It was Craigslist that brought Andris Devine, Doug Spencer and Jim Tramontana together, but as Red Hot Rebellion was formed, the trio found instant musical compatibility. After performing their mix of punk, garage rock and blues on stage, the band is now gearing up for the release of their debut album on vinyl and cd with a comic book companion.
Red Hot Rebellion will perform at the Dayton Does Dayton music festival on February 3rd and 4th at Canal Street Tavern. They'll celebrate the release of their album on February 10th at Blind Bob's.
When Me & Mountains started working on the follow-up to their debut album, they decided that they would record this one themselves. The resulting album, Feral, is about to be released, and thanks to efforts from fans, it will come out on vinyl.
Nine False Suns combines rock and roll, reggae, jazz and funk into their own unique sound like allows them to explore all sorts of musical territory. The band is planning a lot of activity for 2012 including recording and more live shows.
You can see Nine False Suns perform at Canal Street Tavern on February 4th as part of the Dayton Does Dayton music festival.
Meg Cavanaugh began considering songwriting in high school while she was involved in musical theater. Looking influences like Ani DiFranco and Joni Mitchell, Cavanaugh picked up a guitar and years later is a performing songwriter. Cavanaugh debut album, The Musketeer's Handbook is out now, and she's currently writing more songs in anticipation of a second album.
Todd the Fox and Lisa Bunny put their own spin on the blues, murder ballads and bluegrass using guitars, a suitcase-drum and a washboard. Here the duo performs their favorite covers (both classic and modern) and a few original tunes.
Todd the Fox and Lisa Bunny will perform on Friday, December 30th at the Oregon Express in Dayton.