Eight years ago today (Feb. 28 2006), the Odeon closed up shop.
Odeon Concert Club was once a famous Flats venue that stayed strong with its eclectic range of shows. However, once other nearby venues like House of Blues emerged, there was some stiff competition. The Odeon, and much of the once-vibrant flats, faded away.
Yet during the 90s and early 2000s, the Odeon hosted many musical legends that helped etch its name in Cleveland's musical history. Here are some of the big names it hosted.
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