Phil Keaggy has not only had a successful music career for over 40 years, but also, has become a highly regarded music producer/engineer, studio musician and guest artist. He is as much a visually captivating artist live as the sounds he brings to life. From the multiple continuous loops to the angelic melodies, tapping beats, riffs, and anything but ordinary solo runs, Keaggy surely creates a sound for all the right senses which will leave you nothing less than fascinated. Keaggy has bloomed into one of the top fingerstyle guitarists, and from the once very young and gifted guitarist many recall from Glass Harp, continues to share his testimony and gospel through his music’s voice and instrumentation. He will be sharing his God given gift to his hometown of Youngstown at the Ford Family Recital Hall (Venue of DeYor Performing Arts Center) on Saturday, April 5th at 8:00pm and Sunday, April 6th at 2:30pm. Tickets for the event can be reserved through DeYor, or by calling 330-744-4269. The following Youtube videos will give your eyes and ears a taste of what is expected: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wpn6LVxX0s, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q647jGWWeM
DBAY, Ohio One Corporation and Tom James Clothing present a men’s clothing and lifestyle event for area business professionals. John Lisko of Tom James Clothing has a meticulous eye for detail that is sure to suit your classic or contemporary sense of style with distinctive custom-made clothing. Specially ordered suits, sport coats, slacks, sport and dress shirts, knits and accessories will be available at notably discounted prices. Partnering downtown vendors will also be present with products and services available throughout the day. Vendors include One Hot Cookie, Christopher’s Downtown, Joe Maxx Coffee Company and Jerry Lee’s Jewelers. The Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley will also be present to accept lightly worn professional attire to be distributed to job seeking individuals in need.
Brian Fry, of Valley Vino Club, has announced Christopher’s Downtown to host the new event series “Vino In The City”. Pleasure your palate and vicariously travel the tastes of the vineyards through each sip as a fine wine aficionado. Savor the harmoniously crafted aromatics of Chardonnay, Red Blend, Pinot Noir, Cabernet, and Sauvignon Blanc. The tasting will begin at 5:00 P.M. on the evening of Friday March 7th. Please visit My Valley Vino or call Christopher’s Downtown at (330) 744-9580 for more information and reservation details.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED
The Paul J. and Marguerite K. Thomas Colloquium on Free Enterprise presents Blake Mycoskie, the founder of Toms Shoes. Toms is in the business of changing lives with distinct approaches to shoes and eyewear. Their “One for One” philosophy (for every product purchased, Toms will help someone in need) has driven their mission from day 1. Their theory of business has become a positive movement that has affected the vitality of life, evolved the idea of giving, and motivated other businesses with varied product offerings to adopt their ideals. Mr. Mycoskie will lecture at Stambaugh Auditorium, located in Downtown Youngstown, on the evening of Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. with doors opening at 6:15 p.m. There is no cost associated with the event and there will be limited seating available. Tickets are necessary.
1000 Fifth Avenue
Younstown, Ohio 44504-1603
For more information on the event, tickets, and directions please call 330-941-3497, or visit the Stambaugh Auditorium website.
For more information about Toms Shoes and Blake Mycoskie, please visit the Toms website.
At a press conference this morning at V2 Downtown Youngstown DBAY officially laid out its goals and objectives. The website dbayoungstown.org is now live and businesses and individuals are encouraged to visit. Membership application is available online.