Posts Tagged ‘Blind Bob’s’

fu-1-sybilka-storieFlying Underground is a Pop and Rock & Roll powerhouse from Cincinnati, Ohio featuring energetic riffs, sonically explosive guitars, and rebellious lyrics belted out with clarity, sweet melodies, and enough grit to get your engines revved up and ready to rock!

Coming up in just under 2 weeks, they’ll be burning down the stage at Blind Bob’s in Dayton as they hook up with local rockers, Me & Mountains, and this will be a blistering night of Rock & Roll that we really wish was here already!   

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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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Saturday Jan.16 Blind Bob’s hosted three bands, ranging in sound as much as appearance. The two-thirds Dayton showcase brought locals Babbling April and SKRT to the stage with Cincinnati’s Comprador sandwiched comfortably in-between. Each brought a signature sound with elements of their own style while psychedelia was the evening’s theme. Babbling April started with the …

Source: Covering the ScenePsychedelic Sounds at Blind Bob’s – Covering the Scene

a0372161099_16A Thursday evening in Dayton’s Oregon District may not be quite the social spectacular that the weekends are, but there was plenty to see last Thursday at Blind Bob’s when Jeremy Porter & the Tucos rolled in from Detroit for the second stop on their 2015 Southeast USA tour.

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11811321_10153288221359425_6455169633684685747_nRolling into town this Thursday to Blind Bob’s in the O.D., Detroit rockers, Jeremy Porter and the Tucos, will deliver an evening of their signature “whiskey, guitars, hooks and heartache” with tracks from their latest album entitled Above the Sweet Tea Line.  

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By Gary Spencer   April 14, 2015

Photo: Garage rockers The Woggles will perform at Blind Bob’s on April 23

The Dayton music scene has evolved a lot over the years, both for better and worse. One thing many longtime Dayton concertgoers bemoan is the lack of national touring acts stopping to play the Gem City, something that in the late 1980s and ’90s was actually pretty common. One promoter in particular was instrumental in making Dayton a regular place for national touring bands to play. His name is Ken Gross.

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Vivienne Machi  11:54 a.m. Friday, April 17, 2015 | Filed in: What To Know

The Dayton Music, Art and Film Festival released the first wave of artists that will grace Gem City stages September 18-19. Stay tuned for announcements on more sets, and art and film offerings for the former Dayton Music Festival’s 11th year running. CONTRIBUTED

The Dayton Music, Art and Film Festival released the first wave of artists that will grace Gem City stages September 18-19. Stay tuned for announcements on more sets, and art and film offerings for the former Dayton Music Festival’s 11th year running. CONTRIBUTED

If you’re like us, you’ve been itching to start planning out your bands to see at the 2015 Dayton Music Fest. Yesterday, we got a sneak peek at which groups will grace Dayton’s stages for the newly branded Dayton Music, Art and Film Festival, and the lineup should get you excited for September already.

The 11th annual Dayton Music Festival is re-branded this year, branching out to the visual arts under new leadership by Great Guys Entertainment. The event is co-sponsored by Dayton City Paper and Bonbright Distributors.

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’90s era indie rock and power pop is deeply embedded in the DNA of Dayton, Ohio’s Smug Brothers and for good reason.  Principal songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Kyle Melton spent the ’00s fronting unsung indie heroes Montgomery Greene, and some might recognize drummer Don Thrasher from such luminaries as Guided By Voices and Swearing At Motorists.  Additionally, both gentlemen have been the city’s predominant historians, telling the tales of rock greatness in Dayton Daily News, Dayton’s alt-weekly, and the Buddha Den music blog for well over a decade. (more…)

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Tim Pritchard and The Boxcar Suite deliver at Blind Bob’s –

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