Rateliff and members of his band rallied to save the Skylark last year, when the longtime venue announced that it was closing at its most recent location, at 140 South Broadway; nearly all of the act’s members live in the same neighborhood. Ultimately, Rateliff bought the place with Chris Tetzeli, co-founder of 7S Management, and longtime friend Bob Ashby, whom he met in high school.
When he talked about the deal ahead of the Skylark’s reopening in January, Ashby told Westword that while Rateliff would likely regularly stop by, it was unlikely that his band would play at the 120-capacity spot, considering the…
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