Despite the elimination of pregame and halftime performances, the Rocket Marching Band remains productive and creative this fall.
Oliver Hazard band members (l-r) Mike Belazis, Griffin McCulloch and Devin East in the stands at Fifth Third Field, where they will play a concert on Thursday, September 24. Photo credit: Nick Corbin. The easygoing melodies of Waterville band Oliver Hazard will make history on Thursday, September 24 as the first band to perform
Culture Clash Records owner Tim Friedman is no stranger to challenges. And along with so many other small business owners, navigating the COVID pandemic while managing the day-to-day of retail is likely one of the biggest he has faced so far. However, seeing an opportunity, Friedman recently announced plans to relocate to 912 Monroe Street
Toledo native performer BONAVEGA made his national television debut in the second episode of America’s Got Talent’s 15th season.
By Tanner Wertz As they say in show business, “the show must go on!” However, most forms of entertainment since March have been canceled or postponed due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Despite these challenging times, many performers have gotten more creative by releasing more music online, streaming in-home performances, starting podcasts, etc. to keep
We like to think that history includes everyone worth knowing — that time has a way of letting mediocrity fall away, leaving only the greatest or most important. But that’s rarely the whole story. Music, in a way, is particularly prone to this kind of selective memory, often considered a progression of regional sounds like