oWOW Radio to Launch Its Annual Summer Happy Hour Concert Series at the Music Box on June 5


  • Courtesy of Brock & Sgro
Last summer, the Music Box Supper Club teamed up with locally based oWOW Radio for a summer-long Happy Hour Concert series that took place every Wednesday. The series featured up-and-coming national and local acts, and oWOW Radio aired the concerts live.

The Music Box and oWOW have just announced that they’ll launch a third season of the Happy Hour Concert Series on June 5. Like previous years, most of the shows will highlight up and coming Northeast Ohio-based artists, and as with previous years, there will be a few acts from out of town. The internet radio station will air the concerts, and they'll also be carried on Facebook and Instagram Live. Both the audio and video of the performances will be archived and available on demand.

The 2019 series will open with Brock & Agro [pictured], a roots rock act from New Jersey that got its initial major exposure in Cleveland through what concert organizer John Gorman describes as “a series of unanticipated dots that were connected from New York and New Jersey to Cleveland, which led to their exposure and airplay.”

Brock & Sgro came to fruition after Sgro, a guitar collector and amateur songwriter, realized his life-long dream and formed the band.

The Happy Hours will begin with a mingle starting at 5 p.m. followed by a performance starting promptly at 6.

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