Lerner on the Lawn – The Menus
Thursday, June 29 @ 6:00 pmFree
Lead Singer Tim Goldrainer:
At an early age, music was already seeded deeply in lead singer Tim Goldrainer’s being. Having older siblings and parents who loved music, there was an abundance of genres to choose from. Tim took them all: 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s music. They all filled his house. Some friends in high school were forming a band and looking for a lead singer. Tim auditioned and landed the gig. He worked at Larosa’s as a dining room manager during the day and played gigs on the weekends. The shows started picking up from backyard parties to actual club dates. He left the restaurant business and dove head first into a full time career.
On June 3rd, 1983, in a small basement in a small house on the west side of Cincinnati, Ohio, The Menus were born! There have been many changes over the years including song selection, wardrobe changes, skateboarding, props, trapeze swinging and of course balloon kicking. Name a song, costume or stunt and Tim has most likely done it! 2023 marks 40 years of high-energy performances and balloon-kicking fun with no end in sight. As long as people continue to show up at the shows, Tim will continue to keep the energy level high and make sure the people are happy and well entertained. Come see why The Menus are known as one of the best rock cover bands in the area!
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