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Dayton Metro Library Tiny Stacks Series

tinystacksReimagining Music in the Stacks

Dayton Metro Library, Home of Urban Creative Arts, WYSO of Yellow Springs, and the International College of Broadcasting have collaborated to bring the Tiny Stacks Music Series to Library patrons. This initiative, sponsored by Friends of the Dayton Metro Library, aims to connect musicians, books, and patrons in one spot.

Select DML Branches will host the Tiny Stacks Music Series, thus inviting the public to engage in the rich, diverse musical talents of the Dayton area and partake in the vast amount of resources the Library offers.

The musicians and the locations/dates they will be playing include:

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Ric Sexton

Northwest Branch Library
Thursday, August 18, at 6 pm

Ric Sexton is known for his high energy and stage presence as well as his powerful sound. Sexton was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. He received his bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from Norfolk State University. His notable performances have been with NBA basketball teams, MLB baseball teams, and opening for a major recording artist. Sexton has performed in various states including North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Michigan, and many more.

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The Luv Locz Experiment

Trotwood Branch Library,
Thursday, September 15, at 6 pm

The Luv Locz Experiment is a reggae and funk-soul infused band based out of Dayton, Ohio. The band was founded by Romair “Jay-Vez” Hicks and Anthony “Saxtone” Arringtonin in 2016. Since its creation, the founders have added seven additional members to create a unique sound, which brings the perfect energy for any occasion. From original music to their own twist on favorite tunes, listeners will be transported to the islands where you can dance your troubles away. Witness the soul in reggae soul!

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serin oh

Southeast Branch Library,
Tuesday, October 18, at 6 pm

serin oh was born in Suwon, South Korea, and moved to Ohio with her family at the age of six. Growing up in church, she was surrounded by gospel music in her formative years. During her time at Berklee College of Music, she discovered her love for jazz and R&B, whilst also rediscovering her Korean roots through the lens of K-Pop. oh also began her own personal journey of what it means to follow Jesus, which led her to begin storytelling through music. She hopes to uplift and spread the truth, especially to fellow secret outcasts.

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