Why Are Bands Skipping Cleveland on Tour?

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Cleveland landed the Rock Hall two decades ago--largely due to its historic roots as the birthplace of rock-and-roll as well as for its reputation as a launching pad for national acts and, for many artists, a must-stop on their latest tour.
So why are U2, the Rolling Stones, Radiohead and many other acts leaving Cleveland off the tour t-shirt?

Guests: 

Jeff Niesel, Reporter, Scene Magazine    
John Gorman, Founder, oWOW Internet Radio   
Denny Young, The Elevation Group

 

Resources:

Scene Magazine Article: "Does Cleveland Still Rock? Why Major Bands Have Been Bypassing Northeast Ohio"

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