In the Loop 6/21/11

In the Loop 6/21/11

Dayton Music Fest

Olive jukebox
Although still a short time away from their official opening, the new eatery known as Olive, an Urban Dive seems to have big plans about supporting local music as well as local foodies. Upon opening its doors, Olive will offer an iPad jukebox which will feature Dayton music exclusively. They are putting out the call out to all local musicians, past and present, to submit their music on CD, which will later be used in monthly giveaways, and sign a release form upon submission. For anyone interested in getting juked, you can submit your goods and sign all required forms at Olive, Gem City Records, or contact Shelley Hulce of CatEyeMedia at CatEyeMedia@gmail.com.

DMF accepting submissions
With its seventh annual incarnation coming up, Dayton Music Fest is currently accepting submissions. This year the festival has been moved up a month and will take place September 9 and 10, with six venues participating this year. Submissions are free and will remain open until June 30. If you would like to participate, either as a performer or as a volunteer, you can visit www.daytonmusicfest.com for all relevant information.
– Kyle Melton

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