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First Annual Record Fair at Bogart’s

Whether you are new to the hobby, a seasoned vinyl vet or just looking for something fun to do this weekend, Bogart’s 1st Annual Record Fair is worth checking out.

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Springsfest 2019

Springsfest will be taking place on July 6th, 2019 at the John Bryan Community Center in beautiful Yellow Springs, OH.

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Review: James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt

Though Raitt is 69 and Taylor is soon to be 71, neither artist, nor their backing bands, showed any intention of slowing down or resting on their laurels anytime soon. I may have been dragging down the median age (to borrow a phrase from a friend who also attended), but I can scarcely remember a concert (or any event, for that matter) where everything just felt quite so warm and comfortable.

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Review: Jon Stickley Trio

The Asheville-based Jon Stickley Trio -- led by guitarist Jon Stickley with bandmates Lindsay Pruett (violin/fiddle) and Hunter Deacon (drums) -- brought their unique blend of instrumental Americana to the intimate upstairs room of the SGHR Saturday night.

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Andrew Combs Heads to MOTR

You can catch him with Erin Rae at MOTR on Sunday, February 10th!

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Gin Blossoms Celebrate 25th Anniversary of New Miserable Experience at Bogart’s

Gin Blossoms are headed to Bogart’s on Sunday, February 17th!

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Jon Stickley Trio Brings Progressive Americana to SGHR Saturday

JST’s concoction of instrumental Americana, acoustic jazz, folk, punk, Celtic (and so forth) is matched in its oft-symphonic compositional beauty by its captivating uniqueness. And the complexity of JST’s music is performed without pretension.

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Fall Out Boy / Greta Van Fleet / The 1975 & More at Bunbury 2019

Tonight, after much anticipation, PromoWest Productions announced the lineup of the 2019 Bunbury Music Festival!

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Review: Metallica

Metallica’s set was loud, heavy, and fun. They gave the fans what they wanted in spades, with tons of energy and mayhem, playing over 2 hours without an intermission, it’s clear that Metallica are not planning on retiring any time soon.

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Silent Planet has a lot to say. I hope you're listening

Silent Planet, now 10 years into their career and remarkably humble for a band that just sold out a 200 cap room, were playing an off date from their current tour opening for The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail.

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Support Faint Signal and a Great Cause

Faint Signal`s sophomore release Formula, needs funding for the album art design, mastering, and duplication to bring their album to the public.

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Review: Panic! At The Disco

Since 2004, Panic! At The Disco has come a long way. Brendon Urie has taken them from the emo kids in Las Vegas singing about shutting "Goddamn doors" to a powerhouse arena act that can sell out venues like the U.S. Bank Arena.