It’s time for another edition of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s Summer in the City concert series outdoors on the Plaza in front of the museum. Tonight at 7 p.m. Cleveland quintet Ohio Sky will kick off an evening of free music that also features Florida-based sludge-rockers Torche as headliners.
In the past several years, Ohio Sky has been accumulating fans, thanks to college radio airplay and strong sets like the one they played opening to Mr. Gnome at the Beachland Ballroom this past April. That was around the same time the band debuted its latest release, Curses, which displays how much they’ve honed their distinctive brand of dreamy but driving stoner/space rock, which you can listen to here.
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