Thursday, April 2, 2009

Les Groby at the BRDhouse Saturday night

Local guitarist and singer Les Groby, who performs popular songs from the 1920s to the present with an emphasis on the Swing Era, will be performing on Saturday, April 4, from 8:30 until 11:00 pm at The BRDHouse Music and Arts Co., 565 South Main Street in Englewood.

"Bob and Sheila Daugherty, formerly of Dayton Band Instrument Co., have created a really nice performance space and coffee bar in their new store in Englewood," Groby writes. "It's worth seeing if you haven't been there yet. No cover charge, but tips are appreciated. This will be my second time playing there. I hope to see some familiar faces follow me there!"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

People! This is so clear and simple. It's about votes for politicians, don't you see? By having the Dutch train here, it brings or provides jobs and (your tax) money to folks that vote for the politicians responsible for keeping the air base open. The air field has absolutely no other excuse to exist. What would it otherwise do? Protect Yellow Springs, Springfield, Greene and Clark Counties from invasion? Politicians blabber about wanting to save your tax dollars or spend them wisely, until it comes to their districts, then it's spend, spend, spend to get those votes. A little flag waving helps, too.
Alan Palmer