• Dogwood Festival,  Performances

    On the Taylor & Boody Tracker Organ

    Bradley Hunter Welch| Sunday, May 5, 3pm Venue: Coshocton Presbyterian Church Sanctuary free see what else is going on during Dogwood Festival Bradley Hunter Welch comes to Coshocton to play on the extraordinary Taylor & Boody Tracker Organ. Playing this organ is an athletic endeavor. There are no mechanical devises between the organist’s fingers & feet, keys & pedals, and the valves that open to let the air flow through the pipes. You don’t need to be an organ aficionado to enjoy the rigors of this performance. Mr. Welch promises to play a good helping of Bach and Buxtehude and likely a couple of piece by William Albright (Nocturne and…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Performances

    Father-Daughter duo Christian and Camille Howes

    Christian & Camille Howes. | Friday, May 3, 6-8pm Venue: PARK space, 317 Main Street, Coshocton as part of Dogwood Festival/First Friday Celebration, Genre: jazz violin with opening father-daughter duo, Bobby & Laura Dotson see what else is going on during Dogwood Festival How fitting to this year’s Dogwood Festival theme “NO PLACE LIKE HOME” to hear two father-daughter duos– home grown musicians in the most literal sense. And we’ll present them in an open door, homey way in the center of Coshocton. Walk by, stop, sit down, stay, eat, have a beer if you’re 21 or older. Coshocton SportZone will be grilling. Table reservations accepted with donation. 740.622.0326 download…

  • Performances,  Rent Parties

    Great jazz melody alive and well

    HiFi Rendezvous| Friday, April 5, 7pm Genre: jazz standards Suggested donation $10 Nick Schmitt (guitar vocals), Ken Brode (drums), Caroline Heading (piano), Tim Pence (percussion), John Lindig (bass and alto Sax) Fri, April 5 at 7pm–The Pomerene Center welcomes hometown band Hi-Fi Rendezvous for a musical evening dedicated to keeping great jazz melody alive and well.  The band listens to–among others–Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgersald, Saragh Vaughn, Nat King Cole,Monk, Duke Ellington, Tony Bennett,Stan Getz, Bill Evans, Jobim. A little tidbit about their history with some Coshocton history thrown in: Hi-Fi started as Whitewoman Street Jazz in 2008.  The band switched their name to Hi-Fi Rendezvous when they began playing outside Coshocton…