The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum


Chef Jam 2013

Sunday, June 9: 7 p.m.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Cleveland Food Rocks are pleased to announce that Asleep At The Wheel will perform at the 2013 Chef Jam event on the museum’s Main Stage on Sunday, June 9. The event begins at 7 p.m.

Chef Jam brings together Cleveland’s top chefs who will serve up specialties inspired by their favorite band or musician and dress like the rock stars they are featuring.  The evening will feature a special performance by the Cream of the Crop with special guest appearances by the Chef Jam All Stars. The event is presented by Lexus and sponsored by Great Lakes Brewing Company, Kitchen Aid and Event Source.

Spend an evening sampling culinary delights prepared by the best of the best in Cleveland at over 20 different food stations.

TICKETS
Tickets are $75 and on sale Monday, May 6 at rockhall.com or at the Rock Hall Box Office. Each ticket includes samples of all the dishes offered at each food station during the event, as well as Great Lakes Brewing Company beer, wine and tours of the Museum’s exhibits. Proceeds from the event will go to support the Rock Hall’s education programs.

Participating restaurants include: 

ABC TAVERN
AMP 150
B SPOT
BAC
BAR CENTO
BEACHLAND BALLROOM
BLACK PIG
BONBON
BLUE POINT GRILLE
CROP/LEXUS
DANTE
FLYING FIG
MAHALLS
MELT
MITCHELLS
MOXIE
SASA
SOHO
TREMONT TAPHOUSE
UMAMI
WASHINGTON PLACE
ZACK BRUELL RESTAURANTS

 

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About Asleep At The Wheel

Asleep at the Wheel has toured at a national level throughout its history. Lead singer Ray Benson and anywhere from 7-15 musicians (more than 80 have rotated in and out of the band) have gone on to perform with artists such as Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Lyle Lovett, Ryan Adams, and many more. A quick scan of awards, such as “Touring Band of the Year” (CMAs, 1976) and “Lifetime Achievement in Performance” (Americana Music Awards 2009), not to mention near dominance of the GRAMMY “Country Instrumental” category over the years, reflects the reputation of the band’s musicianship. Ray Benson fell in love with western swing because of its unique combination of elements of American blues, swing and traditional fiddling but also for its demanding musical style. Western swing, what Benson calls “jazz with a cowboy hat,” is a thrill to hear live, thanks in large part to the Wheel’s 40 years of touring talent.

 

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