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    • James Ford Rhodes High School trumpeters

    • James Ford Rhodes High School; Schools; Cleveland Public Schools; High Schools; Old Brooklyn; Bands; Trumpets
    • "Blaring a warm welcome to everyone watching The Press 1952 Christmas Parade will be these James Ford Rhodes High School trumpeters. They, their fellow bandsmen and 15 other bands will play the quicking-stepping music that delights all parade...
    • Johnny Pecon Band

    • Accordions; Bands; Musicians; Pecon, Johnny
    • Attention! Make plans -- 1570th Annual Reunion, Sept. 20, 1952, Cleveland, Ohio, Music by J. Pecon's T.V. Band, featuring Lou Trebar. Bring wives -- gals -- stag. Details will follow" -- card verso. Signed: "Bill Leegan, 18914 Ferncliffe,...
    • National Band Contest Finale

    • James Ford Rhodes High School; Schools; Cleveland Public Schools; High Schools; Old Brooklyn; Bands
    • "Drums a-plenty at national band contest finale. Miss Ruth Buehler, a drum major from Mason City, Iowa, struts past a few of the drums that beat the rythm in the stirring massed band concert, played by 75 bands from all sections of the country,...
    • Burton Citizens Band

    • Bands; Marching bands
    • Burton Citizen Bands: May 30, 1901. From the verso the band members were C.L. Brown- drum major. 1st row- L.J. Ford, Frank Carey, Fred Crittenden & Doc Crittenden. 2nd row- W.B. Canfield, Elmer Warner, George Fenn & Shirl Charter. 3rd row- P. W....
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve Show at the Crypt in Akron

    • Bands; The Dead Boys; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; The Crypt; Akron (Ohio); Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Bands; Music; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve show at the Crypt. The show featured King Cobra, who were the management of the Crypt, who shortly changed their name to The Rubber City Rebels after one of their songs. Also performing was Devo, whose...
    • 0DFX at the Big Room in 1982

    • The Big Room; 0DFX; Bands; Music; Musicians; Imij, Jimi; Strange, Tommy; Hurray, Mick; X-Nelson, Mickey; Warner, Brad; Club Hell
    • "Tim K. 9/24/82 0DFX 9/24/82 The Big Room Massillon rd. Akron Misfits, Necros, Idiot Savants"--photo verso. This was the second Club Hell show. An ongoing event held by some of the hardcore punk bands in the Akron scene.
    • Beyond the Crypt volume 1: created and edited by the Ohio Hystairical Musick Society

    • Attic Tragedy; Bad Order; The Bank; The Bettys; The Bizarros; Bursting Brains; Hammer Damage; The Nelsons; Starvation Army; Urban Mutants; V-Nervz; JB's; Imij, Jimi; Bands; Music
    • Volume 1 of the Ohio Hystairical Musick Society's compilation of live recordings from Kent and Akron Bands during the early 1980s. Featuring The Urban Mutants, Hammer Damage, The Bizarros, Bursting Brains, V-Nervz,The Bettys, The Nelsons,...
    • Rear cover for Bowling Balls II

    • Bowling Balls II; Bowling Balls From Hell II; Music; Musicians; Bands; The Waitresses; Unit 5; Tin Huey; Chi Pig; The Bizarros; Hammer Damage; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; Opalenik, Dan; Smith, Debbie; Schmidt, Sue; Roberts, Rich; Mondl, John;...
    • The second of two Akron compilation that Clone Records released, this one from 1981. It featured bands from what are usually considered the second wave of the "Akron Sound". Art Direction for the album was done by Dan Opalenik.
    • Front cover for Bowling Balls II

    • Bowling Balls II; Bowling Balls From Hell II; Music; Musicians; Bands; The Waitresses; Unit 5; Tin Huey; Chi Pig; The Bizarros; Hammer Damage; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; Opalenik, Dan
    • The second of two Akron compilation that Clone Records released, this one from 1981. It featured bands from what are usually considered the second wave of the "Akron Sound". Art Direction for the album was done by Dan Opalenik.
    • Flier of a Benefit show for Johnnie Teagle at the Bank

    • Hammer Damage; Unit 5; The Action; The Hi-Fi's; The Walking Clampetts; Bands; Musicians; Music; The Bank; Nightclubs
    • A flier for a June 6th, 1982 show at The Bank for Walking Clampetts' leader Johnny Teagle who had been injured in a car accident. The show featured several bands and Teagle performed while in a neck brace.
    • Ralph Carney and Harvey Gold

    • Gold, Harvey; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Tin Huey; Lime Spider; Bands; Musicians; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • Ralph Carey and Harvey Gold of Tim Huey at the Lime Spider April 8th, 2005. The Nicked Up Hueys benefit show brought together many Akron Bands for a fundraiser to cover costs of Tin Huey member Mark Price's medical bills.

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