Thursday, March 14, 2013

Cheap Therapy to play for "Customer Appreciation" in Rozsa Lobby Mar. 15

HOUGHTON -- Winter blues getting you down? Get out of the house! Come to the Rozsa for a free concert with Cheap Therapy this Friday night, during "Customer Appreciation" week at Michigan Tech. Cheap Therapy, a local band that plays a wide variety of classic rock tunes, will play from 7:30 p.m. to  9 p.m. on Friday, March 15, in the Rozsa Lobby.

Photo of Cheap Therapy © Bill Fink and courtesy Rozsa Center.

Although old man winter is hanging on outside, come hear some great music, dance a little to get the blood moving, and enjoy refreshments at the cash bar. As a thank you to Rozsa customers, this event is free and open to the public!

Cheap Therapy features Joel Tepsa on guitar and vocals, Mike Irish, on bass, Denny McKaig on guitar and vocals, Paula McKaig on keyboard, accordion, vocals and trumpet, Dave Rulison on guitar and vocals, and Tom Collins on saxophone and vocals. Founded about ten years ago, Cheap Therapy was made up of members of two earlier bands that decided to create something new.

According to Tepsa, "We were in two different bands that each lost some members, but wanted to keep making music. We all sing, we have a wide variety of instruments, and that’s why we can play such a wide variety of music."

The Rozsa Center is pleased to offer a fun, free Friday night concert for all their customers to relax and enjoy this Friday night.

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