Do you enjoy high quality, local live music? Then you won’t want to miss the next edition of the Lyricist’s Corner at New Boswell Brewery. See below for details:
All over Wayne County, you may hear a collective sigh of relief from band directors who are happy to see some sun. With only a few days until the first band competition, rain has been a big concern over the last few weeks.
According to Lisa Savage, band parent of two students at Northeastern, most of the bands are behind in practice due to the rain. Several of the Wayne County bands have had to find alternate places to practice during the inclimate weather, some using the Tom Raper Center at the fairgrounds. And some are making up time by having 12 hour practices.
Centerville Archway Classic
The Centerville Archway Classic is this Saturday, July 18, at Centerville High School at 7:00 p.m. The creativity and work involved in getting these bands where they are today in time for the competitions is something to be applauded. For Northeastern, their hardest work really begins following the Archway Classic when band camp starts next week.
Lisa Savage is excited to be able to help at band camp this year for her children’s band, but expects it to involve a lot of hard work for the kids.
She shared that most bands, including theirs, probably started practicing in May, but again the weather has put them all behind schedule.
Let’s get out this Saturday and support these bands and all their hard work at the Centerville Archway Classic! The next band competition will be the Jay County Lions Contest on July 24, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in Portland. On August 1, 2015 you can catch the bands in Winchester at the Drums at Winchester competition, at 7:00 p.m.
Good luck to all the Wayne County Bands!
Note: State Fair Band day is August 8, 2015 with the line up of: Northeastern starting at number 11, Lincoln at 20, Richmond at number 29, Centerville at 30, and Hagerstown at 40.
Looking for something exciting to do this weekend AND something that supports a great organization? Then you will want to head out to the Wayne County 4H Fairgrounds for the Wild Wheels 4 Wernle event.
Jimmy Sparks Bank
Starting Friday, July 17 at 8:00 the Jimmy Sparks Band will kick off a weekend of events. Cost for the concert is 10.00 for tickets purchased in advance and 15.00 at the concert. (tickets can be purchased at the Whitewater Valley Marine Corps League, Berties Music Bar or Patio at the Ribeye).
Saturday is filled with events, and many are free to watch with a gate entry fee of 5.00 per vehicle. The day includes a car and bike show in the Kuhlman Center at noon, a motorcycle rodeo at 2:00 p.m. and a mud bug by the 4H Fair committee at 7:00 p.m. An addition to the schedule is the lawn mower derby (with speeds up to 60-70 mph) and demo derby at 3:00 p.m. Of course food and other vendors will be available throughout the fairgrounds.
Dire Skates & Lipstick
Saturday night, the local Dire Skates derby ladies will take on the Sandusky Roller girls at 5:00 p.m., followed by a concert by Lipstick. See below for more details or visit the facebook event page at Wild Wheels for Wernle 2015.
Satchmo reborn – Louis Armstrong Tribute Band
Mar 14, 2015: 7:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
4th Floor Blues: InConcert Series
Dean is a trumpeter, bandleader, vocalist, entertainer, and playwright. He started performing at the age of 2, and playing trumpet from the age of 9. He has performed all over the USA and Europe. Former lead trumpeter for the Rock-Roll Hall of Fame Ohio Players, and back up musician band leader for Peabo Bryson, Dean has toured with many famous acts and musicians. His current project Satchmo: the Rebirth of Louis Armstrong is performing all over America.
Dean Alan Simms was inducted into the R&B Music Hall of Fame with the Ohio players in 2013, awarded Male Jazz Artist of the Year by the National Coalition of 100 Black women (Columbus chapter), and given the Ohio Finest Citizen Award by Rep Ross McGregor and the Ohio Speaker of the House William G. Batchelder.
Dean has also won such awards as; Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame, 2013 R&B Music Hall of Fame, Ohio Male Jazz Artist of the Year, and many more. Band members include Richmond’s own Frank DeVito, along with Albert Jackson, Derrick Turner, Terry Twitty and of course Dean Alan Simms as Satchmo. The Crossroads Band will be opening the show. Food and a cash bar will be available. Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased from any of our non-profit members, at our ticket outlets or right here…online. This will be another GREAT InCONCERT production!
You can purchase tickets from any of the InConcert non-profits supported by the series including the Townsend Center or any of its board members. Ticket price $20/person.
If you are like us…we just love a good festival. And the annual Oktoberfest in the Depot District never disappoints! Packed with great German food and drinks in the beer garden, live music, activities for the kids at Richmond Furniture Gallery and so much more.
The members of the Depot group really know how to organize a great festival that gets bigger every year. (We even have family coming from out of town to enjoy the experience). So pass the word…it’s tomorrow!
Lauralee Hites, InCONCERT
We are excited to announce our 9th annual Blast at the Underpass outdoor concert series. The Blast at the Underpass is InCONCERT’s signature event. We have been hosting this event year after year in the Depot District to celebrate July 4th. Please share with your readers this community event.
Richmond, IN March 22, 2014: March 29th, Buck McCoy brings his live show to Richmond, Indiana to The 4th Floor Blues Club as part of the Automated Controls and Electrical Supply’s InCONCERT Series. Ticket sales benefit more than ten area non-profits.
The show is a time machine of Country Music and a tribute to the biggest stars in the music industry. Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean and the current top hits on radio. Buck pays tribute to the legends of country music like Hank Williams, John Denver thru the years of Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw. Buck even includes music icons like Michael Jackson, Tina Turner and Taylor Swift. If you grew up listening to country music you will enjoy this evening of entertainment. This is also a great night to salute the American troops for all they do. For more information visit www.inconcertrichmond.com.
