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And it is music that has been honed over a lifetime for the native Clevelander, who picked up a guitar at age 10 and starred with his band – featuring brother Vito on bass, who eventually went on to play with the O’Jays and Tower of Power -- on Cleveland’s legendary “Upbeat’’ show, which ran from 1964 to 1971. Armstrong, who’s 60, “stronger than ever and shooting for Robert Lockwood’s record’’ of playing into his 90s, began listening to music at the age of 4, when his mom bought him his first records.
The family had an old Victrola, the type with the sound horn, and she’d come downstairs to find her son sticking his head in the horn, just like the dog in the RCA Victor logo, to listen to Fats Domino’s “Blueberry Hill,” Bill Doggett’s “Honky Tonk’’ and Elvis Presley’s “Hound Dog,’’ because he thought se he thought that’s the way you were supposed to listen to the Victrola.
"The Boneyard kind of had a cowboy-esque atmosphere," Schwartz said.
"This is a lot more clean-line, modern touch to an industrial feel.
I’ve been unable to determine of the Lake is listed at Cinema Treasures yet.
January 11, 2011 at pm I never went to see a movie at this theater, but I did go to The Barnes & Noble it became a few times in HS (this is the late 90s). I spent many a Saturday afternoon as a kid and nights as a teen watching the movies at the Mayland.
The architecture is high ceilings with 1950 rustic high beams." The space is undergoing about 0,000 in renovations, he said.
Schwartz, a Cleveland nightclub owner and restaurateur, is partnering with chefs Shawn and Tiffany Monday to open Play. "As you know, you can't just take someone's building away." Cleveland's a big-league foodie town and we've got the news and reviews you need to navigate all of the area's dining-out options, plus a growing collection of essential dining guides.
Owner of the former Boneyard restaurant on Mayfield Road is partnering with Flip Side and One Red Door chefs Shawn and Tiffany Monday to reopen the space as a more upscale eatery and arcade dubbed Play.
MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio — Owner of the former Boneyard Beer Farm and Mesquite Grill on Mayfield Road is revamping the sports bar into an upscale restaurant and arcade dubbed Play.
He and his band played their first gig in 1962, a private party. Eventually, a woman from WHK – Ann Schlam – heard the boys at a party, became their manager and got them on “Upbeat’’ and several other gigs.
“The first party, the pay was a silver dollar apiece,’’ Armstrong said. “I think I was 11 and my brother was 8 or 9,’’ Armstrong said.