Tag Archives: Music – Feature

Max Boyle’s Pop Ballads Deal With Matters Of The Heart

The youngest of six children, pop singer-songwriter Max Boyle was surrounded by music growing up in Maumee. He heard his siblings performing for much of his life. “All of them did something musically, so I wanted to be like them a little bit growing up,” Boyle says. “I always sang to myself, but I didn’t

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

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