The Rose Music Center is owned by the City of Huber Heights and is managed by Music & Event Management, Inc. The venue is a covered, intimate, state-of-the-art 4,200-seat concert facility. The unique elevated tiered design was created to give every concertgoer a personal experience with exceptional sight lines and acoustics. Two large LED video screens located on both sides of the stage complete the overall fan experience making every seat in the house a great one.
Rum River Blend, based in Troy, Ohio bill themselves as 'Unprofessional Entertainment'! The band takes its name from the Rum River that flows through Linda's hometown of Milaca, Minnesota. They perform a blend of traditional bluegrass, folk, Gospel and children's songs. The audience is encouraged to join in on the fun as kazoos, spoons, washboards, and various other noise making instruments are often passed out to the crowd.
BarnJam was more than just a festival to Sutton. He saw it as an opportunity to promote the music scene by showcasing local and regional musical talent. He also aimed to raise money for local arts-based charitable organizations. On top of all that was his desire to help build communities. Have individuals reach out to one another as a way of connecting, while building friendships on his land.
This Saturday, Ghost Town Silence will take the stage in support of the release of their EP Shadows at Oregon Express. Formally The Rebel Set, the set will mark the end of an era for the band. Before Ghost Town Silence, the five piece group The Rebel Set formed in 2005 when lead singer/guitarist Tom Gilliam and vocalist/upright bass Gavin Spencer enlisted members Jason Johantges (rhythm guitar), Adam Kempf (drums/trumpet) and Ken Hall (keyboards/trombone) to join. With the releases of their 2008 debut Ghost Town Silence and the 2009 follow up Across The Relentless Sea, The Rebel … [Read more...]
For almost twenty years now, Tim Anderl has written some of the most compelling stories and informative interviews for several outlets. He has been in contact with artists/bands that span all over the world. From cutting his teeth in the business as an intern at Alternative Press magazine to now being frequently featured in publications like Ghettoblaster Magazine and New Noise Magazine-Anderl has spent a large portion of his life involved in the world of music. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone then when you are made aware that Anderl is also in a band-right here in the … [Read more...]
On January 30th, Dayton band Gem City celebrated the release of their long awaited first album REDUX at the Yellow Cab Building. Being released by local independent record label Only WonderUS, REDUX offers a collection of ballads and up-tempo songs that are beautifully woven together throughout. The James Brown-influenced opener “Gotta Get Up (Before You Get Down” sets the down early with a groovy soulfulness to it. Th vibrate, jazzy instrumental “Britney Called” gives way to what could be the John Legend-approved crooner “Jonesin’”. “Turn Up” and “Automatic” showcases each member … [Read more...]
In a couple of days, singer/songwriter Tim Korenich will pack up his vehicle with his music gear and head back onto the road solo. He revealed during our phone conversation that he will be performing to audiences at not only bars, but a variety of house shows that will also feature other singer/songwriters. When the performance are over, he will be choosing to sleep on people’s couches and floors instead of forking over money to stay in a hotel. While being out on tour, he will engage and interact with some of the most incredible people that want to help. For example, Korenich talked … [Read more...]
Dayton, Ohio bands and beyond do their best originals, and unique spins/covers of other Dayton, Ohio bands from the past and present. The only show like it in the world, literally! Both international hits and local favorite tunes will be performed and more.
The Calloway family has been dazzling audiences since the 1920's and this year is no exception. Calloway Brooks, along with the Cab Calloway Orchestra deliver both the authentic sound of a hot Jazz Orchestra and a snazzy stage style ... bringing out a Jump, Blues, and Boogie experience of "Swing that is king and Jive that's alive".
An All Mozart Concert, featuring Mozart’s Grand Mass in C Minor for chorus, orchestra, and soloists, and his Clarinet Concerto, with principal clarinetist of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra John Kurokawa.