Music events to know this week

Bob and Rita Marley’s eldest son, eight-time Grammy winner Ziggy, will deliver a special live tribute to his father on Saturday, August 13 at 7:30 p.m. In addition to infusing his brand of reggae with funk, from blues and rock, Ziggy’s career also encompasses activism and humanitarianism, particularly highlighting environmental awareness, empowerment, social injustice and political inequity.

Eight-time Grammy winner Buddy Guy will team up with ten-time Grammy nominee John Robert Hiatt on Sunday, July 31 at 7 p.m. Guy, 83, is hitting the road in support of his latest album, ‘The Blues Is Alive’. and well.” Hiatt, who has released nine acclaimed studio albums, will be joined by The Goners, along with slide guitarist Sonny Landreth.

Tickets for Ziggy Marley go on sale Friday, March 25 at 10 a.m. Cost: $23.50 to $69.

Tickets for Buddy Guy and John Hiatt & The Goners featuring Sonny Landreth go on sale Friday, March 25 at 10 a.m. Cost: $23.50 to $74.

For tickets or more information, visit rosemusiccenter.com.

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Lye Lovett. PHOTO COURTESY OF DAYTON LIVE

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LYLE LOVETT AT THE SCHUSTER

Lyle Lovett and his Large Band will perform at the Schuster Center on Tuesday, July 12 at 7:30 p.m.

The four-time Grammy-winning Texas-based singer/songwriter/actor known for his talent as a storyteller has a career spanning 14 albums. He fuses various elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues into his music.

Tickets are priced from $59 to $119. For tickets or more information, contact Dayton Live at 937-228-3630 or visit daytonlive.org/lyle-lovett.

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THE WERKS GET READY FOR THE WERK OUT FESTIVAL

Dayton-based rock band The Werks, known for creating their own “psychedelic dance rock,” have announced an initial lineup for the Werk Out Festival, slated for July 14-16 at the Legend Valley Concert and Campground in Thornville, Ohio. .

The initial lineup of the Werk Out Festival 2022;

The Werks (four sets)

Umphrey’s McGee (two sets)

Lawrence

Andy Frasco and the UN

Stevie Wonder Dance Party (with members of Turkuaz, The Main Squeeze, TAUK & More)

Thespecial

doom flamingo

To melt

Hannah Wicklund

Couch

Egg

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Aaron Kamm and The One Drops

Dustin Smith and the Dreamers

Chalk Dinosaur (live band)

Friends of the Dead: Grateful Dead Tribute

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General admission festival passes are available for $149. VIP packages for $299, which include backstage camping, VIP Chill Lounge, meet and greet artists and more.

For more information, visit thewerkoutfestival.com. For tickets, visit werkoutpresents.ticketspice.com/wo22.

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Dayton Celtic Fest Scythian favourites, (left to right) Larissa Fedoryka, Danylo Fedoryka, Alexander Fedoryka, Nolan Ladewski and Fritz McGirr. CONTRIBUTED

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WATER TOP HEADS FOR DAYTON CELTIC FEST

The headliners have been announced for the Dayton Celtic Festival, scheduled for July 29-31 at the RiverScape MetroPark.

Festival organizers United Irish of Dayton have booked the following seven bands for this popular summer event.

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Davy Holt

Gaelic storm

Scythian

Socks in the frying pan

sleepy boys

The Fitzgeralds

For more information about the festival, including a list of activities, visit daytoncelticfestival.com.

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Grammy-nominated multi-platinum country artist Lorrie Morgan. CONTRIBUTED

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LORRIE MORGAN IN BELLEFONTAINE

Legendary country artist Lorrie Morgan will perform Thursday, March 24 at Bellefontaine High School Auditorium through the Country Legends Concert Series.

The multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated artist will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Jesse Keith Whitley, son of Lorrie Morgan and Keith Whitley, will perform at 6:00 p.m.

Tickets cost between $35 and $100. For tickets or more information, visit countrylegendscs/shows.com.

Bellefontaine High School is located at 555 E. Lake Ave., Bellefontaine.

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Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers. KIM LANCASTER/CONTRIBUTED

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INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL

Winners Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers are hosting the Industrial Strength Bluegrass Festival Thursday, March 24 through Saturday, March 26 at the Roberts Convention Center, 123 Gano Road, Wilmington. Expect performances from Larry Sparks & the Lonesome Ramblers, Appalachian Road Show, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, Blue Highway and more.

Advance tickets are $100 for three-day reserved seating, $90 for three-day general admission. One-day general admission tickets are $30 on Thursdays and $40 on Fridays and Saturdays. Door tickets are $110 for three-day general admission and $80 for two-day general admission. One-day general admission tickets at the door are $35 on Thursdays and $45 on Fridays and Saturdays.

For tickets or more information, call 800-965-9324 or visit industrialstrengthbluegrass.com

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Hailing from Dayton, Julie James, Program Director at SiriusXM and host of “Broadway Names with Julie James,” showcases her talents for singing and storytelling on “The Julie James Show,” scheduled for March 26 in Hamilton.

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Hailing from Dayton, Julie James, Program Director at SiriusXM and host of “Broadway Names with Julie James,” showcases her talents for singing and storytelling on “The Julie James Show,” scheduled for March 26 in Hamilton.

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THE JULIE JAMES SHOW

Dayton native Julie James, host of “Broadway Names with Julie James” on SiriusXM, offers an evening of songs, theme songs and stories Saturday, March 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts, 101 S. Monument Ave., Hamilton.

Tickets are $29 for members and $37 for non-members. For tickets or more information, call 513-863-8873 or visit fittoncenter.org.

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Nashville-based country actor The Roads Below performs with local opener Jamie Suttle at Brightside in Dayton on Thursday, March 31.

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Nashville-based country actor The Roads Below performs with local opener Jamie Suttle at Brightside in Dayton on Thursday, March 31.

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Nashville-based country actor The Roads Below performs with local opener Jamie Suttle at Brightside in Dayton on Thursday, March 31.

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THE ROUTES BELOW

Nashville-based country act The Roads Below will arrive with local opener Jamie Suttle on Thursday, March 31 at 8 p.m. at The Brightside, 905 E. Third St., Dayton.

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 the day of the show. For tickets or more information call 937-410-0450 or visit www.thebrightsidedayton.com

Don Thrasher contributed to this report.

Corina C. Butler