Spend a night with Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls, Shovels & Rope at Agora

Agora Cleveland just announced a solid double bill for May 9. UK rocker Frank Turner — whose music can be thoughtful and raucous, falling in the wide space between folk and rock — with his band The Sleeping Souls shares the evening with Americana duo Shovels & Rope, with Trapper Schoepp listed as the opener. Turner is touring in support of 2018 album “Be More … Continue reading Spend a night with Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls, Shovels & Rope at Agora

Get into some trouble with Brothers Osborne at The Agora

What: Brothers Osborne at The Agora Where: The Agora, 5000 Euclid Ave, Cleveland 44103 When: Saturday, January 12th, 7 pm – 11 pm Why you should go: Love country music? Want more country and less pop-country? Brothers Osborne can help you. The duo consisting of brothers T.J. Osborne and John Osborne have made a name for themselves throughout the last two years with their albums … Continue reading Get into some trouble with Brothers Osborne at The Agora

Whitesnake, in ‘Flesh & Blood,’ to rock Agora Cleveland in 2019

Have you always dreamed of a more intimate Whitesnake show? (Hey we’re not here to judge. Well, that’s not necessarily true, but still, don’t worry about it.) You’ll get your chance when the band — which in 1987 had a monster self-titled album on its hands, thanks to hits “Here I Go Again” and “Is This Love” — plays the Agora Cleveland on May 15. … Continue reading Whitesnake, in ‘Flesh & Blood,’ to rock Agora Cleveland in 2019

Glenn Beck, set to speak at Agora Cleveland(!?), thinks you’re ‘Addicted to Outrage’

In its various incarnations throughout the years, Agora Cleveland has hosted legendary rock acts. Soon to grace one of its stage: Glenn Beck? At one point existing on the far-right end of the political spectrum, the former Fox News icon is on a book tour that will bring him to the Cleveland venue on Nov. 4. The book, his 22nd (and 18th nonfiction effort), is … Continue reading Glenn Beck, set to speak at Agora Cleveland(!?), thinks you’re ‘Addicted to Outrage’

Death Cab for Cutie to support ‘Thank You for Today’ with Agora Cleveland show

Death Cab for Cutie has been around for so long that the weirdness of their name no longer fazes you. (For the record, the Seattle alt-rock act formed more than two decades ago and took its name from a song with that title from a group called Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. OK, so that’s maybe a weirder name than Death Cab for Cutie.) Led by … Continue reading Death Cab for Cutie to support ‘Thank You for Today’ with Agora Cleveland show