As a native Clevelander who lived for music while he was there, please patronize these remaining stores. We lost our good ones in DC and, believe me, when they're gone, they're gone.
The Shoppe (Berea) forged a mighty path in album sales back in the day and still has a spot on the main floor for music; but certainly survived the industry crash due to the store not solely relying on CD's and LP's to churn a profit.
Shouldn't the Brite Winter event be on here?
With a break in the snow machine, it should be bigger than ever. It seems fitting that such an event, which could easily find a cozy home in the spring or summer, can deliver a neat boost to the heart and soul....as the finish line nears for another winter.
You missed one for WED, Feb 12!
CIM Orchestra with Carl Topilow, conductor, perform Rossini, Bloch & Shostakovich: 8 p.m., $5, $10 & $20. Severance Hall.
"The Black Angels quickly gained a reputation as a fierce live band." --- that sentence should be plastered in any garage of a new group trying to figure out how they can step into the minefield that can be any facet of the music industry. Loyal fans appreciate the road warrior mentality....and they won't let you down.
After digging out from the "Son of Polar Vortex", this calendar of gigs looks real good.
According to Metal Underground, tour plans are being firmed up; which could entice a label to take a hard look in releasing the debut album through "old-school" forms (CD, vinyl).
dudes hatin on dom kennedy, but dom is one of the few successful rappers that actually tells the truth in his lyrics mane.
It was a great show!
Road warriors, indeed.....who never forgot those club dates like the one at the Agora as they raced up the charts with FM radio hit after hit and the performance venues got bigger. And it's probably the main reason why they are still relevant today.
I wanna goooo
I am glad to see a mention of the "new" Johnny Cash album that will be released very soon. Though the vault must be brimming with unreleased material, I gather that protecting the amazing, historic legacy will be in the forefront of any decisions to tidy tracks up for public consumption.
Terry Lee is an awesome performer and an even better person. HOB will be my 20th Terry Lee show. Last year was awesome, and I can't wait until Saturday. Come on out and party with us.
I started reading and did not stop. the descriptive words and thoughtfulness of the writer gives you a visualization of a rising talent named SHUICIDE HOLLA ...
The Jason Isbell album is an instant classic, rewarding repeated listenings like nothing else new I heard in 2013. Amazing stuff.
The shows are spectacular...and a throwback to the once rich, healthy arena rock tours from the 1970s to early 1990s.
Privacy//Policy is also playing with Kill It With Fire and Palaces on Sunday at the Happy Dog!
Oooh...Hot artistic and SUPERSMART!!!!!
There is a God....
Thatsa fat chunk of GOOD bands this weekend!!!!
But the road in front of the Beachland is all tore up so be forewarned!!!!!!
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