Black Swamp Arts Festival Local Music Stage - Howard's Club H, 09/10/00
Festival, Black Swamp Arts. “Black Swamp Arts Festival Local Music Stage - Howard's Club H, 09/10/00.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 18 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/37197. Accessed 30 Nov. 2021.
|Title||Black Swamp Arts Festival Local Music Stage - Howard's Club H, 09/10/00|
|Ohio -- Rock Music -- Bowling Green -- 1991-2000,|
|Description||Flier for the Black Swamp Arts Festival Local Music Stage at Howard's Club H in Bowling Green, Ohio on September 10th, 2000.|
|Creator||Black Swamp Arts Festival|
|Source||Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Publisher||Black Swamp Arts Festival|
|Three Quarter Tank|
|Coverage||Howard's Club H|
|Abstract||Digitally distributed flier for the Black Swamp Arts Festival Local Music Stage at Howard's Club H in Bowling Green, Ohio on September 10th, 2000 featuring Aloha, Stylex, The Orgones, Lovesick, $10 Typewriter, Treysuno, Whitey, DJ Dub, The Unexpected, and Three Quarter Tank.|
The Black Swamp Arts Festival began in Bowling Green, Ohio in 1993, and by 1998 had expanded to include bands from the local scene.
Aloha - Bowling Green, Ohio (2000s). Members: Matt Gengler, Tony Cavallario.
The Orgones Bowling Green, Ohio (1999-2002).
Members: Damion Hentschel, guitar, vocals; Ron Werdebaugh, guitar, vocals; Rich Weaver (until 2001), bass; Phil Dickinson, drums. Albums: Into the Vegetative Realm (CDR 2000); Dodge Pond (CDR 2001)
Howards Club H - Howard's Club H was established by Fred H. Howard in 1928 in the 200 block of North Main Street in Bowling Green, Ohio, as Howard's Confectionary Store and acquired a liquor license after prohibition was lifted. Howard sold the business in 1938 and became the mayor of Tarpon Springs, Florida. Howard's Club H moved across the street in 1973, for the construction of the Wood County District Public Library, where it is currently operating.
|Is Part Of||Northwest Ohio Independent Culture Archive (NOICA)|
|Spatial Coverage||Bowling Green, Ohio|