The history of African Americans and the Vote will be the centerpiece of a Great Performances event held in the Great Gallery at the Toledo Museum of Art. A Black History Month Celebration, this two-part program, with a spoken-word presentation on Saturday, February 22, and a musical performance on Sunday, February 23, is organized by
Radiohead’s landmark 1997 release, OK Computer, with its slow drama and conceptual sweeps of sound, has earned a cult following on its own, but fans will enjoy a new way to hear the album on March 7. The Toledo Symphony has teamed up with Stereo Hideout Productions and composer, conductor, producer, DJ, arranger, songwriter, pianist,
Legendary jazz pianist Art Tatum was just a teenager when he broke out as a musician in the 1920s, touring the country both as a solo act and as part of a trio. He continued performing until his tragic passing in 1956 at the age of 47. Held yearly to honor his memory, the University
The DIY music space experts at Holland Haus are joining forces with the DIY everything experts at Handmade Toledo for a night of great tunes. Bands include Youngstown alternative rockers The Safest Ledge, Bowling Green hard rock quartet The Casket Company, Toledo’s “music for the emotionally unstable,” Sick Jeans and Toledo metalcore outlet Into the
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.
The longest-running blues celebration in Michigan returns for another year of performances and historical perspective. The 33rd Black History Month Blues Series with a series of free concerts around the city. From Chicgao’s Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials (February 4), to a rare solo concert by Adam Weiner (February 18), the Series culminates in