School of Rock's Very First Live Performance and Grad School Open House

School of Rock's Very First Live Performance and Grad School Open House

The Strongsville School of Rock debuted their inaugural performance at Brothers Lounge in Cleveland on Sunday, Jan. 20th, featuring the music of AC/DC. The School of Rock band of twelve students blasted their way through seventeen high powered songs that celebrated the rock ’n’ roll legacy of AC/DC.  

The energy that came off the stage was enough to power the city of Strongsville for a full week. Their second performance will be on Saturday, Jan. 26th at 4pm at Brothers Lounge.  Tickets are available at the School of Rock,  or at the door of the venue. 

The SoR band will also be showcased on WKYC’s ‘Live On Lakeside’ on Channel 3, Friday, Jan. 25th. At press time, they will be performing AC/DC’s classic ‘TNT’. Their performance will be shown between 10 and 11:30am.  

The next SoR performance show season will be ‘Staring Down The 90’s’, an overview of the music from the closing decade of the last century. The first rehearsal will be the first Saturday of February.  ‘Staring Down The 90‘s’ is signing up new students now.   

In other SoR news:

The Strongsville School of Rock will be hosting a Grad School Open House & Jam on Monday, Jan. 28th at 7pm. This will be an opportunity for prospective grad students to meet each other, hang out for a while and jam on a few songs with show director Chris Hatton.  Two songs they will definitely be performing will be The Beatles’ ‘Come Together’ and The Kink’s ‘You Really Got Me.’ Grad School’s first rehearsal will be on Monday, Feb. 4th at 7pm.  

Strongsville School of Rock. 16888 Pearl Rd. 440.572.7655. www.schoolofrock.com


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