Curbside Coffee Shop - Hillbilly Heaven "the best man in the world no. 1" - video 29 min. lilly's story post 4-16-10

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"the best man in the world no 1" - thats judy's deceased husband - his picture is on the wall- Curbside Coffee Shop Hillbilly Heaven the Best Man in the World - The best bloopers are here 
 

Hillbilly Heaven at Curbside Coffee Shop

Submitted by lmiller on April 16, 2010 - 12:00am.
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This story was featured in the PD on April 11, 2010.   So I invited a few friends, picked up my hillbilly momma and off we went.  Curbside Coffee Shop, located at 9858 Lorain Avenue on the Westside of Cleveland, phone 440-823-3849 is a hot spot for good old fashioned hillbilly music done right.  These old timers sure know what they are doing.

Our first visit was on Tuesday night, which is known as "Bluegrass Music Night."  With the Bluegrass Kings doing their gig, they had the crowd hopping. Standing room only, the place was packed with good old fashioned hillbillies.  Southern hospitality from the moment you step in the door until you are on your way out the door.  The owner, Judy, came right up to us strangers the moment we walked in the door and greeted us as if we were part of their hillbilly family.  

The gentlemen quickly jumped out of their seats and offered their seats to the ladies.  Handshaking, nodding, hugging and plenty of smiles for all in attendance. 

The talent of these musicians is outstanding. Everyone in the crowd was either dancing, footstomping, clapping or singing. 

The musicians playing their guitars, banjos and mandolin, can really get the crowd going.  Several people were dancing and a good time was had by all.

An eight year old young lady, Kalli Harmon, also sang for the crowd.  She was amazing.  I believe she is going to be the next Loretta Lynn.

Guy and Yogi were also hillbillies for the night.  Yogi was doing the hillbilly stomp and Guy was doing what he called a  "two step."  But I think Guy made this dance up as I lost count at 44 steps, and to be honest he kinda looked like a bird flapping his wings. 

Our second trip back to Curbside Coffee Shop was Thursday, which is "Country Music Night." Our buddy Mike, who is the 88 year-old yodeler, told me they only like traditional country music.  The good old fashioned country music that I refer to as classic country, which is also my favorite.

During Mike's yodeling, Yogi began yodeling as well and had the entire crowd laughing.  Also attending this event was another realneo member, Angelinward14.  She was all smiles and told me that this was the best time that she has had in a long time.

The only pay that these fine hillbilly gentlemen receive is a cup or two of coffee.  The musicians are attempting to help the owner keep her business open in these hard economic times.  

The owner, Judy, has a picture of her father on the wall.  She told us on Tuesday that her deceased father would be so happy to see the crowd in her coffee shop.

Judy and the rest of the hillbilly crowd can count on seeing us again! 

We had a wonderful time on both nights and plan on going back again soon.  I have to admit that the bluegrass music on Tuesday nights is my favorite.  But Curbside Coffee also has karaoke on Saturday nights.

The events officially begin at 7:00 p.m., but often the musicians get ahead of themselves and start playing around 6:30 p.m.   The music ends at 10:00 p.m.  There is no cover charge to attend this event.  Buy a cup of coffee and enjoy the music.

PD story here

Guy Templeton Black from Questministries is going to post the video to realneo along with the fliers that list the Bluegrass King's upcoming events.  Please take a few minutes to enjoy the video when Guy has a chance to post it to realneo.

lilly did some of the video and the k-9 is yogi

This story was featured in the PD on April 11, 2010.   So I invited a few friends, picked up my hillbilly momma and off we went.  Curbside Coffee Shop, located at 9858 Lorain Avenue on the Westside of Cleveland, phone 440-823-3849 is a hot spot for good old fashioned hillbilly music done right.  These old timers sure know what they are doing.

Our first visit was on Tuesday night, which is known as "Bluegrass Music Night."  With the Bluegrass Kings doing their gig, they had the crowd hopping. Standing room only, the place was packed with good old fashioned hillbillies.  Southern hospitality from the moment you step in the door until you are on your way out the door.  The owner, Judy, came right up to us strangers the moment we walked in the door and greeted us as if we were part of their hillbilly family.  

The gentlemen quickly jumped out of their seats and offered their seats to the ladies.  Handshaking, nodding, hugging and plenty of smiles for all in attendance. 

The talent of these musicians is outstanding. Everyone in the crowd was either dancing, footstomping, clapping or singing. 

