Saturday, April 25, 2015 Doors open at 7:00 pm, music starts at 8:00 pm sharp. THIS IS AN ALL AGES SHOW! Advance tickets are available from any of the bands for $5.00. Tickets will also be available at the door for $7.00. Gilly's is located at 132 S. Jefferson St. in Dayton. Free parking is available in the Dayton Convention Center parking garage at the corner of Fifth & Jefferson. Park under cover, and take the elevator from the garage down to the lobby directly in front of Gilly's. High 5 Riot Dayton, Ohio Few bands start out with the combination of talent, experience, and drive found in High 5 Riot. H5R's sold out release show for the band's debut CD, "Crowd Control," in October left the Dayton music scene wanting more. Now it's time to riot again! Red Stone Souls Detroit, Michigan Red Stone Souls offers a mix of blues with psychedelic and vintage rock 'n' roll created to break away from the new generation of rock. Red Stone Souls is known for dirty guitar riffs, rumbling vocals, and a commitment to defy Top 40 conventions. The Kelly Crank Band Camden, Ohio Kelly's modern country sound has enabled her to open for artists as diverse as David Allan Coe and Bret Michaels. Kelly and her band have performed at such events as the Preble County Fair and the Ohio State Fair, and were ranked number one at Cincymusic.com five weeks in a row. You vs Yesterday Piqua, Ohio You vs Yesterday is an up-and-coming pop rock group. -- April 25, 2015 -- 8:00 pm, doors open at 7:00 pm -- Gilly's 132 S. Jefferson St., Dayton -- ALL AGES WELCOME -- Tickets $5.00 in advance, $7.00 at the door -- Free parkingSave
"Howling the white lightening gospel of rock and blues, the Red Stone Souls devoured the faithful at the Token Lounge in Westland, Michigan." "The highlight of the night was Red Stone Souls. Their 2013 release, Slow Haze Sessions, is making fans everywhere of their blues-rock elixir. However, their live performance leaves their recorded material in the dust. They pounded out tune after tune laced with blood, sweat, and hard as nails rock. The gritty blues tinged rock was excellent at high volume. The crowd soaked up all the brilliant energy the Red Stone Souls generated and gave it back with enthusiastic chants of “Red Stone Souls.”
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Q: Are you planning to be in the Flint, Michigan area anytime?
A: We are at the MACHINE bout 6 times a year.
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