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Live Wire hosts holiday concert PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 10:36
Diana Chittester performed at the 2013 Black Swamp Arts Festival. She’s part of the lineup for Live Wire’s Acousti-Christmas. (Photo: David Dupont/Sentinel-Tribune)
WBGU-FM will host its first Acousti-Christmas show as part of the Live Wire TV and radio concert series on Dec.5 at the Cla-Zel Theatre in Bowling Green.
This will be a concert featuring acoustic artists from across Ohio, including Bowling Green, Toledo, Dayton and Cleveland. Proceeds from this show will go to the Wood County Public Library for acquiring new music education resources.
Performers include: Diana Chittester, The Pinup Project with Morgen Steigler, Zack Fletcher, Balloon Messenger, Christopher Salyer, The Black Swamp Casket Company and Paige Beller.
"We feel a responsibility to help build up the next generation of musicians, producers and fans" said Ally Tharrett, host of the Afternoon Rush.
"Libraries are a great free community resource and we felt it was a natural tie in with the TV and radio concert series we produce," added Stephen Merrill, faculty advisor to WBGU-FM.
International students offer recital PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 22 November 2013 09:46
Seven Bowling Green State University international students  will present a community concert Saturday at 5 p.m.  at Alliance Church, 1161 Napoleon Road, Bowling Green,
The performers, all in Dr. Andrew Pelletier's Direct Research Class, are from mainland China, Taiwan, and Malaysia. Also performing will be tenor Tao Tong, former vocal instructor of Sichuan Conservatory of Music. Students in the class annually present concerts throughout the area.
The program includes pieces by  Franz Schubert and Richard Strauss, and others.  
The vocalist,  pianists and  violinist, will perform solo and ensemble pieces.
Toledo songwriter Max Machon headlines Hump Day Revue in BG PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:56
Max Machon will be the featured performer at tonight's Hump Day Revue this evening at the Stones Throw Tavern, 176 E. Wooster St. Bowling Green..  
The Toledo songwriter will play an hour long set of his original songs on acoustic guitar starting at 9:30 p.m.  
Opening the evening after a brief introduction by host Tim C, will be the Grand Royale Ukelelists of the Black Swamp at 9 p.m.  
Also slated to perform after Machon's set are are Sarah Cohen, Molly Weinberg, Alex Baird, Victor, and Tumbush.
Area Arts Events: 11-21-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 November 2013 11:06
'American Salvage' on stage at Owens Community College
Owens Community College students, staff and faculty will perform theatrical versions of two stories from Bonnie Jo Campbell's collection "American Salvage" this weekend in the Center for Fine and Performing Arts, 30335 Oregon Road, in Perrysburg Township.
Performances will be today, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Tickets are $6.
On Saturday the Michigan author will join the actors and designers for a post-performance discussion.
This is the first time the book has been dramatized. The cast will perform "King Cole's American Salvage" and "The Inventor, 1972."
Bluesman appreciates support of Bowling Green music scene PDF Print E-mail
Written by DAVID DUPONT Sentinel Arts & Entertainment Editor   
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 10:58
A career playing the blues has taken Eddie Shaw around the world.
That globe trotting has included many stops in Bowling Green.
Shaw, the Chicago-based blues legend, said Bowling Green has been a home away from home for him.
More two decades ago, he said, someone invited to come play here and "they kept inviting back and back and back."
That's included many stops at Howard's Club H, and a Grounds for Thought Show. In September he was the closing act on the Main Stage of the Black Swamp Arts Festival.
"I have a lot of friends in that area," Shaw said in a recent telephone interview.
"If they like blues, they want to hear the best blues music that they can find that's around, that's keeping the tradition alive," Shaw said. "I'm just so pleased to be part of that. They know I'm going to play the real deal, the real blues, so here I am."
Shaw and the Wolf Gang returns for a free show at Grounds for Thought, 174 S. Main St., Saturday at 8 p.m.
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