The Numbers Band, Superman Movie, Applause America

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The Numbers Band has been making music since 1970. They first took the stage in Kent, Ohio, at the Kove. They became a hit in Northeast Ohio with their blend of blues and jazz, and a slew of critically acclaimed albums. But their unique sound was also hard to define and difficult to market. Through it all, though, the band has continued to make music - their new CD is 15-60-75.

Superman will soon celebrate 75 years as a comic book hero. To commemorate the creation of the Man of Steel by Clevelanders Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster a new exhibit was recently unveiled at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Leading that effort was the Siegel and Shuster Society. Organization President Mike Olszewski provides the details and information about a new Superman movie.

And we kick off a new feature, called Applause America. It's a segment in which we bring you performances and interviews with artists from across the country who have intriguing stories to tell. In our first short film award-winning Minnesota poet, Ed Bok Lee, shares his thoughts on the very human nature of his hero, legendary martial artist, Bruce Lee.


The Numbers Band
Mike Olszewski, President, Siegel and Shuster Society
Ed Bok Lee, Poet

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