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The Sharon Lane Album Project Fundraiser
On Saturday, April 4 family, friends and fans gathered at Gilly’s Jazz Club to show their love and appreciation to Sharon Lane. Lane’s musical DNA is woven throughout Dayton’s music scene, so when word got out that she was looking to record again, people were more than willing to show their support for one of Dayton’s musical icons!
Sharon has been itching to get back into the studio for some time. Her last album called “Gigs Up” released in 2000 was an instant classic with tunes like “Back Alley Serenade,” “Bus Station,” and “Rattlesnake”. Sharon and I have talked several times over the years about her return to the studio, but she was never able to make the leap. I mentioned Sharon’s desire for a new album to Paula Ashcraft, owner of All Nighter Recording Studio, who immediately offered to help out with the project. We discussed several options on how to get the project off the ground, one being a fundraiser to help with the cost of the CD. View full article »
Helping support one of our main goals of connecting the local music community, we’re bringing you our 3rd issue of the Dayton Regional Music Directory!
With over 500 local acts sorted by:
– Type of music (acoustic, electric, both)
– Style of music (originals, covers, both)
this listing will help you easily discover cool local music!
Oddbody’s Music Room is proud to present the Dayton Blues Showcase featuring Ira Stanley & Blues Power, The Doug Hart Band, The Noah Wotherspoon Band, and The Scotty Bratcher Band.
If you’re a fan of the Blues like I am, then you’ve been salivating waiting for this tasty morsel to roll around! This show features four of the area’s best Bluesmen serving up a healthy portion of the good stuff! Do you prefer your Blues Memphis style, or perhaps the Windy City Blues are more to your liking? Whatever your heart’s desire, Oddbody’s has you covered! View full article »
By JULIET FROMHOLT • FEB 5, 2015
A mutual appreciation for each other’s music at the Spirited Goat Coffeehouse‘s open mic brought the members of Gin-Soaked Angels together. The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about writing together, recording and what they love about performing live.
Friday, May 1, 2015
by Paul Resnikoff
It wasn’t a rumor: according to details confirmed this morning by CNBC, Spotify has now successfully raised a Series F (yes, F) of approximately $350 million. The round, led by Goldman Sachs, pushes Spotify’s total funding to roughly $900 million, and values the company north of $8 billion (yes, with a b).
Keeping activity authentic on Facebook is an important part of our ongoing efforts to make sure Facebook is a trustworthy place for people and businesses to connect. Last October we shared some of the ways we work to stop fraudulent activity on Facebook, particularly around fighting fake likes. We’ve made big strides in the past six months, so today we’re providing an update on our progress in this area. View full article »
by Mike Emmons
One of the rising stars of the Dayton music scene is McGuff And The Dumpster Fires! You’re hearing their name more and more often, and when you see their live show, you immediately know why! Blending elements of 70’s punk with classic rock, they have created a sound that is uniquely their own and sure to please!
Published: April 28, 2015, 6:25 pm Updated: April 29, 2015, 9:29 am
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