"The Cleveland Orchestra's relationship with Lakewood dates back to 1920, though it's been nearly 30 years since then-music director George Szell lead the last concert at the Civic Auditorium."
Szell died in 1970, considerably more than 30 years ago.
Just went to the concert at Public Auditorium.... Hall and Oates are still terrific live - no lip-syncing with them!! But many of us would like to make a Huge APOLOGY to Daryl and John, because altho we were very excited and having a great time... Public hall kept going around the auditorium telling everyone to SIT DOWN instead of letting people dance to the songs.... This was a Concert....right???!!
Everything's alright. I'm just looking at you through Crazy Eyes tonight......
Can't wait to see you in Glasgow on July 8th ! So excited!
U both deserve it.yrs of great music & still going strong.I'm bummed I couldn't get tickets for a group of us for Cleveland concert.I'm 66 & still love your music. My grandsons r 16 thru 22 & love it too..next time I will be quicker on ordering.
Can't find any $35 Alabama Shakes tix. Gen Admin $50.
For the record. He didn't produce Fragile. Might want to fact check that.
fuck u booooooom shiva
Interesting Q&A....an extended tour can make or break a young artist -- it sounds like the 27 months on the road to promote "Lovestrong" actually opened a path in her creativity to have a fresh perspective on the craft of songwriting.
Ah, house of blues...always a great place to see a show!
The only thing better than a 1 night stand is a 2 night stand....when you're talking about comedy of course! What did you think I was referencing?
Good for them, glad to see they're happy and rocking out in the process.
Kick Out the Jams
Marx is a master craftsman in songwriting -- and his upcoming album is needed.....to help shine a spotlight on the depressing wasteland in what once was the fine art of putting words to music.
This is a great interview -- because it tackles tough, personal/professional issues of triumph, loss, what could have been and forging a comeback....straight from the heart.
Way back in the day, Talk Talk frontman Mark Hollis would - about midway through a set - tell the audience that is was time for the band to perform "Freebird" and "Stairway to Heaven". Some people probably believed him for a couple minutes.
Kenny Loggins could probably care less what this guy thinks. Eddie sounds like a bitter 1970s artist who still needs to tour to pay the rent.
Come to Kinsman. Market Square has over 20,000 records in stock. FB Market Square, Kinsman.
It took years, but Jimi's family was finally able to gain control of his legacy.....for future generations of fans and musicians to study, appreciate and understand.
January 18-24, 2017
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