Don Kreuger

Don Krueger has been involved in the Cleveland Music scene as a drummer since 1972. His career began playing in a popular band, Magic which became Eric Carmen’s band on his first solo LP which included All By Myself, (boom boom boom, Don’s solo). Don was a drummer in many area bands including the Euclid […]


Renowned musician Dennis Lewin hails from Cleveland, Ohio, and began his piano journey at the tender age of 4. After rigorous training from esteemed teachers like Margaret Heller and Dr. Andrius Kuprevicius, Dennis went on to explore his love for rock music, performing with numerous local bands. Making his mark as a skilled songwriter, Dennis […]


Billy Sullivan a professional touring musician for 48 years. Has worked with artists such as Paul Pope, Jimmy Zero, Gary Lewis, Mitch Ryder, Peter Noone, Eric Carmen and is currently touring with the Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone. Billy was selected to be one of the backing musicians (Overdubs) for the historic Raspberries Reunion tours. […]


Bill March is a veteran of the Cleveland music scene. In a career that spans over 40 years, he began playing music at an early age. Inspired by Paul McCartney, he wanted to be a bass player. He attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston but really honed his skills being a working […]


Born into a family with a deep musical heritage, Frank Amato was always destined for rock and roll. From performing on the dining room table as a toddler to forming his first band, “Liberty” in high school, Amato’s passion for music was palpable. He honed his skills in Audio Engineering before joining producer Kirk Yano […]


Thomas “Tommy” Amato entered the professional music world in the 1970’s at the age of 15, honing his singing and musical abilities in the teen clubs and band basements of Cleveland, Ohio, the rock ‘n’ roll capital of America. His first break came in the mid-70s, when he landed opening act positions at the syndicated […]

Charlie Wiener

THE INNOVATOR If there is one word that describes the career of Charlie Wiener it is innovative. From his first band in 1966, The 9th Street Pier, he has bucked the expected. The 8th/9th grade band featured album cuts and B-sides instead of hits. Charlie Wiener and The Funn Buns was a duo in 1972-1974 […]

Lisa Dillon

Lisa Dillon started in Radio in 1980 at age 19. She worked in Southern California, Detroit, Cleveland, Washington DC, as well as various Internet Radio Stations. Dillon was named Inland Empire Radio Personality of the Year 1985 by the San Bernardino Sun and was a recipient of a Cleveland Addy Award in 1990. Lisa appeared […]

Buddy Maver

Rock ‘n roll was Buddy Maver’s life for many years. He has a unique perspective on Cleveland rock and roll history having seen it from both sides. from the creative side as a musician/singer, and from the business side working with agents, managers and record companies as a concert producer and club owner. He spent […]

Neil Zaza

The Melodic Master His guitar playing has defined modern day instrumental guitar the world over. His melodic compositions have not only changed the way musicians play, but what audiences demand out of their guitar heroes. To see Ohio native Neil Zaza’s influential impact on guitar across the globe, merely tune into the legion of thousands […]

Dale Peters

In 1967 I was in a band called The Case of E. T. Hooley. We were a band that was inspired as everyone was back then by the English Invasion. We did cover songs and some originals and had some local success. We got the opportunity to go play in New York so we left […]

Henry (Hank) LoConti Sr.

IN MEMORIAM Discover the legacy of The Agora, a revolution in the music and entertainment industry. Opened in 1966 by Henry LoConti Sr., this renowned venue nurtured the careers of many bands, including some of the music industry’s biggest names like ZZ Top, Bob Seger, Kiss, and more. Its unique concept of promoting live entertainment […]

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