Dayton Music

Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle In Town Friday

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A Cincinnati based, 4 piece Americana/Folk band that blends the tradition of heroes like Woody Guthrie and Mississippi John Hurt w/ contemporary flavor



Remembering Tim Taylor and Jeremy Frederick

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Written by Art Jipson & Shelly Hulce Dayton, Ohio- This Saturday the Dayton music community remembers several members of our music family.  Jeremy Frederick Presents: North Of Nowhere South brings together several exciting bands to celebrate the life and music of Jeremy Frederick. The Dayton music community has long had a unique “band of brothers” landscape as far back as anyone can remember.  Even in the 1970’s when Dayton funk was taking the world by storm, it was very much a family affair here on the Dayton home front.  It might be a Midwest thing, but the social bond between … [Read more...]



Funk N’ Brew Fest! Featuring Dayton’s own ZAPP!

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Don't miss this SPECIAL event - an intimate and private party with Dayton's own ZAPP, a unique opportunity to share the rich history of Salem Avenue, a chance to taste and enjoy great beer and food, experience the progress the Salem Avenue Peace Corridor is making and an evening you'll never forget.



Buffalo Soldiers: An Interview with Zachary Gabbard of Buffalo Killers

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The Cincinnati-based rockers Buffalo Killers have been busy since the beginning of this year. First, they helped kick off this year’s Dayton Music Festival 10th year anniversary with a special show featuring a church choir in the  Christ Episcopal Church in downtown Dayton back in April.  They followed that with a coast to coast summer tour, which was in  support of the release of Heavy Reverie, which was released in May.  During their time on the road, the made their annual stop in  Austin, Texas and performed at South by Southwest “This past year was probably the wildest one,” bassist and … [Read more...]



Oddbody’s Host UD Metal Conference after Show with Alex Skolnick

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There was an addictive, contagious energy in Oddbody’s on Saturday November 8th. Maybe it was due to the night being the top off, after party to three days of multi diverse and cultural information given by respected academic scholars at the University of Dayton on the global impact and culture of metal music and its growing community of supporters. Maybe it was because each of the three bands that performed on stage were handpicked from a group of over a dozen hopefuls from around the state to play for a crowd of appreciative metalheads and also….because one of the distinguished conference … [Read more...]



The Last Waltz Live to Benefit WYSO 91.3FM

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Nearly 30 local musicians will once again gather on the stage of The DAI's NCR Renaissance Auditorium to recreate the historic performances of The Band's Last Waltz.. There will be two performances this year: one on Wednesday, November 26 and an encore performance on Friday, November 28. Proceeds from the concerts will benefit WYSO 91.3FM. Last year's concert sold out - don't wait until the last minute to get your tickets!Such a Night features many of Dayton’s most talented musicians, including a seven-piece horn section. The original film The Last Waltz featured performances by Dr. John, Neil … [Read more...]



Art Jipson: Still Teaching Us After 10 Years Being On-Air

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It’s another Tuesday afternoon, and that means University of Dayton students, along with devoted followers, have their radio dials locked onto  the  college station WUDR 98.1/99.5 FM and Flyer Radio online.  Between the hours of 3-6pm in the WUDR Studios at ArtStreet on the University  of  Dayton, the animated and jovial voice of Art Jipson (aka his radio persona Dr. J) graces the airwaves as they spin music from local and  national  bands and artists.  Jipson wears multiple hats in his role with the university-Director of Criminal Justice Studies Program, professor,  coordinator  of the Self … [Read more...]



It’s a Full Scale High 5 Riot in Dayton!

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High 5 Riot hit the scene earlier this year already loaded with experience, talent and a collective drive to succeed and name based on their previous local ventures. Singer/rhythm guitarist Ashley Stacy cut her teeth in Gathering Mercury. With her young spirit and energy, she’ll settle for nothing less than global domination for H5R. The birth came in February at Dayton Does Dayton when GM and bassist Andy Uzzel’s band The Broken Lights were playing. A mutual desire and determination for musical progression brought them together. A massive reaction to their acoustic set at the Songwriters … [Read more...]



REVIEW: Ninth Annual JDRF Benefit Weekend for Sonny at Club Panama

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October 4th and 5th Club Panama hosted the annual For Love of Sonny tribute fundraiser to help raise funds and awareness for Juvenile Diabetes treatment and research. This year’s local supporters included Simply Delicious, Schaeffers Amusements Co, Janeen and Joel Naugle for bringing the sweet stuff, Rudy’s Smoke House BBQ, Keg & Cork and Letters to the Blind for CD donation. Other area sponsors included Fazolis, Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Roosters, O’Charleys. Frickers, Chucky Cheese, Cracker Barrel and Golden Corral with all proceeds going to the JDRF.  Not only was this the ninth year … [Read more...]



Tele Novella In Dayton: No “Trouble In Paradise”

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Before Tele Novella was formed recently, lead singer Natalie Gordon was in a band titled Agent Ribbons.  Gordon and her band mate  at the time, Lauren Hess, met  while Gordon was scrolling through the catalogs of music at a local record store in their hometown  of Sacramento.  Their newly formed friendship and love for music inspired them to set up the band.  Once things started to  pick up, setting up dates that spanned throughout the Western seaboard, and some other cities, Gordon and Hess enlisted Austin,  Texas native Naomi Cherie to play violin. Soon Agent Ribbons started seeing … [Read more...]