Tag Archives: audible

Nerd to the core

beats

Rapper Juice Lee gets geeky at Super-Fly’s Free Comic Book Day By Josher Lumpkin Photo: Juice Lee drops nerd-core hip-hop May 6 at Super-Fly Comics; photo: Salim Williams In Juice Lee’s song “The Dark World,” the rapper spits flowing streams of philosophy over a beat mixed from the music of Nintendo’s “The Legend of Zelda: […]

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Skeeeewwwing left

comedy

The Liberal Redneck tears into politics at the Dayton Funny Bone By Paula Johnson Photo: wellRED Comedy Tour’s (l-r) Drew Morgan, Trae Crowder, and Corey Forrester perform May 3 at the Dayton Funny Bone If Trae Crowder has a catchphrase, or word in this case, it’s “Skeeeewww!” pronounced with two syllables, as in “ski-you.” This […]

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They will rock you again

pops

The Music of Queen returns to the Schuster By Allyson B. Crawford Photo: Rachel Wooding performs The Music of Queen in 2012, back to the Schuster Center by popular demand April 29 For conductor Richard Sidwell, Queen wasn’t a favorite band or even one that was on his radar. Sure, he knew “Bohemian Rhapsody,” but […]

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Salt of the Earth

rock

Lucinda Williams rides her ‘ghosts of the highway’ to the Victoria By Dave Gil de Rubio Photo: Lucinda Williams performs May 2 at the Victoria Theatre; photo: David McClister In the 1968 song “Salt of the Earth,” the Rolling Stones sang, “Let’s drink to the hardworking people/Let’s think of the lowly of birth/Spare a thought […]

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OldNews, new folk

oldnews

OldNews debuts single at South Park Tavern By Joey Ferber Photo: Khrys Blank of OldNews, a regular act at South Park Tavern; photo: Matt Silver While its existence in the Dayton scene is old news, a musical staple is breaking new ground. The OldNews “collective,” as members refer to it, is translating its spontaneous, live […]

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‘Voices of angels’

world

Celtic Woman treads new, classic territory at the Schuster By Alan Sculley Photo: Celtic Woman’s (l-r) Tara McNeill, Susan McFadden, Máiréad Carlin, and Éabha McMahon perform Friday, April 21 at the Schuster; photo: Naomi Gaffey   Being a singer in Celtic Woman had been a long-held dream for Éabha McMahon. Now, after more than a […]

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Million mile traveler

folk

Peter Mulvey celebrates 25 years of music at Yellow Cab By Gary Spencer Photo: Indie-folk musician Peter Mulvey celebrates 25 years of songwriting Saturday, April 22 at Yellow Cab Tavern; photo: Elisabeth Witt Indie-folk music is one of those subgenres of music that seems to spawn both artists who get hot for a minute and […]

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Do the punk rock twist

rock

The Claudettes shake up Chicago blues at Blue Note Bistro By Tim Walker Photo: The Claudettes’ (l-r) Zach Verdoorn, Berit Ulseth, Matt Torre, and Johnny Iguana perform at The Blue Note Bistro April 14; photo: Marisa Klug-Morataya Johnny Iguana is no stranger to airports, it seems, and he’s comfortable speaking over the phone with Dayton […]

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Bright star

folk

William Matheny spins alt-country stories at Blind Bob’s By Justin Kreitzer Photo: William Matheny steps into the spotlight Saturday, April 15 at Blind Bob’s; photo: Josh Saul West Virginia singer-songwriter William Matheny—formerly a multi-instrumentalist in the now defunct Ohio-based folk-rock band, Southeast Engine—is ready for his time in the spotlight. A storyteller in the vein […]

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Forbidden fruit

FFE

Far From Eden grows progressive rock at Oregon Express By Mike Ritchie Photo: Kimberly Weiss and Far From Eden play Oregon Express April 15 photo: Jennifer Taylor Sometimes a band finds its niche by refusing to fit in. Sometimes striking a balance between “too heavy” and “not heavy enough” is a good thing. Blending an […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

L&D

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

Debate Forum: 8/22

Debate

Which right write is right? In Charlottesville, what isn’t the debate? By Sarah Sidlow Overwhelmed by the Charlottesville news cycle […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/15

The Docket

Slash and dash Taking the overused and overdone tactic of the “dine and dash” to a whole new level… a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/8

L&D

On the run from a BB gun At a local historical park just a few days ago, a large truck was […]

Law & Disorder The Docket: 7/11

L&D

Steal anything At a local auto-parts store, a car radio was shoplifted. The thief suspiciously perused through the aisles and […]