Have you missed having the chance to head to the bar for some great music from a house band? We have some good news. Live music is back, thanks to the new Director’s Dine Safe Ohio Order. Now that on-site dining is beginning to resume, live musicians, bands and disc jockeys have permission to play
Bassel Almadani grew up in the college town of Kent, Ohio, but now finds himself on an international stage. His project, Bassel and the Supernaturals has performed all over the world, promoting awareness of the Syrian refugee crisis.
Jlin began producing music in 2008; her debut track “Erotic Heat” pushed her to the front of the up-and-comers line, and her 2015 full-length, Dark Energy, was also well-received.
Erin Zindle & The Ragbirds migrate to Maumee for a long-awaited live show. The Ann Arbor global folk-rock quartet lands at The Village Idiot January 31 for a soaring two-set performance, their first appearance at the venue in nearly a decade. The show will also double as Zindle’s birthday celebration. A special place “The Village