Conant St.
General admission tickets are $25 and $45 for VIP, which include three drink tickets.
Phil Barone, local entrepreneur and owner of the Rosie’s Italian Grille, the Rolling Chef and president of the Toledo Food Truck Association, is to perform with The Cruisers at a Jim Morrison tribute concert – Jim is “Back from the Desert.” The Cruisers consist of nine musicians: Pat McDonagh on lead guitar, Pistol Pete Robinson on drums; Mikey Blue Barone on harp; Andrew Struve on bass; Zane Babylon on keyboards and Phil Barone as Morrison, with a horn section led by Brad Sharp on horn, Bob Huff on trombone and Andrew Ewing on saxophone.