Cleveland Free TimesTag
The legendary Cleveland D.I.Y. venue was a crossroads for great musicians & artists—see artifacts that have never been online until now!
This was the first of the farewell parties we had at our recording studio / loft. These photos have never before been published!
This was THE disruptive, change-your-thinking concert no one—least of all me—ever expected it to be. Photos never before online!
Queer drug-loving writer William S. Burroughs said: “Mind your own business.” That always cut to the heart of this issue, in my opinion.
Sean Tillmann, the Black Keys’ Pat Carney, Robert “The Kid Stays In The Picture” Evans, Ron Jeremy—they’re all in this tale of Sean-sanity!
2002 begins and Speak In Tongues is no more. Eeek! The great (and ongoing) diaspora begins. Unfortunately Williamsburg won, and Cleveland lost…
Could we create a Speak In Tongues package show and tour it around our hometown? I’m happy to tell you it worked!