Saturday, August 13, 2011

WYSO Free Concert Aug. 21

Mark your calendars!

WYSO's free Community Concert is a week from this Sunday on August 21st at RiverScape in downtown Dayton from 6-9 PM.

There will be food and beer for sale.

Just bring a chair, your family & friends!

Crazy Joe
Who is Crazy Joe? First, there's "Crazy" Joe Tritschler, roots music guitarist, singer, songwriter, and occasional drummer, who has toured nationally and internationally with his own Mad River Outlaws as well as roots music legend Deke Dickerson, has released several recordings with ATOM Records and now his own O-Scope Recording Company, and continues to evolve his unique musical vision of early rock & roll, rockabilly, and original country with dashes of soul, jazz, and heavy rock

Ricky Nye
RICKY NYE INC. (formerly known as "The Swingin' Mudbugs") playing elegant blues and ballads (a la Charles Brown and Mose Allison), New Orleans stylings and traditional boogie woogie. The group has experienced great success with the release of their discs "Quick 'N' Dirty" (2003) and "Piano is Fun!" (1998, with Don Aren- bass & Brian Baverman- drums).

Hailing from Yellow Springs, Ohio, Wheels plays a folky, high-energy mixture of everything from bluegrass to rock n' roll. Known for their trademark three-part harmony vocals, the band consists of Rory Papania on guitar, Sam Salazar playing mandolin and ukulele, Jamie Scott providing percussion and harmonica, and Sam Crawford laying down the bass. Their sound is shaped by an eclectic set of musicians, and the band lists The Avett Brothers, Dr. Dog, and The Band among their biggest influences. Show after show, Wheels delivers an energetic and engaging performance, and every member continually looks to expand their musical horizons.

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