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Go ask Alice—and Johnny and Joe


Hollywood Vampires new supergroup graces Fraze By Tim Walker Photo: Alice Cooper is still looking to write the best song ever writtenphoto: Ross Halfin Rock stars—they come and go. Few of them become household names, and even fewer achieve the status of musical icons. But in the universe of hard rock and heavy metal, your […]

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The 2016 Sizzling Summer Sextape


Mixed by DCP audible writers   Allyson B. Crawford Guns n’ Roses – “Paradise City” (from Appetite for Destruction)  When Guns n’ Roses released Appetite for Destruction in 1987, the five band members clearly had no idea of the impact they were about to make on modern music, let alone the metal scene. Now, decades […]

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Son of a gun

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Waymore’s Outlaws and Shooter Jennings return By Tim Smith Photo: Waymore’s Outlaws, the evolution of Waylon Jennings’ backup band, play Indian Creek Amphitheatre June 25 photo: Trent Houghton Waymore’s Outlaws were born in 1961 as The Waylors, the backup band for country legend Waylon Jennings. They continued in this capacity in concerts and the recording […]

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Of kitties and cults

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Join Curse of Cassandra at Bob’s By Gary Spencer Photo: Curse of Cassandra conjures ‘witch-dance grave wave’ at Blind Bob’s June 25; photo courtesy of Curse of Cassandra Cats and cat-lovers are everywhere these days. Most people’s Facebook newsfeeds are flooded with photos of cute kitties, and furry fandom continues to be a growing subculture—obsessions […]

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An American idol


Phillip Phillips makes Rose home By Miranda Brooks Photo: Phillip Phillips debuts new tracks at Rose Music Center June 28; photo courtesy of Phillip Phillips America’s seemingly favorite Idol to date, Phillip Phillips, not only embodies our culture’s fascination with overnight success, but also stands to prove his relevance within the music industry—alongside the help […]

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Stand by your van


Kelly Zullo hauls off-the-grid living to Beavercreek By Matt Clevenger Like sailors and their ships, touring musicians often develop a special bond with their vans. Countless songs and even entire albums have been written or named in tribute to these iconic vehicles, but few artists have taken their love of the van as far as […]

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Something wicked this way comeszz


Blaze Ya Dead Homie claws to Oddbody’s By Tim Anderl On Friday, January 15 rapper Blaze Ya Dead Homie released his newest LP, The Casket Factory. Years in the making, it hit the streets via Majik Ninja Entertainment. Dayton City Paper caught up with Blaze to discuss his persona, video games, his latest LP and […]

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Irish renaissance


Celtic Fest Ohio mixes old and new By Kevin Tucker Like clockwork, festivals of all shapes and sizes materialize annually around the Miami Valley to decorate the landscape come summer and fall. Throw one more fête into the ubiquitous mix this year with the unveiling of the inaugural Celtic Fest Ohio, slated for June 17–19 […]

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Folk-rock road warriors


War Radio wages at Taffy’s By Justin Kreitzer War Radio is an Indianapolis-based folk-rock band led by the husband and wife duo, Joel and LaToshia (Tosh) Everson, along with drummer Drew Cooper and bassist Dennis Furr. Their promising debut album, Tracks was released in 2014 to great praise and their fan base has grown rapidly […]

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Stompin’ the yard


Lebanon’s Stompin’ in the Street festival returns By Joyell Nevins Don your cowboy hat, pull on your cowgirl boots and boogie down to Lebanon, Ohio, this weekend for its annual “Stompin’ in the Street” country music festival Saturday, June 11. “Country music is a good genre for Lebanon,” says Jo Wise, Main Street Lebanon executive […]

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The Docket: 8/30

Regional police blotters, reported and interpretedby By Ehron Ostendorf Feeding for two The owner of a store said a woman […]

Debate Forum: 8/23


For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]

Debate Forum: 8/16/16


For the love of the game Olympic athletes have big dreams, but empty wallets—Should the government step in? By Sarah […]