Jam out and get down for a good cause and some fun. In a two-day music festival that will feature over 15 bands, a specialty menu, vendors, and a charity raffle, money raised will benefit 4 Paws for Ability, an organization that provides service dogs to disabled children. Find your inner rockstar Saturday at the
Cincinnati-based The Almighty Get Down, just as their name suggests, bring the party wherever they play. On April 8th, they’ll grace the stage at the Ohio Theatre, performing along with The Overton Project and G-mac and The Soul Attack for the second annual Get On Up! Funk and Soul Review. Fronted by lead singer Willy
Celebrate one of Western music’s favorite instruments during the Toledo School for the Arts’s 11th annual GuitarFest. Players of all levels are invited to come listen and learn from guest artists, vendors and fantastic local and national artists, such as jazz guitarist Peter Kharchenko, local blues artist Aayan Naim, singer-songwriter Kerry Patrick Clark, gypsy jazz
Time to get close and personal with some of Toledo’s very own musicians. A new performance and entertainment company, Up Close Concerts, hosts its first shows this month as part of the Songwriter Showcase. Connect with artists as they captivate you in the intimate space of the new Art and Performance Center of West Toledo.
Sea turtles rock, so it’s no surprise that TroubleGiant is rocking for the sea turtles. Holding a fundraiser concert at Howard’s Club H in Bowling Green, the local band has pledged that all proceeds will be donated to the building of the first-ever sea turtle hospital in Costa Rica. Dedicated to aiding turtles injured by
When you open yourself up to the community something unique happens— the community opens itself back up to you. Sam Woldenberg and Ben Cohen, the duo behind Heavy Color, see this exchange every time they perform. Known for their sonic collages and electro-acoustic soundscapes, mixing future beat and psychedelic jazz, the two-piece frequently collaborates with local