When: March 29th, 2014
Where: 4th Floor Blues Club in Richmond’s Depot District
What: Buck McCoy and the Indian Outlaws with special guests Crossroads
Cost: Tickets are $20.00 each
Details: Must be 21. Food and Cash Bar available and sold separate
Rock like it’s 1983 with AD/HD, one of the best AC/DC Tribute Bands in the country! AD/HD look, sound and rock like AC/DC. It’s a long way to the top of the 4th Floor Blues club if you wanna rock ‘n roll. Okay, maybe it’s not such a long way but, you can still rock ‘n roll. Join InCONCERT for a night of fun, food, drinks and great songs that will remind you of the good ole’ days.
Date: February 22nd, 2014
Location: 4th Floor Blues Club
Time: Doors open at 7pm
Purchase tickets online at www.inconcertrichmond.com
Must be 21. Food and cash bar available
Visit www.inconcertrichmond.com for tickets! Tickets $25.00. Must be 21. Doors open at 7:00 pm.
Submitted by: Lauralee Hites
INCONCERT HOSTS ANNUAL PARTY!
It’s our annual New Year’s Eve party hosted by InCONCERT at the 4th Floor Blues Club. We have Fingertrip band playing, party favors, all you can eat buffet and a champagne toast at midnight. Tickets are $25.00 and must be over 21. All tickets sales benefit more than 12 area non-profits. FREE ride home within Richmond city limits in the Blues Mobile. Come celebrate the new year with InCONCERT.
When: December 31st, 2013
Time: Doors open at 8:00pm
Where: 4th Floor Blues Club
Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10am-7pm
Sunday, Sept. 29th from 11am-5pm
Come to the Historic Richmond Depot District for Great Food, Fun and Festivities during the Oktoberfest Celebration ! There will be loads of FREE fun for the entire family!
- Huge Street Fair featuring Local Handmade Arts, Crafts & Antiques
- Free Live Music at Little Sheba’s Restaurant and the 4th Floor Blues Club Parking Lot
- Beer Garden featuring New Boswell Brewing Company – Richmond’s first brewery in over 100 years!
- Model Trains by the Richmond Railroader Society at Richmond Furniture Gallery
- Free Kids Train Bouncer at Richmond Furniture Gallery
- Free Professional Kids Face Painting at Richmond Furniture Gallery
- Poker Run
- Mural Tours
- Amazing Bed Races
- Ice Cream
- And Much, Much More!
Be sure to be in the 4th Floor Blues Beer garden outdoors at 1:00 on Saturday for some extra “surprise” fun!!
Booth and Vendor space is still available. Email Natalie@RichmondFurnitureGallery.com for vendor application
Music On Main Street
In the past the Starr Gennett Music Festival was contained to the Gorge. However this year you will be able to enjoy music and other activities at different venues throughout Richmond, including downtown Main Street.
Starting this Friday there will be live music in front of Veachs in downtown Richmond. Be sure to check out Blackthorn Bards playing Irish and Scotish music at 3:15 p.m. in front of Veach’s with our own GoWayneCounty editor, Jack Humphrey on drums. Other musicians will play from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Main Street in front of Veach’s. This is a family friendly event.
Friday night at 7:30 p.m. you can also see Sweet Honey In The Rock at Goddard Auditorium at Earlham College. Sweet Honey in the Rock performs an adventurous and diverse mixture of blues, African, jazz, gospel and R&B music, with excursions into symphonic and dance theater.
All day Saturday enjoy free music in the Gorge, and Saturday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. you can see Sweet Honey In The Rock again live at Earlham College (call the box office at Earlham for tickets). Read below for events during Music on Main Street this Friday, September 6, 2013:
When: Wednesday, July 3, 2013 from 5:00 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.
Where: Depot District, 4th Floor Blues Club Beer Garden (next to Joe’s Pizza)
Cost: $10 if you buys tickets in advance and can be bought online or by called Jennifer at 765-962-6922. $12.50 at the gate. Ages 12 and under get in free.
Details: The event will be held outside and features local entertainers Randy and Brian Baker, Jay Jesse Johnson Band from Cincinnati and Laurie Morvan from California. All ages are welcome to attend. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs!
Do you like live music? How about magic? Want to take in a live musical by local actors and vocalists? Do you have a child who loves the American Girl Dolls? You can enjoy all these and more this weekend.
To get a full run-down you can visit our GoWayneCounty.com calendar. But here are some of the highlights:
Little Sheba’s will host “The Singing Fireman” Brian Benedict at 6:30 p.m.
Moment’s Notice will be playing at Common Grounds Coffee House at 7:00 p.m. (jazz)
Little Sheba’s will host Sean Lamb at 6:30 p.m.
E Street Pub will feature “So Sayeth” & Jawspread starting at 8:00 p.m.
Tomorrow at 4th Floor Blues as part of the InConcert series magician Travis Sims of “Extreme Entertainment” will entertain both children and adults. For children there are two shows at 3:30 and 5:30. Tickets are 5.00 for the kids shows. And then for the adults you can get tickets for shows following in the evening. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. and tickets for the adult show are 15.00. A local magician will perform prior to Drew’s appearance. Food will be available for the kids shows and an open bar for the adults later at the evening show. Contact Maria Mitrione’s for more information. Proceeds benefit 11 non-profits in Wayne County.
Beauty And The Beast by the RHS Players both Saturday night and Sunday. See poster for more information.
American Girl: Kit Kittridge
On Saturday, at the Centerville Public Library, you can make someone very happy by taking them to see a program that is centered around one of the favorite American Girl Dolls and her life. This event is from 2-4 p.m. and free to the public.