Time to take a look back into this day in rock history: November 9


A meeting that changed the course of popular culture, Brian Epstein sees the Beatles perform a lunchtime show at the Cavern.  Not long after he assumed the role of their manager.


Another significant date in Beatle history.  On this day in 1966 John Lennon met his future wife and alleged collaborator Yoko Ono.

Also on this date in San Francisco the first issue of Rolling Stone magazine hits the stands.


Long before Cleveland landed the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Butterfield Blues Band played Case Western Reserve’s Emerson gym with an all-star lineup that over the years included Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop and other legendary names.  They even played the Woodstock concert in 1969.

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Is any band more linked to the Kent music scene than the Numbers Band?  They brought fifty years plus of show experience to the Kent Stage….and they didn’t have to drive far to do it!

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A master guitarist, Steve Kimock’s style calls back to his San Francisco roots.  Often compared to his friend, the late Jerry Garcia, Kimock adds a contemporary flair to guitar licks that will take you back to the “Summer of Love”.

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Canadian bluegrass is alive and well when The Dead South stops at the Kent Stage.  Here’s a look at their 2018 show.

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The eighties reign when the Fixx invade the Kent Stage.

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