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The Dreemers bringing Akron rock ‘n’ roll to free Cleveland Sessions show Sunday

September 25, 2018

The Dreemers bringing Akron rock ‘n’ roll to free Cleveland Sessions show Sunday

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Dreemers are one of Akron’s newer rock acts, but they’ve got an old-school sound. The garage-rock trio, fronted by singer-guitarist Ben Patrick, first showcased its quirky, vintage sound on the 2016 EP, “Is Is.” A full-length debut album, “Beach Mode,” was released last year. 

Both releases feature analog production and showcase lighthearted rock songs like “No Friends,” “Rock n Roll Death Wish” and “Little Asian Things.” In addition to Patrick, the band features bassist-vocalist Robert Keith and drummer-vocalist Natalie Grieshammer. 

The Dreemers will tape a Cleveland Sessions video at a free show Sunday, Sept. 30, at the Music Box, 1148 Main Ave., on the West Band of Cleveland’s Flats. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Find more information about the event here.

The Cleveland Sessions is a concert video series is presented by Miller Lite in partnership with cleveland.com, the Music Box and oWOW digital radio. It showcases the best in local, regional and national bands recording and performing in Northeast Ohio.

The Dreemers have become a live favorite in Greater Cleveland, playing numerous club gigs and headlining spots of festivals like Signal Tree Fest, PorchRockr and Love Fest.

In addition to performing with the band, Patrick also owns and operates the Akron Recording Company, recording local bands and musicians in analog format. The the label put out its first compilation album, titled “Where The Hell Is Akron Ohio?,” this year. The CD included The Dreemers’ song “No Friends,” along with songs by fellow Akron bands Benny Lava, Shuggie Shooter and White Buffalo Woman.)

Find out more about the Cleveland Sessions at clevelandsessions.com.

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