Archive | audible RSS feed for this section

The next right thing

Seth Glier brings his unique sound to Canal Street Tavern By Alan Sculley On many days when singer/keyboardist Seth Glier is on tour, he and guitarist Ryan Hommel will go to a veterans’ hospital, children’s hospital or some other health facility to play for patients. “Mostly we’ll go for an hour or an hour and […]

Read More 0 Comments

Leave the porch light on

The End Times Spasm Band brings early jazz into modern era By Kyle Melton In the early 20th century, the cultural and musical shift brought on by the advent of jazz defined the era. While the form’s rampant evolution quickly moved past its humble origins, its earliest strains continued to reveal themselves as a vibrant […]

Read More 0 Comments

Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun a rising star

Future for Atlanta-based rockers looks bright By Benjamin Dale Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun, the indie-electro rockers from Atlanta, are set to take the stage with Dayton’s Oh Condor and Grey Leaves, along with Belle Historie from Cincinnati at Blind Bob’s Friday, September 16. DCP got the chance to chat with Micah Silverman, Today […]

Read More 0 Comments

Front Row: Dirty Little Secrets

Dirty Little Secrets: Sensual Fascination Show J-Alans, September 17 If Chuck Barris had hosted The Gong Show while tripping on laced acid, the fabled variety show may have resembled something like A Dirty Little Secret, the ongoing series of debauched vaudeville performances that will certainly make your mother blush (unless she’s freaky). Conceived and orchestrated […]

Read More 0 Comments

Front Row: In Solitude

McGuffy’s House of Rock September 20 It’s not often that a band from overseas comes to play Dayton, but that rule will be broken a week from today when Sweden’s In Solitude take the stage at McGuffy’s before a crowd of unsuspecting Daytonians. In Solitude could be considered part of what some critics are calling […]

Read More 0 Comments

Dayton’s Ladyfest

The ladies don’t skirt around at this music festival By Gary Spencer I bet there are quite a few of you out there reading this and wondering, “What exactly is Ladyfest?” Ladyfest is a pancontinental, not-for-profit, music and arts festival that celebrates and showcases local female musicians, visual artists, fashion designers, performance artists and authors […]

Read More 0 Comments

Altering Dayton’s X-Fest

Alter Bridge comes to X-Fest at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds By Alan Sculley When Creed broke up in 2003, three of its members — guitarist Mark Tremonti, bassist Brian Marshall and drummer Scott Phillips — formed the group Alter Bridge, wasting little time in moving forward after losing the band that had made three hit […]

Read More 0 Comments

I pledge allegiance

Washington D.C.’s These United States march into Canal Street Tavern By Benjamin Dale It’s an interesting thing to watch when a band verges on the border between obscurity and fame, between struggling to make it and finally quitting that day job. Washington D.C. outfit These United States stand poised to make the transition, garnering critical […]

Read More 0 Comments

Spin It: “Leck Mich Im Arsch”

Jack White and ICP’s new single Third Man Records Last week, the social networking universe and music-nerd blogosphere lit up with slack-jawed discussion about the forthcoming single from Jack White’s record label Third Man Records. If you thought Rebecca Black’s “Friday” ranked high on the “you’re not gonna believe this shit” scale, wait until you […]

Read More 0 Comments

In the Loop: DCP shelf at Omega Music

DCP shelf at Omega Music In a partnership between the Dayton City Paper music section and Omega Music, albums featured in the DCP on a weekly basis will also be featured in a special way at the Oregon District music store. With the help of Omega, the DCP now has its own shelf of featured […]

Read More 0 Comments

Home. Grown. History.

Troy celebrates 200 years by Janell Ward Photo: A group of friends spends time in Troy in 1888; photo: Troy […]

Biplanes and barnstormers

WACO Museum Fly-In lands in Troy by Andy Hertel Photo: A row of vintage biplanes on display in Troy; photo: […]

One good eye

Cyclops Festival returns for fourth DIY year By Tim Anderl Photo: Cyclops Festival, the handmade art and apparel event, will take […]

Causing an uproar

Godsmack shreds across the country By Alan Sculley Photo: Godsmack will perform on Aug. 17 at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati […]

Yellow Springs Theater Company

New company of professionals pushes theatrical boundaries By Joyell Nevins Photo: The Yellow Springs Theater Company rehearses D’Arc Comedy by wanda […]

Give it a spin

Whirled Festival of Tops By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The festivities begin at 5 p.m. in the area north of the […]