Henry Loconti grew up in the Italian immigrant neighborhood on Scovill Avenue on the lower Eastside. He talks about his youth growing up in this area. After he got out of the army in 1954 he started working for his brother servicing jukeboxes. He talks about the music spots around the city during this time. In 1966 he started the Agora which over time became a nationally recognized music venue. Loconti talks about some of the rock stars who appeared at the Agora over the years.
Loconti, Henry (interviewee)
Calder, James (interviewer)
"Henry Loconti Interview, 21 March 2006" (2006). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 304001.
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