Johnny Mathis’ Music Director, Scott Lavender, and vocalist Dr. Jim Young present their musical talent during Toledo Jazz Orchestra’s Black and White Transportation Bistro Series: Doc and Scott.
The international collective, Music in Familiar Spaces (MFS) will host “Beer & Bach” at the Black Cloister on September 24. With the aim of “reaching out to new audiences through innovative and accessible concerts,” MFS brings classical performances to the local scene with travelling musicians in local venues from city to city.
If you’re a rock ‘n roll type chick or dude, head over to the Toledo Club for their Party in the Parking Lot Summer Concert where the tunes will be blasting until midnight. Headlining the night is one of the best Rolling Stones tribute bands, Satisfaction, along with other acts including Jim Liefer’s Sounds of
Jam out in the parking lot full of sounds of local, live music at TSA’s third annual Flying Pig Arts Festival. Each performing act will feature a TSA staff member, with a lineup including Kaiden Chase, East River Drive, Amelia Airhearts, Madison Avenue Band and more. While groovin’ to the music, check out the food
As camping and music festivals go well together, Sacred Harvest brings that experience closer to home for a two day music festival in Grand Rapids Ohio. Fans can camp out on the private farm and enjoy a variety of workshops, vendors and musical entertainment. Bands include Mercury, Rustik Waters, Stranger Danger, Decent Folk, Funk Factory,
Now in its 75th season, the Toledo Symphony welcomes new musical director Alain Trudel. With a long and brilliant career in the arts as a conductor, composer, and concert trombonist, Trudel began with TSO in July.
Local folk trio Oliver Hazard has recently been steering the development of the first ever fully local craft beer festival to come to Waterville. Rallying the cross-promotion of Toledo area artisans, musicians, and business owners, the city of Waterville is presenting a great time for listening to some knee-slapping serenades. Beer You Say? Nicholas Scott
The summer season is winding down, but Toledo’s rock n’ roll is still kickin’. Check out performances from various artists at Frankie’s End of Summer Bash. BATHHOUSEBETTY, Stretch, Klashing Back, and The Infinity Process and others bring their fast, heavy tunes to the stage. $5-$8. 8pm | Saturday, August 25 Frankie’s | 308 Main St
Sutphin travels from Wichita, Kansas to one of our favorite record stores for good times and good sounds. Come hand out, bring your own beer, and listen to the experimental music of the four-piece along with Wax, a local opening act. Donations encouraged. 6-9pm | Sunday, August 26 Culture Clash Records | 4020 Secor Rd