2021 Yellow Springs News Merchandise
Sep
17
2021

Articles About local music scene

  • Review— Speaking Suns breaks the silence

    Art ought to speak some semblance of truth to power. And with the release of their newest record, “Terrestrial Year,” Yellow Springs-based band Speaking Suns does exactly that.

  • Guilty Pleasures to play, Litterally

    Local singer Rachel Litteral will open for Dayton-based band John Dubuc and The Guilty Pleasures at the Emporium this Friday, March 22. Pictured here, Litteral recently performed a solo set in Dayton; members of John Dubuc and The Guilty Pleasures including, from left, Brian Hoeflich, Dubuc, Tom Rastikis and Rich Reuter, posed during a recent rehearsal. (Photos by Gary McBride)

    Villager Rachel Litteral will open for Dayton band John Dubuc and The Guilty Pleasures this Friday, March 22, at the Emporium’s weekly wine tasting.

  • Outside voices: 2018’s Springsfest

    The fourth annual SpringsFest will be held Saturday, July 6. Pictured is Jack Dolan of indie-rock outfit Twin Peaks, of Chicago, Ill., at last year's SpringsFest. (Photo by Robert Hasek)

    The weather couldn’t have been more perfect on Saturday, July 7, for this year’s Springsfest, which featured 11 bands over 11 hours.

  • Love and a feel-good jam band

    The Gin-Soaked Angels played a moving album release show at Peach’s Grill on Saturday, June 9. From left is Ryan Stinson, Tony Powers, Jacob Riley, Micah Mapes (on drums) and David Rivera. (Photo by Tracy Perkins-Schmittler)

    On Saturday, June 9, a local band and its cohort gathered in a circle, each with one arm around another and a cup in each one of their other hands at Peach’s Grill, toasting the show before it began.

  • Legendary local drummer releases greatest hits

    Gregory “Duke” Dewey, best known as the drummer for the ’60s psychedelic band Country Joe and the Fish, recently released a greatest hits album with the help of crowdfunding.