The Lizard King

Toledo Jim Morrison tribute band, Phil Barone and The Cruisers, are headlining a concert at The Sandusky State Theatre to raise money for The Sandusky Children’s Museum.

Once More With Blind Haven

Rock out to the sludgy stoner sound of Blind Haven at The Ottawa Tavern, followed by special guests— metal bands Pythian and Hu-Mid, plus punk rockers Outside.

The Duo’s Sonic Collage And Electronic Exploration

This simple statement is at the root of the collaborative work between Maumee-based composer-performer, Tim Story, and German composer-performer, Hans-Joachim Roedelius— “Achim” to his friends. On Friday, May 24 in the Toledo Museum of Art’s Little Theater, these celebrated artists will take the stage together, allowing concertgoers to share in their special artistic bond and

Desure opening for Dwight Yoakam

Singer-songwriter Desure brings his powerhouse voice and acoustic sets to open for Dwight Yoakam at Centennial Terrace this month. With easygoing country tunes like “Kick Rocks” and heartfelt throwbacks like “Sailing Nights,” it’s no wonder that the former Midland tour manager’s repertoire was described by Rolling Stone as “a panoramic slice of folk rock with just enough

Cat Fest 2019

Join in celebrating the life of Cat Lambert, who gave selflessly to her community and lost her life to domestic violence.

Kid Brother Keeps The Familial Familiar

Have you ever felt surprised that people actually like you? For those suffering from “imposter syndrome”— an uncanny feeling that one day, everyone else is going to realize you’re just a pathetic freak— take comfort in knowing that Kid Brother, a Northern Virginia-based poppy rock n’ roll five-piece, can relate. Despite almost three years of

Finding the Middleground

Tree No Leaves brings their genre-defying sound to Howard’s on May 11 When Tree No Leaves first formed ten years ago, it was a two-piece with lead singer Dustin Galish and his wife Sarah Smith on the keyboard and contributing backup vocals. Since then the band has gone through many evolutions, varying from a two-piece

Deerhoof Plays the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor

Head to The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor to hear indie San Francisco rock group Deerhoof’s experimental noise punk sound. Since 1994, their punk-meets-pop quirky sound often turns toward the unexpected. $15 in advance | $18 day of | 8pm-1am | Tuesday, April 23 The Blind Pig A2, 208 S. 1st St., Ann Arbor, MI.