Peninsula, OH

Alex Bevan, Brent Kirby to collaborate in live music on September 3

Paul Krasinic
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PENINSULA, OH — Two Ohio singers, Alex Bevan and Brent Kirby, will perform together in live music on September 3 at The Bronson Church Green, 1712 Main Street, State Route 303, Peninsula, OH at 7 p.m. EDT.

The event is organized by The Peninsula Foundation which was founded in 1997 by the late Robert L. Hunker. The organization serves local residents, schoolchildren, and visitors by promoting historic preservation, preserving artifacts, preserving archives, and promoting tours of historic buildings in the Peninsula, Ohio, and Cuyahoga Valley.

Those who wish to watch the musical performances of these two musicians can pre-order tickets on the Eventbrite page at and click the "Tickets" buttons.

For general admission, one ticket costs $22 plus a fee of $1.76. Ticket sales will close on September 3. The gates will open at 6:30 p.m. This event is held in sunny or rainy weather conditions. If weather changes, the event will be moved to inside the G.A.R. Hall.

Alex Bevan is the singer-songwriter of “Skinny Little Boys”, “Grand River Lullaby” and “Have Another Laugh on Cleveland Blues!” For more than 20 years, he has been a mainstay at The Boathouse on South Bass.

In addition, he has also performed frequently in watering holes on Kelley's Island, produced most of Pat Dailey's records, and performed songs at a number of yacht clubs along the North Shore armed with a guitar and ball cap.

Meanwhile, Brent Kirby is a singer who grew up in Wisconsin and has played music in various places such as Nashville, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Cleveland.

Since his early teens, he often played music in bars and clubs. The lyrics of his music are more likely to dictate current life and are spiced with romance.

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