Reimagining Music in the Stacks
Dayton Metro Library, WYSO of Yellow Springs, and the International College of Broadcasting have collaborated to bring the Tiny Stacks Music Series to Library patrons for its second year!
This initiative, sponsored by Friends of the Dayton Metro Library, aims to connect musicians, books, and patrons in one spot – the library!
Engage in the rich, diverse musical talents of the Dayton area and explore the vast resources the Library offers.
Meet our 2023 Musicians
New Lebanon Branch Library
Thursday, April 20, 6 pm
This Blues/Rock band from Piqua, OH formed in 2019, and opened for George Thorogood in 2022. They have three studio albums, available on all streaming sites, and are currently working on their fourth. Band members include: Jason Forsythe (vocals), Eric Baumann (bass), Braylon Rhoads (drums), and Jason Rhoads (guitar).
Miami Township Branch Library
Thursday, June 22, 6 pm
TINO was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and found his love for rhyming while attending college in Dayton. He has a unique style blending the Golden Era of hip hop with modern elements, bridging the gap between the old and new schools of the genre.
TINO has performed numerous shows, opening for Hip Hop greats such as Talib Kweli, Del The Funky Homosapien, Cappadonna and more. He is also a member of band Sidekick Complex and one half of Hip Hop duo Safe Money. TINO has released a multitude projects and his latest release, “La Pa Bavarde” is an international collaboration with French producer DJ Marrrtin.
Kettering-Moraine Branch Library
Thursday, September 14, 6 pm
Hargett, a Dayton-based native, delivers honest and well-crafted lyrics against a diverse landscape of musical influences, including folk, country, rock, and soul. Her songs connect with a wide audience and are designed to leave a lasting impression. Hargett released her sophomore album, titled Coal Mine Canary, in 2022.
West Branch Library
Thursday, October 26, 6 pm
R&B singer Feyth M. was born and raised in Dayton, OH. In 2018, she released a single in honor of her late sister titled “Hold on Tight.” Her debut EP, The Process, followed in 2019.