Singer-songwriter icon Leonard Cohen has announced dates for the second leg of his first U.S. tour in 15 years. He'll play Cleveland's Allen Theatre on October 25.
Cohen is the guy who wrote "Hallelujah," the classic song that's become this age's great musical-cue cliche, covered by Jeff Buckley, John Cale, Cleveland's Kate Voegele, some televised talent-contest chump and a bunch of YouTube cats. And, yeah, he's tired of it too.
Tickets aren't on sale yet, but stay tuned to C-Notes or here for details. —D.X. Ferris
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