Are we home to the best jazz club in the world? Your vote could make it happen. Currently, Cleveland’s BOP STOP has climbed to first in the US and second in the world (by one vote!) in the race to earn the title “Best Jazz Club in the World” from AllAboutJazz, who have been covering jazz around the world for 25 years. Make your voice heard!

And while you’re bopping around, click on this week’s PODCAST to hear new music from Polars and a re-release of Glenn Schwartz’s legendary All Saved Freak Band, plus an interview with CWRU student Allison Meyer about her project Never, Ever Give Up.

Consult our weekly guide below, then please get offline and go check out what’s happening in the region: Don’t miss the unbelievable Blackstone Organ House concert that ChamberFest Cleveland is hosting; Bloom at the Hamilton Collaborative is an arts and music anti-trafficking benefit; The Musical Theater Project and the Kent State musical theater program collaborate on a musical about Cleveland’s superhero icon Superman; the multi-generational Spring Quartet lands in Oberlin bringing together jazz superstars Jack DeJohnette, Leo Genovese, Esperanza Spalding and Cleveland native Joe Lovano. Let’s bop. –Thomas Mulready

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