Chris “Peapod” Daher of the “On The Radar” Podcast and 100.7 The Zone. Image courtesy of Jake Weber. In June 2014, Chris “Peapod” Daher started “On The Radar” on radio station 100.7 The Zone to highlight Toledo’s music scene. In 2017, Peapod took the show to the podcast platform. In November, the 100th episode of
Image courtesy of Jacob Knoblaugh Transcendent is a lofty word to apply to a piece of music, or its songwriters. But one really can’t resist the word when listening to a piece by Heavy Color— the Toledo-based avant-psychedelia/electronica duo made up of songwriters, producers and multi-instrumentalists Ben Cohen and Sam Woldenberg. Their newest release is
The Hen House Band rules a longtime area live music roost. The blues-rock quartet of Tony Shutters (guitar, harmonica and vocals), Rob Nollin (bass, vocals), Doug Wilhelm (guitar, vocals) and Mike Hennig (drums, vocals) performs every Tuesday from 6-9pm at Griffin Hines Farm, a legendary blues live music venue in Swanton. “We’re just there to
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