altafiber Rock/Pop Series
Hannah Wicklund has been traveling fast and far, performing in big cities and small towns her whole life. With her new album, Produced by Sam Kiszka, due out this Fall, she is now arriving somewhere completely unexpected. Ethereal texturing, smokey falsetto vocals, string section surprises and guitar solos that carry equal parts pain and joy are woven tastefully into what Wicklund says is , “A record that just sounds like ME”. Much like Hannah’s paintings she has become known for, each song is intricately entrancing and honored with two things seemingly lost in today’s world….patience and time. With Sam Kiszka on bass/keys/organ and Danny Wagner on drums (both of Greta Van Fleet), the songs serve as a rock ’n’ roll roadmap to a crossroads that Wicklund has been unknowingly gravitating towards for over a decade. X marks the spot where the weary girl, speeding towards the woman she will become, meet in a fiery head-on collision. On this album, we hear from the woman rising from that wreckage. The woman who’s scarred but smarter, holds compassion for the girl who carried her here, and with wide-open eyes, unflinchingly stares down the future.
Pete Price is a veteran singer and songwriter who released a thought-provoking first solo album; “Department of the Interior” in 2022. The album combines Americana, rock, and blues genres. His album was recently named by The Dayton Daily News as one of the top releases from the Dayton, Ohio music scene for 2022, and has been nominated by IndieShark Magazine for Album of the Year. Price’s career spans multiple decades, having appeared on the same bills with The Guess Who, Gladys Knight and The Pips, Kansas, Martina Mc Bride, Foghat, Mick Fleetwood and many other national acts.
All concerts in the 2023 Eichelberger Concert Season at the Levitt Pavilion Dayton are free and open to the public, no ticket or RSVP necessary.
All concerts begin at 7PM.
You can bring in lawn chairs or blankets as well as outside food and beverage – including alcohol (just no glass). You can also rent lawn chairs for a $5 donation on site and there are food and beverage vendors on site as well.
Levitt Dayton is a non-profit organization that fosters a sense of community by providing free outdoor concerts in the heart of downtown Dayton. The organization firmly believes that music can bridge cultural divides and bring people together, and their concerts are a testament to this belief. Levitt Dayton offers a unique and enriching experience that is accessible to all. Through their efforts, Levitt Dayton has succeeded in creating a vibrant and inclusive cultural scene in downtown Dayton.