Time to take a look back into this day in rock history: November 3

1972

“Power couple!”  It was on this date that Carly Simon married James Taylor.  The marriage wasn’t meant to last, and both ended up as inductees in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

1973

The Allman Brothers were frequent visitors to the Greater Cleveland area during their fifty plus year careers. 


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1972

At one time the backbone of Terry Knight and the Pack, Mark Farner and Don Brewer joined with Mel Schacher to form Grand Funk Railroad. Many of their early hits were recorded at Cleveland’s Agency Recording.


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2019

Fans of “Texas country boogie” flock to the Kent Stage when Asleep at the Wheel comes to town.


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2021

Del McCoury and his sons draw huge crowds of bluegrass fans on their visits to the Kent Stage.


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2022

This inductee into the  Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, Tab Benoit gives Kent Stage audiences a generous taste of traditional Delta blues.


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