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PEABODY'S ROCKS FOR CLEVELAND SEMI'S



It's April in Cleveland and anything goes. Youre favorite weather man predicted 4 nights of great music coupled with rain, snow, and everything you come to expect from the home of Rock 'n Roll. Fans got all that and more as they fought through $20 parking, Force families, and the last Alberta Clipper of the season. When all was said and done, we have a Final at the Odeon on June 4th; full of the finest Cleveland has to offer. The Finals will be full of diversity this year. Rock'n Roll, Metal, Alt, Punk and even one great MC will all be present for the panel of judges. So let's start where it began with old school rock. TBS, featuring the phenomenal guitar playing of Tyrone, won over the entire audience on Sunday and took the top slot. All Guitar players better practice their licks if they want to walk out with a new Crate Blue Voodoo on the 4th. Motter Flynn, the youngest competitors of the weekend, showed great improvement from the prelims. Looking as polished as bands that have been together for years it is hard to believe that this was only their Third show ever. Speaking of third, Third Nature advanced as well with a great stage show, complete with stage diving front man, mosh pit, and secret mc, Revelation. When asked, I was told they “Can't Stop” until they are drinking free beer in Germany in August. Also putting on great stage shows were the boys from Hydra, Mush and Mudflower. Under the bright lights of the Odeon, expectations are high for them to take it to the next level. The prominent genre once again was Metal and those in attendance got all they could handle. From the Maidenesc Lick the Blade to the fist raising fury of Russet Burbank, expect devil horns to be in abundance on the 4th. PKS put on another killer performance making full use of their Senhieser wireless systems. I don't expect the large stage at the Odeon will be able to contain them and both fans and bands are picking them as a favorite to move on to the regional finals in Cincinnati. Rounding out the metal will be 446. Featuring a new lead singer and some great harmonies this wild card can only continue to improve. Representing the punks will be LosDeadbeats. In true punk fashion they had misspelled merchandise and their fans tore up Peabody's, thoroughly enjoying the free stickers provided by the Sony rep that was in attendance. So what do you do if you live far from Downtown and you want all the fan support you can muster? Bring a busload of hard drinking, loud, screaming friends and family along for the ride. This was the recipe for success for alt rockers Grendyl and the Metal of Caldera. Both fed off the energy the crowd built up on their way to Peabody's and helped them on to the Odeon. Best of all, only one designated driver was needed to make sure everyone gets home safely. Rounding out the field will be the unclassifiable music of Emmet. Featuring the great songwriting of James Pequinot, this quartet of boys from Akron should continue to win over fans and has a bright future well after Emergenza wraps up in August. So as warmer winds start coming from the west, expect a day full of fun and surprises when we reconvene on last time, June 4th at the Odeon.