Pat Dailey brings splash of summer Jan. 27Written by Toledo Free Press Staff Writers | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Singer-songwriter Pat Dailey was born in Nebraska and raised in St. Louis, but he fell in love with northern Ohio in 1979.
The guitar player, who writes about fishing, boating and drinking, has played at Put-in-Bay for the past 32 summers. He’s also made a stop in Toledo for the past 16 years for his “Cure for the Winter Blues” tour.
Jan. 27, Dailey will make his annual Toledo appearance at Toledo’s Premier Catering Center at 8:30 p.m. In years prior, he has played at The Valentine Theatre but moved venues so that more fans could afford to see his gig, according to a news release.
Dailey has recorded 15 albums. His latest album, released in 2009, is named “Langram Road” after one of the major roads on Put-in-Bay. The musician is also known for working with Shel Silverstein, the late children’s poet, songwriter, author and playwright. Dailey and Silverstein wrote children’s songs and other tunes about life around the Great Lakes.
Tickets are $15 in advance if you call 419-473-3003 and $20 at the door. The Premier Banquet Center, formerly known as Gladieux Meadows, is located at 4480 Heatherdowns Blvd. Doors open at 7 p.m.