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Remembering Ohio's legendary rock reporter
Memorial for late Plain Dealer music critic Jane Scott draws nearly 1,000 to Rock Hall
Story by BOB BURFORD


 
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During her more than four decades as a critic, Jane Scott covered concerts by both major international stars and local up and coming acts.  Scott died in July at age 92. 

Her fans included Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and Lyle Lovett. Scott was also influential in bringing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to Cleveland. WKSU's Bob Burford has more about the memorial held Sunday night at the rock hall.

Nearly 1,000 pay tribute to Jane Scott

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Fans view some of old Jane Scott’s old newspaper columns at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame memorial event
The Plain Dealer’s John Soeder wears an “Induct Jane” t-shirt as her recalls his time working with her.
Jane Scott gracing the cover of Cleveland Magazine
 

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