The Midtown Men

March 16/Tiffin – 7:30 p.m. at the Ritz Theatre. The stars from the original Broadway cast of the smash hit musical, Jersey Boys. Bringing to life the story of Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons, Broadway’s breakout vocal sensation is widely celebrated for their signatue renditions of the iconic hits of the 1960s. Together, they ahve played well over 850 concerts across North America, Asia and Europe and have headlined more than 35 major symphonies. Their all new concert features even more iconic ’60s music from The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Chicago, Elvis, The Temptations, The 4 Seasons and mroe. Television audiences across the nation hae caught The Midtown men’s concert specials, appearances on Good Morning America, The Today Show and Access Hollywood. They have multiple musical releases: their debut Sixties Hits followed by Live In Concert and two holiday singles, which they recorded with Stevie Van Zandt and Springsteen’s E Street Band. Thanks to 60s radio icon Cousin Brucie championing The Midtown Men sound, their relationship with SiriusXM listeners across the globe has cemented them alongside some of the original greats they emulate in the cornerstone of Iconic ’60s pop music itself. Tickets start at $20. >MORE

Kelly Clarkson

March 21/CLEVELAND – 7 p.m. at the Quicken Loans Arena with her Meaning of Life Tour. Special guests Kelsea Ballerini and Brynn Cartelli will accompany Kelly. A seasoned live performer and 1st year winner of American Idol, Clarkson most recently headlined the 2018 US Open Opening Night Ceremony with a medley of her greatest hits. The past year also saw Clarkson host and perform on the 2018 Billboard Music Awards in addition to performances on the American Music Awards, TODAY Show Summer Concert Series, Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, CMT Awards and many more. She recently released her critically acclaimed eighth studio album, Meaning of Life. She is among the most popular artists of this era with total worldwide sales of more than 25 million albums and 36 million singles. Tickets are now on sale. >MORE

Steve Brown & Friends

March 29/MANSFIELD – 7:30 p.m. at the Renaissance Theatre. The jazz quintet featuring five of the best jazz musicians in the area will perform music from the Great American Songbook including works by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Sammy Cahn, Rogers and Hart, Jimmy Van Heusen, Duke Ellington, and others.  They will also feature works by such contemporary composers as Herbie Hancock, John Lennon & Paul McCartney and Billy Joel. >MORE

Gary Allen

March 30/CLEVELAND – 7 p.m. at the Masonic Cleveland Auditorium. Tickets start at $59 and are available on ticketmaster.com. Signed to Decca Records in 1996, Allan made his country music debut with the release of his single “Her Man”, the lead-off to his gold-certified debut album Used Heart for Sale, which was released in 1996 on Decca. Overall, Allan’s nine studio and greatest hits albums have produced 26 singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, including the number one hits “Man to Man”, “Tough Little Boys,” “Nothing On but the Radio” and “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain).” Seven more of his singles have reached the Top 10 on this chart as well: his debut single “Her Man,” “It Would Be You,” “Right Where I Need to Be,” “The One,” “Best I Ever Had” (a cover of a Vertical Horizon song, “Life Ain’t Always Beautiful,” and “Watching Airplanes,”