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Symphony scribe

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Wright State lecturer Dennis Loranger turns program prose for Dayton Philharmonic into art form Photo: Lecturer Dennis Loranger; photo: courtesy Chris Snyder By Jim Hannah If you’re taking in a symphony by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, the guy you want to sit next to is Dennis Loranger. The Wright State University music historian will likely know more about […]

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Knuckles up

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Chicago’s Flatfoot 56 prove that bagpipes are punk as f— Photo: from left to right: Conrad Allsworth, Eric McMahon, TobinBawinkel, Kyle Bawinkel, Brandon Good By Gary Spencer To some listeners, punk seems like a sonically limited genre of music – distorted guitars, three or four chords, rough singing, sometimes fast, sometimes faster. However, there are […]

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Comedy is life

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Leonard Ouzts returns to the Dayton Funny Bone Photo: Headliner Leonard Ouzts By Gary Spencer Some comedians like to go for cheap gags and one-liners, while others weave elaborate tales full of lengthy, intricate stories that lead up to a punch line. Then, there’s comedians like Leonard Ouzts, a rising young star in the world […]

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I and Love and You (and Avett Brothers)

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Avett Brothers to play at Great American Ballpark Photo: from left to right: Joe Kwon, Scott Avett, Bob Crawford, Seth Avett By Alan Sculley The Avett Brothers have been on quite a musical journey of evolving their sound over the past decade, going from a trio playing acoustic guitar, banjo, and stand-up bass to what […]

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Back to blues

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Two rhythms and blues: Joe Bonamassa’s new album with a twist Photo: Bonamassa rockin’ it on stage; photo: courtesy of Fraze Pavilion By Alan Sculley Blues-rocker Joe Bonamassa has made a habit of having a specific  musical direction in place before recording many of his solo albums. For his current studio album, Blues of Desperation, […]

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The funky truth

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The legendary George Clinton brings funk back to Dayton George Clinton; photo: William Thoren Photography By Joseph Ferber For a moment, Dayton City Paper was an exclusive listener to a new phase in funk history. Skeptical that a direct line existed to funk’s most innovative forefather, we found all suspicion suspended as our call for […]

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Dayton City Paper ‘Audible’ writers present…

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The 2017 sizzling summer mixtape   Allyson B. Crawford | Crazy Lixx “Hunter of the Heart” What could be sexier than a 2017 track that sounds like it is straight out of 1987? Crazy Lixx formed in Sweden in 2002, and they’ve stayed true to their goal of creating music full of anthemic riffs and gang-choruses. “Hunter of […]

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Forever Young

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Sara Watkins gets back to her roots at Taft Theatre Photo: Sara Warkins, performing at Taft Theatre on Aug. 12 By L. Kent Wolgamott Sara Watkins is best known for her work in Nickel Creek, the bluegrass trio she co-founded as a teenager. But you won’t hear bluegrass or much of her fiddle on “Young […]

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Dayton’s renaissance man

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Reginald Harmon showcases art and music at Crowne Plaza Photo: Reginald Harmon, musician and artist By Tim Walker Reginald Harmon is a busy man. Continually creating, the 65-year-old local musician, artist, educator, sculptor, and community activist is a true polymath—a person of wide-ranging knowledge and learning. And now, through the National Arts Showcase that he […]

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A whole lotta funk (and a little bit of jazz)

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Dave Koz and Larry Graham join forces at Fraze Photo: Dave Koz will be performing with Graham at Fraze By Tim Walker The life of a touring musician, with its endless routine of traveling, hotels, performances, restaurants, and interviews, might be an annoyance to many. But, at 54, Dave Koz loves it. “I couldn’t be […]

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Techno Queen

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Nicole Moudaber reigns at Masque By Gary Spencer Every creative force has an origin story. Some musical artists have journeys so remarkable they stand out like dollar bills in a penny-infested wishing well. One such stand-out is DJ/Producer Nicole Moudaber, who, while creating her own music for only about a decade, has become a magnetic […]

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Two for the road—hold the Mac

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Christine McVie and Lindsey Buckingham reunite at Rose Music Center (l-r) Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie perform at Rose Music Center Aug. 8; photos: John Russo By Tim Walker Christine McVie, vocalist, songwriter, and keyboard player, is in what one might think would be, for her, a familiar place: sunny Los Angeles, holed up for […]

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A sonic boom

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Second Baby Boomer Festival returns to Centerville By Matt Clevenger Returning Saturday, Aug. 5 for its second year on the giant lawn at St. Leonard’s Retirement Community in Centerville, the Baby Boomer Festival has already become one of the area’s biggest free festivals. And you don’t even have to be a baby boomer to attend. […]

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Grass strains

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Paddle faster, hear bluegrass at Tipp City’s Canoegrass Photo: Listeners float near one of the two stages where bluegrass will blast at Canoegrass in Tipp City By Joyell Nevins Paddle faster, I hear bluegrass! So goes the tagline under the unofficial music video for the annual Tipp City festival, which this year goes from Aug. […]

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All aboard

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Mad River Railroad stops at RiverScape MetroPark Photo: Mad River Railroad’s (l-r) Dave Finster, Pat Carine, Gary Ridgeway, Nora Denning, Dave Younkin By Matt Clevenger Overlooking the Great Miami River in downtown Dayton, RiverScape MetroPark seems like an ideal venue for bluegrass act Mad River Railroad. The band played there once before, in 2015, and […]

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Dare you to groove

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Lifehouse and Switchfoot join forces at Rose Music Center Photo: Lifehouse’s (l-r) Steve Stout, Jason Wade, Bryce Soderberg, and Ricky Woolstenhulme, Jr. By Justin Kreitzer Alternative rock band Lifehouse, led by singer-songwriter Jason Wade, emerged in the post-grunge era in the year 2000 with their still-inescapable hit, “Hanging By A Moment.” With their radio-friendly melodic […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]