The musicians playing their guitars, banjos and mandolin, can really get the crowd going.  Several people were dancing and a good time was had by all.

An eight year old young lady, Kalli Harmon, also sang for the crowd.  She was amazing.  I believe she is going to be the next Loretta Lynn.

Guy and Yogi were also hillbillies for the night.  Yogi was doing the hillbilly stomp and Guy was doing what he called a  "two step."  But I think Guy made this dance up as I lost count at 44 steps, and to be honest he kinda looked like a bird flapping his wings. 

Our second trip back to Curbside Coffee Shop was Thursday, which is "Country Music Night." Our buddy Mike, who is the 88 year-old yodeler, told me they only like traditional country music.  The good old fashioned country music that I refer to as classic country, which is also my favorite.

During Mike's yodeling, Yogi began yodeling as well and had the entire crowd laughing.  Also attending this event was another realneo member, Angelinward14.  She was all smiles and told me that this was the best time that she has had in a long time.

The only pay that these fine hillbilly gentlemen receive is a cup or two of coffee.  The musicians are attempting to help the owner keep her business open in these hard economic times.  

The owner, Judy, has a picture of her father on the wall.  She told us on Tuesday that her deceased father would be so happy to see the crowd in her coffee shop.

Judy and the rest of the hillbilly crowd can count on seeing us again! 

We had a wonderful time on both nights and plan on going back again soon.  I have to admit that the bluegrass music on Tuesday nights is my favorite.  But Curbside Coffee also has karaoke on Saturday nights.

The events officially begin at 7:00 p.m., but often the musicians get ahead of themselves and start playing around 6:30 p.m.   The music ends at 10:00 p.m.  There is no cover charge to attend this event.  Buy a cup of coffee and enjoy the music.

PD story here

Guy Templeton Black from Questministries is going to post the video to realneo along with the fliers that list the Bluegrass King's upcoming events.  Please take a few minutes to enjoy the video when Guy has a chance to post it to realneo.

lilly did some of the video and the k-9 is yogi

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Thank you for refreshing my memory, Guy.  The video was great!

lilly you have refreshed my whole spirit and yogi's also

lilly you have refreshed my whole spirit - yogi's also - yogi's gets all the girls and i told yogi lilly is my lady friend and yogi started to challenge me to a dog fight over you so since yogi has much bigger teeth and much more powerfull jaws and other stronger stuff i said we can share lilly's love - so when we are together lilly i hope you will understand when i don't to kiss and hug etc. you - because yogi will demand to be petted by you and yogi might eat me if i attempt to have you pet me or i pet you-

 

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"IRISHMAN BEN" from the Curbside Cafe (Hillbilly Heaven)...

Many visits to Curbside Cafe established beautiful meetings with awesome artists from around the globe, including a delightful Irishman named Mr. Ben Clingain who enchanted the crowds with his humorous Irish folksongs and stories. Ben's funny and charismatic personality touched so many folks with a warm hearty hug and a humorous line or two. If you visited the Curbside; you most likely have been blessed to have met this talented gentleman. Upon visiting the Curbside Cafe for tonight's (Tuesday) Live Bluegrass showcase; I was saddened to learn that Ben has passed away. Those of us who had the blessing of knowing Ben will truly miss his talent and endearing smiles. May God Bless his family and friends.

The Plain Dealer Obituary and Funeral Details are listed below: 

CLINGAIN BEN CLINGAIN, (born in Derry, N. Ireland) beloved fiance of Ginny Geiger; much loved father of Elisabeth, Neil (Georgina), Thomas and Emily; devoted grandfather of Danielle, Mason, Oliver and Ruby; loving brother of Sarah Puri and the late Rebecca Linville; dear uncle of Siobhan and Tara Linville; passed away suddenly in The Outer Banks, Nags Head, NC, June 9, 2011.

Funeral Mass Thursday, June 16, St. Vincent DePaul Church (13400 Lorain Ave.) at 9:30 a.m.

Friends may call at CHAMBERS FUNERAL HOME, 4420 ROCKY RIVER DRIVE AT PURITAS WEDNESDAY 6-9 P.M.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly suggests memorial contributions to the

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In Loving Memory of A Fun and Interesting Soul, Mr. Ben Clingain who made our visits to the Curbside Cafe something to be remembered.  

Always Appreciative, "ANGELnWard14"