Friday will mark Ohio University’s 10th annual Trombone Day – a celebration of community and the cultural impacts of the trombone.
The Fibonacci Fellas make hard-hitting punk rock for the masses and continue to keep the crowd wanting more.
In this episode of What Happens on Court Stays on Court, hosts Tate Raub and Hannah Campbell talk with members of local band Roman Candle.
From music to writing and abstract creations, student artists are using their talent and authenticity to redefine art, express themselves and convey important messages.
Rent Free’s bassist, Michael Wells, is graduating, effectively ending the era of Rent Free for the near future.
The Athens Jazz Festival lasted from March 22 to March 28 this year with performances from various artists from Ohio University, Athens and beyond. The closing event on Tuesday was with the Athens Community Jazz Ensemble, which was directed by Matthew James, a professor of saxophone and jazz studies at OU.
Hosted by Junior Cole Patterson and Senior Jensen Knecht, Night Court is a podcast that explores student life at Ohio University beyond the classroom, with interviews from local personalities and fan-favorites.
Ready Aim Flowers, a uniquely Athens band, looks forward to creating original music with new members. Hoping to spread a message of kindness, the multi-instrumentalist members not only set roots, but continually grow together as a band.
The alternative-indie band made waves back in 2018 with their TikTok viral song, “Prom Queen.”
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
Athens’ own CAAMP performs, attracting locals, students and alumni.
The frontwoman for Japanese Breakfast spoke about her music, her struggles with being an only child and her mother’s apprehensions about her wanting to pursue music.
The music summit will host major artists, such as CAAMP and Michelle Zauner from Japanese Breakfast.
Isaac King, a freshman music production major at Ohio University, is one of the founding members of the student-run band, Lavandula. The band is composed of four members: Isaac King, Landon Elliott, Joey Negrete and Zach Winkleman, who all met within their first few weeks of college.
Aly & AJ were selected to perform at University Program Council’s annual Throwback Thursday Concert.