Show Alert: Double-neck guitarist Ian Ethan Case to Perform at Taffy’s of Eaton

Posted: February 26, 2016 by Jimmy Cummings in Awesome Upcoming Shows, Local Music News, Non-Local Bands, Venue/ Local Service News
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Ian Ethan Case Live at Taffys

On Friday, March 4th, music lovers and guitar aficionados are in for quite a treat when Taffy’s of Eaton welcomes Candy Rat Records recording artist, Ian Ethan Case. A virtuoso of the 18 string double-neck guitar, Case will be performing songs from his new double-disc CD called “Run Toward the Mountains”.

Ian Ethan Case is one of only a handful of guitarists to undertake the difficult challenge of mastering the acoustic double-neck!

Ian Ethan Shoot

Images of Ian Ethan, taken in studio, Ceaser Photography, 2009

Case’s  new album, “Run Toward the Mountains,” is a 92 minute masterpiece featuring a stunning collection of jaw dropping arrangements that will invigorate your musical senses!

Disc one features a beautiful acoustic collection highlighting Case’s mind-blowing double-neck skills. In the video for the song “Butter II,” Case demonstrates his skill with an amazing solo performance that will have you mesmerized to the last moment!

Disc two cranks it up a notch featuring multifaceted layers of musical brilliance, including the titleIan_Ethan_NAMM_2013 track, “Run Toward the Mountains,” a fast paced gem underlining the versatility of this “must see” talent!

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see Ian Ethan Case live in concert FREE (donations gratefully accepted) beginning at 8pm on Friday, March 4th at Taffy’s of Eaton. Taffy’s is located at 123 East Main, Eaton, OH 45320. For more information about the concert, please call (937) 456-1381 or visit

For more information about Ian Ethan Case, visit:

“Run Toward the Mountains” album preview:
“Butter II”:
“The Comforter”:
* This fellow artist is supporting our local scene right here in and around Dayton! Go check out their music! If you would like to help support this page and our local scene, contact Kimberly Weiss at!


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