Machine Gun Kelly Comes Back To Cleveland For Annual Holiday Show

Shaker Heights High School alumnus Machine Gun Kelly (born Richard Colson Baker) is returning to Cleveland for his annual holiday show at CSU's Wolstein Center on Saturday, December 21st.  But, unlike a Trans Siberian Orchestra gig, this show is "holiday" in the spirit that it takes place in the month of December.  So, fair warning: By no means should you expect to see MGK covering a Gene Autry tune.

Starting his rap career while attending high school, the erstwhile rapper saw his star rise after performing at Harlem's famous Apollo Theater.  He released a mixtape in 2006, titled Stamp of Approval, which turned a number of heads. After his Apollo performance in 2009, he started an ascent to the top of both the rap and hip hop worlds.

Branching into acting in 2014, the young musician has made a name for himself far beyond the 216.  His yearly return to Cleveland in December is an event that most MGK fans await with earnest; this year's concert will take place at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center on Saturday, December 21st.


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