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James Taylor, Jackson Browne playing at Blossom Music Center Saturday

It's been more than 17 months since rock and country concerts were played at the venue.

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio — EDITOR'S NOTE: The video in the player above is from a previous story.

It's been almost a full year and a half since fans packed Blossom Music Center to hear rock or country music, but that all changes this weekend.

On Saturday, July 31, James Taylor and Jackson Browne return to Northeast Ohio for a show at Blossom. This will be the first time Blossom opens to the public, aside from the recent Cleveland Orchestra concerts.

Taylor has played Blossom many times in his career. In fact, no artist has played at Blossom more than him. 

Jackson Browne has a new album that was released last week, called Downhill From Here. The lead single is appropriately titled, My Cleveland Heart.

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Both Taylor and Jackson Browne have other ties to Cleveland, too. Both have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - Taylor in 2000 and Jackson Browne in 2004.

Tickets for Saturday night's show at Blossom are still available HERE. Prices range from $38 for lawn seats all the way up to $1,199 for verified resale tickets near the stage.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The video in the player below is from a previous, unrelated story.

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