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This will become a yearly event done in the summer for all Highland Hts residents. Each year, we will partner with a charity to help raise money. The idea of our event to is bring together the neighborhood, raise money for charity and just have a lot of summer fun. The event will include the following : - Over 30 wines to try - Catered food from Joe's Wood Fired Pizza | Includes salad, snacks and wood fired pizzas. (Joe Emerman is a local resident as well) - Live Entertainment - Silent Auction Ticket prices will be $50 per person and this includes all food and wine. Please bring cash for items you want to bid on at the silent auction. All wine will be available to buy at state minimum through Highland Hops and Vines. They will be there to take orders and accept credit cards.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Neil Young, James Taylor, Eagles, Barenaked Ladies, Bob Dylan
Label: Jackson Hardware Album (PacificSol.com)
Manager: Bob C.
Bio: Indebted to have opened for and shared stages with Styx, Ted Nugent, REO Speed Wagon, John McLaughlin, Alex Bevan, Joanna Koslin, and various other industry legends that in itself has allowed for an extremely humbling and gratifying experience ....also, have had the pleasure to learn from legends...See Full Bio
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“ CD Review: Larry Insana "Endless Road" This singer-songwriter has been kicking around the local scene for years, opening for acts such as Styx, Ted Nugent and REO Speedwagon. Those classic rock connections notwithstanding, Insana's new album, which local power-pop guy Scott Hanson produced, is a real mellow affair. Opening "Nick of Time" sounds a bit like something Willie Nelson might have penned and "'Til the World Slows Down" is as melancholy as its title. The up-tempo "Blues by Bedpost" benefits from some wailing harmonica and Insana's baritone evokes that of Johnny Cash a bit on the novelty tune "Hot Peppers." The party-hearty tune "The 5th Day" verges on Jimmy Buffett territory, but on the whole this album shows off Insana's terrific songwriting abilities. Recorded in both Cleveland and Miami, Florida, the album sounds great, too, as its production quality is first rat”