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Articles About music

  • My Name Is Iden | The Blues Man’s Daughter

    “Before he was an artist, before he was a husband, before he was a father or a grandfather, he was a Blues Man.”

  • Village Council revisits busking regulation

    Local street musicians Perin Ellsworth-Heller, left, and Ben Hemmendinger performed their Appalachian and Irish-inspired tunes on the sidewalk along Xenia Avenue for about two hours last Saturday. Village Council passed a new policy this week that limits for how long and where street musicians can play after receiving numerous noise complaints from downtown shop owners and their employees. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    On July 21, Village Council heard a presentation from Public Arts and Culture Commission member Amy Wamsley on busking, or street performers entertaining in public areas.

  • Pop Wagner Trio to perform at Antioch College

    Dubbed The Pop Wagner Greene County Trio, three musicians with ties to Yellow Springs will perform in concert Thursday, July 7, at the Foundry Theater on the Antioch College campus.

  • Artist Profile | Clean Gene and his record machine

    For over half a century, at a number of local venues, bars, dances and stations, longtime villager and renowned disc jockey Gene Lohman has filled the sonic spaces of Yellow Springs with his eccentric and eclectic record spinning.

  • Beer beat

    On Monday, April 11, dancers, drinkers, music lovers and revelers of all stripes gathered in the solarium of Trail Town Brewing to enjoy hip-hop and house musical stylings.

  • A violin unlike any other

    Amanda Ewing is working to produce a violin for Anne Harris — the first such instrument produced by a Black woman luthier for a Black woman fiddle player in recorded history.

  • Local arts collective Toadstool Shadow releases album

    When was the last time you listened to an album about rabbits, fairies, robotic elves and invisible mountains? If you are so inclined, the answer to that question can be “today.”

  • Reprise— Battle, Lopez return for concert

    Mark Battle and George Lopez will perform Friday, March 13, beginning at 7 p.m. in Antioch College’s Herndon Gallery. Donations to benefit YSYOA will be taken at the door. For more information, visit http://www.ysyoa.org.

  • 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.

  • Solstice Concert— Cellist to offer ‘sonic meditation’

    Fitzpatrick’s solo cello invocation for the project, an original composition that has become a signature piece in his continuing focus on music as an agent of peace and healing, will be among the works featured when the classically trained musician returns to Yellow Springs to perform a Solstice Concert on Sunday, Dec. 22, at House of AUM.

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