David Mayfield may be one of the most original performers on the Americana scene. Known for his bombastic stage presence as much as his virtuosic guitar talent and songwriting prowess.
Barry Chern has spent a lifetime absorbing and transmuting American musical history. With an emphasis on early Blues and Old-Time Country, he does personal versions of old songs and originals with powerful bare-finger guitar and heartfelt vocals.
Come in costume as your favorite super-hero or super-villain! We'll have free live music by John Ford and prizes will be awarded for best female, male, and group costumes.
Continue the fun with more comics at the first ever Y-City Con on Sunday, July 9 from 10am to 4pm. FREE tables for dealers and artists are available and new dealers are always welcome. There will be a $3 admission, which includes a free comics or a graphic novel ($9 value) and access to THOUSANDS of toys and comics. If you have any questions or you would like to reserve a table, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s pre-war blues, old school country, southern gospel and the history behind the music this weekend at The Weasel! John Ford assimilates the blues of the 1920’s and 30’s, the blues of Robert Johnson and Son House, a bit of 1940's country and a pinch of gospel rhythm, and comes up with his own brand of the roots experience.
Join us for the first ever Y-City Con on Sunday, July 9 from 10am to 4pm. FREE tables for dealers and artists are available and new dealers are always welcome. There will be a $3 admission, which includes a free comics or a graphic novel ($9 value) and access to THOUSANDS of toys and comics. If you have any questions or you would like to reserve a table, please send an email to email@example.com.
Long Tall Deb and Colin John combine a genre-bending and refreshingly original new sound on their new VizzTone EP Streets of Mumbai. The richly-textured layers on these four tracks incorporate world influence with a soul-blues base picked up on their travels throughout India, Nepal, Hawaii and the American South. Together with a whip-smart band: Nate Hollman, organ; Melvin Powe, bass; and Jo El and Brandon Pettiford on drums, they have created forward-thinking, next-generation music crowned with an old soul.
Joining us from Columbus, Ohio, Jim Volk artfully incorporates traditional finger-style and electric guitar techniques and devises for a truly “Modern Acoustic” presentation while keeping the traditional essence intact.
We're wrapping up our 10 year anniversary weekend with a special show on Sunday night. Visiting from Pittsburgh, we are happy to welcome Cello Fury, to the Weasel Boy Brewing stage. A cello rock powerhouse featuring three cellists, Cello Fury's original music combines the emotive and symphonic sounds of the cello with driving rock beats to create a cinematic, progressive rock sound.
Tap into your inner artist with fine craft beer, great food, and creative company. Create your very own polymer clay photo/business card/postcard/note holder for your desk with the guidance and support of artist Carrie Turner. This outreach event is for all adults 21 and up with any/no art experience and free of charge! Art on Tap is sponsored and supported by the Zanesville Museum of Art, Ohio Arts Council, and Weasel Boy Brewing.
Calling all comedians, musicians, poets, writers, and performers of any kind to join us every third Thursday for our monthly open mic, hosted by Nathan Zangmeister of The Wayfarers and Two by Two. Stop in for a night of great local music, made from scratch pizza and craft beer.
Bliss Hippy is a folk/americana duo, Richard and and Maureen Hall, from Rolla, MO, a small Ozark town. They are two-time winners in the prestigious Great American Song Contest. Their music ranges from inspirational ("There is Love") to spiritual (“Sri Ram Jai Ram”) to irreverent ("Drinking with Jesus"). Richard describes their music, "It's sort of like Joan Baez and the Austin Lounge Lizards had a baby with Ram Dass’ blessing." The duo has released four albums and has toured nationally playing shows in 12 states from California to Maine.
Keith Lykins is a composer, performer, recording artist, writer and inventor, located in the American Midwest. He encompasses aspects of music from the lurid, intoxicating deltas of the American deep south, to the sultry driving beats found in the all-night coffee houses of Madrid.
The Lovers formed in early 2015 by prolific singer/songwriter Marjorie Bledsoe. Bass player Jon Lattier of The Almighty Get Down, percussionist Kristin Agee of Us, Today, and the most recent addition of Mike Bustamante on lead guitar make up the band. Their debut album, which was recorded in Nashville, TN by producer Dan Agee, will be released in March 2017.
Music has always been a part of Jeff Grable's life and he has been a working musician since he was a teenager, performing with several popular bands over much of the U.S. Since 2009 Grable has focused his talents on being a solo acoustic artist. He has four independently released solo albums to his credit and his latest album, "Old Familiar Place", is available now. As a performer Grable has been influenced by a broad spectrum of rock, blues and early country, giving his music a flavor all it's own.
Having been called a “wonderful composer” and “sophisticated player” as well as “one of the most unique guitar voices to emerge over the last decade”, Brandon Coleman is the Midwest’s foremost jazz guitarist. Stop by for smooth jazz and local craft beer!