Tag Archives: Music

Telesonic 9000

Artist Dominick Gray’s project Telesonic 9000 is a modern take on the silent film era. By combining found archival film footage with electronic beats, samples, and live musical performances, the project blends both audio and visual senses together. Gray will be accompanied by a live band. 7-8pm | Thursday, December 19 Toledo Museum of Art,

Handel’s Messiah

George Frideric Handel’s Messiah is a classic composition. Its Hallelujah chorus is one of the most famous pieces of music ever created. Join the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, along with guest artists from the Toledo Choral Society and the Terra State Choral Society, on December 8 for a performance in the beautiful Rosary Cathedral. $45 |

Elmhurst with Sharktooth

Elmhurst was formed recently by Toledo artists Nathan Mattimoe and Justin Longacre. The post-industrial electronic duo brings together world beats, obscure samples and a wide variety of danceable grooves, including the duo’s track “Lake Serpent,” released on Youtube. Sub Shop specialties will be served all night or until staff dancing takes over. $5 | 9am-1am

Gypsyluvin & Grizzly Grits

Dating back more than 80 years, “The Farm” is one of the most legendary blues clubs around, and the stage has seen icons like B.B. King, Little Esther Phillips, Freddy King, and more. Despite a decade-long absence, the historic blues venue is back with regular shows. Check out local acoustic rockers Gypsyluvin and bluegrass-inspired Grizzly

Five Finger Death Punch at the Huntington Center

Get ready to bang your Santa-hat-covered head. Heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch released numerous gold records. Though the lineup has changed, the music remains as headbanging as ever. The perfect antidote to the holiday blues. $49.50+ | 6:30pm | Thursday, December 15 Huntington Center, 500 Jefferson Ave. 419-255-3300 | huntingtoncentertoledo.com

Rough & Tumble music

The downhome folk stylings of duo The Rough and Tumble will be featured at the Original Sub Shop as part of the Over Yonder House Concerts. Touring around the country in their 16-foot camper, Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler have been bringing their trademark brand of folk music to small concert venues for over eight