Since 1988, Cannibal Corpse has delivered their own style of death metal, with songs dripping with terror, torture with themes revolving around serial killers and, you guessed it, cannibalism. See them in Toledo at Civic Music Hall, followed by death metal band Hate Eternal, named one of the top eight bands of the last decade
By blending live performance with technology featuring composers and performers, SPLICE Festival II hopes to continue growing strong relationships between the two talents who are dedicated to creating dynamic live music. The three-day festival features various concerts, talks, and workshops pertaining to the development, performance and theory of music. $20 for access to all events
The lights flicker inside, and people begin filing into the living room of a house in the Old West End. Three rows of seats flank a roaring fireplace. There is no mention made about cell phones, but attendees instinctively check their phones to make sure they will not be the source of an interruption of
Halloween and punk rock formed a match made’ in hell in the 1985 cult classic, “The Return of the Living Dead.” Teenage punks have a rough night after their Halloween cemetery party gets interrupted by zombies, leading them to eat one another. While Punk Rock Halloween at Frankie’s may bare some resemblance to that fantasy,
Singer, composer and recording artist Ramona Collins is celebrating her birthday, as always, in style and most fittingly, on stage as Ramona Collins and the Toledo Jazz Orchestra. Collins’ voice is a smooth and smokey delight, her arrangements always compelling and emotional. TJO musicians really compliment her voice and those ballads of the American Songbook.
To bring awareness to a semi-defunct, yet beloved, alternative audio format, Toledo’s Culture Clash will celebrate Cassette Store Day for the 2nd year.
October’s Third Thursday Art Loop welcomes back Toledo musicians The Antivillains (Sarah Cohen, Sam Woldenberg, Ben Cohen, Lucas Madrazo, and Peter Kharchenko).
During the Shlump Hyper Space Tour, Toledo’s monthly bass music night club service DubtronicA celebrates their six year anniversary with Shlump as the headliner.
The 39th Bowling Green New Music and Art Festival will showcase over 30 guest artists over four days, including contemporary classical, choral, opera and electronic music.
Three local artists will deliver unique performances, offering a night of varying sounds and different genres. Opening is Boo Lee Crosser, folk singer and songwriter, followed by high-energy rock n’ roll band The Depaysement. Headliner Ryan A Roth and his Sideshow provide Americana tunes. Come out to support the local music and arts scene.