On March 9th the historic Clifton Opera House in Clifton, Ohio will be ringing with original tunes from singer-songwriter Daniel Dye and his band, The Miller Road Band.
Dye's blend of folk and Americana, along with The Miller Road Band's choice of instruments - guitars, fiddle, accordian, harmonica, cello and banjo - harkens back to an ealier time yet manages to sound completely contemporary. With songs that address the timeless themes of life: love, loss and redemption, Dye's music couldn't find a more appropriate venue than the historic Clifton Opera House, home to live music for nearly 120 years.
After spending several years traveling around Europe writing songs and performing, Dye recently returned to his home state of Ohio where he soon recognized the talents of his classically-trained nephews and niece, Andrew, Thomas & Carrie Miller. Dye formed The Miller Road Band with the three siblings and the group wasted no time in taking advantage of the family connection, quickly creating a unified sound that still allows room for improvisation in the tradition of families playing together on front porches all across America during an earlier era.
Daniel Dye & The Miller Road Band will perform at the Clifton Opera House in Clifton, Ohio at 7:30 pm on March 9th with Dayton's own Windsor Knotts opening. For more information go to www.danieldyemusic.com/upcoming-shows/ or call the Clifton Opera House at (937) 767-2343.
Box office opens at 6:30pm. Opera house is located at 5 So Clay Street, Clifton. www.cliftonoperahouse.com