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It’s been 11 years since Shrug’s last album, “Whole Hog for the Macho Jesus,” so forgive the local rockers for making a big deal about the long-awaited full-length, “Age of Ashes.

Source: Shrug band Dayton: New album Age of Ashes |

The drummer of popular Dayton indie band Good English has responded to criticism of her defense of Brock Turner.

Source: Good English band member responds to criticism of Turner defense |

Update:  Funeral arrangements have been announced for a well-known member of Dayton’s music community.

Source: Dayton music champion Moe Beats dies |

A sidewalk chalk drawing created during an event last week in Middletown, Ohio, has gone viral.

Source: Prince sidewalk portrait in Ohio goes viral |

Canal Public House, successor to Canal Street Tavern, faces loss of liquor license

Source: Canal Public House faces loss of liquor license | Dayton, OH |

Source: A Shady Grove and Parlour Tricks


Source: Dayton Music Insider: Women Rock the Weekend!

by Vivienne Machi, Staff Writer

If you’ve been to a local show over the past years, there’s a very solid chance you’ve noticed a man standing near the front of the stage, taking pictures with an old camera under a yellow Panama hat.

In fact, if Richard Brown isn’t at a Dayton show, the organizers might start to get worried. The Dayton native estimates that he’s been to over 2,000 local music shows since he started going regularly five years ago, and a couple of years ago, even squeezed in over 500 during a one-year period.

“But I’m cutting back this year,” he said.


11:03 a.m. Monday, June 8, 2015 staff

The Rose Music Center at The Heights has been rocking with big-name acts in front of large crowds since it opened last month, but some Huber Heights residents are saying they have heard enough.

In response to numerous complaints, the city plans to install removable fabric drapes at the music center to help reduce noise to nearby homes.


Don Thrasher
Contributing Writer
1:46 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014 | Filed in: What To Do

Have you ever wondered what it really takes to pull off a radio show?

We wanted to see for ourselves, so we recently took a field trip to WYSO-FM (91.3) to go behind the scenes with Juliet Fromholt on her radio show “Kaleidoscope.” The show airs Wednesday nights and features live musical guests.