The Young Novelists CANCELLED due to illness.

The Young Novelists had to cancel due to Graydon being in the ER in Toronto and unable to make the trip. We will try to reschedule.

Daniel Dye and the Miller Road Band will fill in for them.

Daniel Dye was born and raised in rural Ohio, although the last decade has found him working and traveling throughout Europe and  Asia.  He writes music, and is sometimes accompanied by the Miller Road Band – a combination of cello, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, harmonica, accordion, and guitar.  The MRB  also happens to be his nephews and niece, and the Miller siblings, who are trained in classical music, bring a “rich sound” to Dye’s “powerful short stories through simply beautiful lyrics” (WYSO 91.3).

These days he runs all over central Ohio like a hunted man, teaching classes to immigrants, helping the dispossessed (including his wife and babies), and just generally trying to make a living.  In the shreds of spare time he can pull together, he writes, plays, and sings.  His songs are original, even if the tough times he sings about are not.

Please come out and support the series and we look forward to seeing you! We apologize for any inconvinience this may cause for you, but it will be a great show!

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$15 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM.

BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

Johnny & June meets Simon & Garfunkel – Toronto based Americana husband and wife duo The Young Novelists have had an amazing year. Fronted by Graydon James and Laura Spink, they are known for their beautiful harmonies and songs culled from their small-town roots. After the release of their second full-length album made us strangers, they have been touring Canada and the US relentlessly and earning accolades wherever they go. They were recognized as New/Emerging Artist at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, won the Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition at the Connecticut Folk Festival, and Graydon received the Ontario Art Council’s Colleen Peterson Songwriting award for his song “Couldn’t Be Any Worse”.