Critic’s Pick: Indie 4/5/11

Critic’s Pick: Indie 4/5/11

The Crazy Joe Show at Canal Street Tavern . . . . . . . . . . . . .

By Kyle Melton

Crazy Joe

For the past two decades, “Crazy” Joe Tritschler quietly earned a reputation as a top-notch engineer, producer and guitarist. With Emmy awards for his record production and several tours with twang legend Deke Dickerson, Tritschler keeps busy with a multitude of musical endeavors, including building his own hi-fidelity audio systems in his studio in Enon. Making his first appearance in Dayton in four years, Crazy Joe plans to unleash his newest amplification unit, which, based on his previous efforts, can’t be missed for guitar amplification enthusiasts. Blending traditional country, jazz, rockabilly and surf, Tritschler’s love for American music and hi-fidelity audio come together to create a sonic blueprint that could only be “Crazy” Joe. The Crazy Joe Show is on Friday, April 8 at Canal Street Tavern, 308 E. First St. Admission is $5. Doors at 8 p.m. For more info, visit www.crazyjoe.org.

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