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Tags: Cincinnati, Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, Helping the Homeless Dayton, Music Feeds Ohio, Stanleys Pub, The Almighty Get Down, The Mainline Funk, Wham Bam Thank U Jam
This Saturday, July 11 Love of Life Inc. and the Wham Bam Thank U Jam hit the road with The Almighty Get Down and The Mainline Funk for ONE NIGHT ONLY.
ALL ABOARD! The Wham Bam Thank U Jam team is loading up for another Road Trip. This time the gang heads south for a visit with our friends at Stanley’s Pub for an Almighty Funk Fest when Cincinnati’s The Almighty Get Down and Dayton’s The Mainline Funk invade the Queen City for a little Wham Bam preview that YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS!
Tags: Cincinnati, dayton, Horror, Jamie Suttle, Mack McKenzie, March, Oddbody's Music Room, Rock, Shooter Jennings, upcoming release, upcoming shows, video games, Waymore's Outlaws
SHOOTER JENNINGS AT ODDBODY’S
By Rusty Pate
Photo: Shooter Jennings will perform on March 7 at Oddbody’s
When your parents are royalty in the outlaw country genre, certain expectations follow you.
Shooter Jennings does not eschew his father Waylon’s legacy. He loves his dad’s music and is even currently touring with his father’s old band. However, it should be understood that Shooter has no desire to fit into any mold.
“Most of the places I go, they have this background on me,” Jennings said. “They kind of assume I’m going to be one thing.”
Obviously, his father was an influence, but anyone who automatically equates him with his father’s choice of genre simply hasn’t been paying attention.
Tags: Cincinnati, Dallas Moore Band, Riff Raff Tavern
“This is going to be, actually, our first appearance in Dayton in years,” the Cincinnati musician told me. “We did several shows, and I’m going way back, at a club called Breakers, years and years ago. We had the opening band slot for a few shows – Marshall Tucker Band, The Outlaws, Jackyl and David Allen Coe. It was many, many years ago. I also did a show with Doctor Ralph Stanley and John Harper, back when he was still alive, at the Mountain Days Festival, but again, that was several years ago. So, it will be good to kind of be starting fresh and get up there, and hopefully, this will turn out to be a new home that we can make a stop two or three times a year, and have it be really cool.” …
For the full story, click here: A country outlaw | Dayton City Paper.