Critic’s Pick: Rock

Critic’s Pick: Rock

The Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

By Kyle Melton

The Method

During the early 90s, the Method stood as one of the premier acts in the Dayton underground, winning Canal Street Tavern’s Dayton Band Play-Offs in 1991. Led by the dual-guitar assault of Scott Bodine and lead vocalist Nate Farley, the band echoed the proto-grunge simmering in the Pacific Northwest in that era. Although the band’s recorded output, a handful of 7” records and the No Wrong Track album, can be difficult to track down these days, their live legacy continues to loom large in Dayton’s musical landscape. As presented by local promoter Ken Gross, the proceeds from the evening will go to benefit Greg Power. The Method will perform on Saturday, April 2 at Gilly’s, 132 S. Jefferson St. Also scheduled to perform are Night Family (Columbus) and Human Reunion. Admission is $10. Doors open at 9 p.m. For more information, visit patrickgregorypower.com.

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