It’s a bittersweet feeling when there are too many shows happening in one night to attend all of them. But ultimately it’s a good problem for a music scene to have. That’s been the case here in Toledo recently, and as the year comes to a close, it’s worth taking a look at some of
In 2016, the Ohio legislature passed House Bill 523, legalizing medical cannabis. As of this writing, 29 states and the District of Columbia now have legalized cannabis— in one form or another.
The duo found success with the creation of their first card game, Master Thief, funded five days after launching a Kickstarter campaign, two years ago.
Take a listen to Project 206, and you’ll be taken for a ride. Expect the unexpected. This album is chock full of musical arrangements that take the listener from one spectrum to another— all with a superb cohesion that can only be achieved by those who have a deep understanding and appreciation for jazz and
From October 10 through the 20th, Rela Percussion will be in residency at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion, showcasing a host of glass percussion instruments— marimbas, drums, gongs, hand drums, bowls, and chimes— which they’ll be working on during their time at the museum. The Formation The group formed back in 2011 when
On September 23rd, New York based The Oracle Hysterical will perform a live version of their forthcoming album Hecuba in the Peristyle at the Toledo Museum of Art. Named after the Greek tragedy by Euripides, the album is a telling of the play set to song. “We describe ourselves as part book club and part