Sat 2/29 @ 7:30PM
Nashville-based singer/songwriter Rod Picott is one of those guys who’s not famous but has built up a steady career, playing clubs coast to coast and cranking out albums of his finely honed songs at regular intervals. Performers such as Slaid Cleaves, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Fred Eaglesmith, themselves respected songwriters, have recorded his tunes.
He’s currently promoting his latest album, his 11th in nearly 20 years, called Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil. Of course, that means a tour, and in northeast Ohio, that means a return to Riverdog Retreat where he’s performing for the sixth time in its indoor Riverdog Gallery. As a sweetener, he’s also bringing a new book for poetry called God in his Slippers. Budget accordingly.
Admission is $17 at the door. There’ll be free snacks and hot tea, and Lorenzo’s Pizza will be back onsite selling $9 pies. But as usual, you may bring your own snacks, picnic basket and cooler, including alcoholic beverages