Bryan Ferry, the former lead singer of Roxy Music and overall stylish crooner, will be making a stop at the State Theatre on March 26 while he is on his “2017 North American Tour.”  It has been six years since Mr. Ferry has made an appearance in Cleveland.  

Roxy Music was formed outside of London by Bryan Ferry and Graham Simpson where they developed a very avant-garde style of music in 1971.

The band went on to release eight studio albums over the next 11 years, including Avalon in 1982, which became their only platinum selling album in the United States.  The band had several hits including “Love is a Drug,” “More than This,” and “Over You.”

Ferry then went on to have a successful solo career which included the hits “Don’t Stop the Dance”  “Kiss and Tell” and “Slave to Love.”

Fans can expect to hear those hits as well as many other songs from throughout his career.
Tickets are available at and range from $39-$100.  

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Greg Drugan has been attending concerts since 1982 and has seen everyone from AC/DC to ZZ Top. Classic rock is his forte, but he is also well versed in alternative and pop music. When not attending concerts, Greg can be found teaching history, psychology and the history of rock n roll at a rural high school where he also serves as the head track coach. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with his family.