Ray Flanagan and The Authorities Release New Self-Titled EP

Sometimes a person gets the bug to become a musician by following others who make music their livelihoods. Such is the case with Cleveland-based singer-songwriter Ray Flanagan. It was partially because of another Clevelander named Roger Hoover that Flanagan is the musician he is today. While the years have passed since Ray Flanagan was learning […]

CD Review: Alexis Antes “13”

More than a decade has passed since, All Comes Down, the sophomore release from Alexis Antes, hit the streets in the Greater Cleveland area. Of course, All Comes Down was Antes’ follow-up her 1999 album of Stronger. Since that time, it seems that very little has changed as far as her writing style is concerned. […]

Concert Review: The Ohio City Singers live at The House of Blues

The Ohio City Singers Ten holiday seasons and several Holiday-themed albums have come since the birth of the Cleveland band The Ohio City Singers. In that time, the band has gained a bigger audience that has comes to know the band’s holiday music. And with that larger audience comes a larger following that shows up […]

Scott Stapp Shines at The Kent Stage Theater!

Scott Stapp Scott Stapp who’s vocals we fell in love with back in the late 90’s as lead vocalist of Creed came and stunned us at the Kent Stage Theater.  The venue has just the perfect stage size, lighting and sound. The concession stand was hopping and the staff was fantastic. The eagerness was growing […]

Paula Boggs, Singer-songwriter and Former Executive VP for Starbucks, to Play Nighttown on April 20th

By day, Washington State-based singer-songwriter Paula Boggs has spent many years working inside of the corporate world. Along with serving time on several boards which includes Avid Technology, Inc, John Hopkins University Board of Trustees, as well as on the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities where she was appointed to that board by […]

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