The BOP STOP Launches Its Live Streamed Shows

 

Sat 7/25 @ 7PM

Back in June, the BOP STOP shared that it was installing live stream setups to allow the venue to permanently include streaming as part of its model, even after being able to return to live shows. It was promising to have it ready by mid July. And it has!

Club manager Gabe Pollack shares, “We are proud to announce that our live stream installation is complete! Over the next few weeks we will be experimenting with various streaming setups to determine which is the most user friendly. If you watch a stream, be sure to let us know how it looks and sounds.”

The first stream happened on July 18, and there’s another this Saturday July 25.

Cleveland sax player Thomas Schinabeck and his quintet of area musicians — featuring drummer Rob Picard, guitarist Tim Picard, bass player Graeham Guerin and sax player Max Schlenk — will perform for a livestreamed event on the BOP STOP’s Facebook page. They’ll play both original compositions and arrangements of jazz standards.

It’s free but of course you’re encouraged to donate to the musicians.

Watch the BOP STOP’s calendar for other future streamed events, as well as to keep up with their plans to eventually reopen.

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