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Love of Life Inc. is proud to bring you the 7th Annual Wham Bam Thank You Jam. The annual celebration kicks off this weekend August 19 – 21 at the beautiful Hannon’s Camp America Campgrounds in College Corner, OH.

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Gallery  —  Posted: August 10, 2016 by Kimberly Weiss in Local Music News

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Ready to deliver a fantastic evening of your favorite classic rock hits,
The Roadhouse Mafia is the answer to your live entertainment needs!  

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13043598_601371983345002_2646597579567833346_nWith the recent Limp Bizkit prank and the fun that ensued, are Dayton’s grime scene and rap scene ready to join forces for an epic Sunday show?  If his music and videos are any indication, we think it could happen next Sunday when NKY/Cinci rapper and Soundlink Studios artist, Mix Fox, hits the stage at Blind Bob’s downtown!

Kentucky and Ohio aren’t known for their rap and hip hop sensations, but Mix Fox may just be the game changer! Mitch Fuchs, AKA Mix Fox, is currently getting notice from such names as Def Jam Records, Atlantic Records, XXL Magazine, Hopsin, Waka Flaka and more! 

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DUS-Songwriter-7-9-16___redocompressedThe Dayton Underground Series continued last month by featuring six phenomenal local songwriters at Jimmie’s Ladder 11 in Dayton, and the night was dreamy from start to finish! The crowd was completely lured in by music from Raya, Kyleen Downes, Kevin Milner, Todd the Fox & Victoria Harper, Sharon Lane, and Jeremy & Lynne and The Typical Johnsons!

Maybe you think songwriters just sit around and sing folk songs by the light of a campfire, but we brought together a diverse group of writers who showed the crowd at Jimmie’s that songwriters can be fresh, pretty, political, soulful, funny, and even a bit rowdy from time to time!

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Jeremy and Lynne featuring the Typical Johnsons - The Sailor and the Siren

‘The Sailor & The Siren’ is the brand new album by singer-songwriter duo, Jeremy & Lynne!  It’s their first release featuring their band, The Typical Johnsons, and includes three new tunes as well as three previously released favorites revamped with the band’s signature sound AND two bonus tracks!

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ThunderTaker is (from left to right): Ryan Palcic (guitar), Craig Bishop (drums), Parisa Samavati (vocals), Kainan Shank (bass).

Dayton, Ohio has a long list of “must see” bands.  A relatively new arrival to that list is ThunderTaker.  Though formed just a little over a year ago, they have already made their mark on the Dayton music scene and have a long and promising career ahead!
This band is the complete package!

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The 2016 Miami Valley Music Fest hits the Troy Eagles Campground onThe Spikedrivers - Miami Valley Music Fest 2015-638 Friday, July 29th & Saturday, July 30th! This annual two day festival is one of the area’s best and features a musical lineup that includes fan favorites The Spikedrivers, D-Funk All Stars, The Almighty Get Down, Mike Perkins, Subterranean, Arrows of Neon, Sharon Lane, and MANY more!

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Young excuses Donald Trump’s use of Rockin’ in the Free World on campaign trail, saying: ‘Once the music goes out, everybody can use it’

Source: Neil Young permits Trump to Keep on Rockin’ | Music | The Guardian

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Dayton’s underground music scene is putting out killer music, and Music Connection Dayton created The Dayton Underground Series‘ to showcase some of the best of Dayton area music!  The 4th show in the series took place on Saturday, June 18th at Jimmie’s Ladder 11 and featured cool Dayton area Indie Pop from Good Luck Year, Goodnight Goodnight, and Coming Up For Air!  

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