Alejandro Escovedo, in black boots, skin-tight black pants, a black jacket and wearing a mess of jet-black hair, took about six steps past a few rows of folding chairs and hopped into the heat of the portable lights set on either side of the stage inside the Ski Lodge Room at the Jewish Community Center. Tuning his guitar, he was warmly greeted by a capacity crowd of about 200. ‚ÄúThank you for… Read More