Posts Tagged ‘Blind Bob’s’
Tags: Babbling April, Blind Bob's, Comprador, Covering the Scene, Mike Ritchie, SKRT
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 …
Tags: 60's styled garage rock, Blind Bob's, Brookwood Hall, dayton, Dayton City Paper, Dayton Music Scene, DJ Mighty Manfred, Front Street Warehouse, Gary Spencer, Ken Gross, Little Steven's Wicked Cool Records, Los Angeles, Magic Jackson, Network Sights & Sounds, promoting, r&b, Rock, Sirius Satellite Radio Underground Garage, Swarm, The Loveless, The Sub Galley/Aardvark Ballroom, The Woggles
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.
Tags: "Good English", Basic Cable Preachers, Blind Bob's, Blond, Bonbright Distributors, Crooks on Tape, Dayton City Paper, Dayton Music Art & Film Festival, Dayton Music Fest, Diane Coffee, Dublin Pub, Forest and the Evergreens, Gem City, Gilly's, Great Guys Entertainment, Human Cannonball, Indigo Wild, Injecting Strangers, K12 Gallery, Manray, Omega Music, R. Ring, September, Sport Fishing USA, Swim Diver, TEJAS, The Buffalo Killers, The Motel Beds, The Yugos, Tim Pritchard and The Boxcar Suite, Vivienne Machi, Wheels, Wvwhite, Yellow Cab building
Vivienne Machi 11:54 a.m. Friday, April 17, 2015 | Filed in: What To Know
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.
Tags: "Meet a Changing World", 90's era, album release, Astro Fang, Blind Bob's, Brat Curse, Brian Baker, Buddha Den, Darryl Robbins, Dayton Daily News, Don Thrasher, Gas Daddy Go!, Ghettoblaster, Guided By Voices, indie rock, Kyle Melton, Larry Evans, Montgomery Greene, power pop, release, Smug Brothers, Swearing At Motorists, The Motel Beds, Tim Anderl, video, Woodpecker Paradise
FEBRUARY 19, 2015
’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…)
Tags: Blind Bob's, Tim Pritchard and The Boxcar Suite