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Saturday, April 7th, 2018

Big Song Music House Presents!

Big Song Music House Presents! Rob Fetters - 8pm doors open at 7

Oxford Ohio 45056
Price: $20 donation

Rob Fetters is throwing everything into a one man career-spanning retrospective show, performing material written for The Raisins, The Bears, psychodots, his solo albums, and debuting a new tune or three.

Rob's latest solo recording Saint Ain't  was Recorded in Los Angeles, Cincinnati and at Adrian Belew's studio in Nashville. With appearances from Matt Malley (Counting Crows), Belinda Lipscomb (Midnight Star), Clyde Brown (The Drifters, Ben E. King), Gerald Brown (Shalamar, Jody Watley), Krystal Peterson (Victor Wooten), L.A. sensation Bee Haskins, and members of The Bears / The Raisins / psychodots. Mastered by Richard Dodd.
Check out Rob Fetters live on Excursions 91.3fm WYSO HERE

Please let us know you are coming and we'll save you a seat!

Saturday, May 19th, 2018

Big Song Music House Presents!

Sally Fingerett - Mental Yentl, Songs and stories from a lifelong student of crazy. - 8pm doors open at 7

Oxford Ohio 513-403-3658
Price: $20 donation

Sally Fingerett
Sally Fingerett is a contemporary, award-winning songwriter and performer and a founding member of the musical comedy group, The Four Bitchin’ Babes. She has released 14 CDs, written music for the theatre, television and film, and contributed songs to 15 various compilation recordings. She taken her talents to more than 800 stages around the country.

As a 1990 Kerrville New Folk Award Winner for songwriting, Sally’s composition “Home Is Where the Heart Is” has been recorded by folk legends, Peter, Paul, and Mary for their 1995 LifeLines CD/PBS special, and published in “Contemporary Cabaret,” a songbook that includes Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Weber. She has appeared in Putamayo’s Songwriter Festival at NY’s Carnegie Hall, and was a featured musical guest on Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know, NPR’s Mountain Stage, and CBS Sunday Morning. Singing for radio and TV, Sally has been the voice for Butterfinger, Hallmark, Sears, and as an actress, she’s performed with the National Touring Company of the Vagina Monologues.

As a founding member of the musical theatre company THE FOUR BITCHIN’ BABES, Sally appears on their nine cast recordings, full length concert DVD, and tours the US with four different musical revues. “Hormonal Imbalance,” “Diva Nation,” “Mid Life Vices,” and their latest holiday show “Jingle Babes.” 

Recording as a solo singer/songwriter, Sally has released 5 CDs, Enclosed (1982), Unraveled (1990), Ghost Town Girl (1993), My Good Company (1998), and A Woman’s Gotta Do Her Thing (2004). Besides the stellar Nashville musicians, these projects include duets Sally performed with good friends Janis Ian (Little Girl Please Wait) and Jonathan Edwards (Ten Pound Bass), as well as the song co-written with folk-hero Tom Paxton (Private Plenty).

After producing her original comedy show "The Mental Yentl Radio Hour", for XM/Sirius’, Sally released her 34 song 'best of" anthology-double disc CD The Mental Yentl, Songs from a Lifelong Student of Crazy, along with The Mental Yentl, Stories from a Lifelong Student of Crazy, humorous collection of stories and personal narratives. Her comedy prose can also be found in Random House’s Life’s a Stitch (with Molly Ivins, Erma Bombeck and Gloria Steinem)

Sally and husband Michael live in Columbus, Ohio, 


“Most impressive - a thoughtful, tuneful collection of keenly observed narratives.” THE WASHINTON POST

“Thank you dear heart, your songs are beautiful. As for (the song) The Redman, I have received many awards in my life time, but I cannot remember anything that has ever touched my emotions with such heartfelt warmth.” RED SKELTON

“A wrenchingly vivid knack for contemporary ballads.” THE BOSTON GLOBE

“One of the best lyricists on the singer/songwriter circuit” THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE

Saturday, May 19th @ 8pm

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

Oxford Wine & Craft Beer Festival

Lisa Biales & the Belle of the Blues Band - 8:30-10pm

Corner of High & Main Streets
Oxford Ohio 45056
Price: yes

The 11th annual Oxford Wine and Craft Beer Festival starts at 2pm with a variety of music, artists, food, and craft beers.  Music Schedule: 

2-3:30pm Sirenz featuring Vicky Shuller, Rene' Mckinstry, Deb Richardson 

3:45- 5pm Swingfoot featuring David Burk on harmonica 

5:15-6:30pm Jimmy Rogers & Perfect Storm - Soul, Pop, Rhythm & Blues

6:45- 8:15  WingWalkers featuring Doug Hamilton, Noah Cope, Michael Kalter 

8:30-10pm  Lisa Biales & The Belle of the Blues Orchestra featuring Bill Littleford, Dave Mackey, Noah Cope

Thursday, June 28th, 2018

Oxford Summer Music Festival

Lisa Biales & the Belle of the Blues Band - 7-9:30pm

Corner of High and Main Streets
Oxford Ohio 45056
513-523-8687 or
Price: Free

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and Enjoy Oxford's wildly popular summer music festival. Stop by a local eatery or take out a sweet treat in one of our wonderful restaurants. Looking forward to seeing you this summer.

Thursday, July 26th, 2018

Groovin' On The Green Concert Series

Lisa Biales Solo - 6:30-6:50pm

301 Wessel Drive
Fairfield Ohio 45014
Price: Free

Lisa Biales in a rare solo acoustic show in her hometown of Fairfield, Ohio. She opens the show for Linus Tate and will be a special guest with the band during their show from 7-8:30pm.

Sunday, October 14th, 2018

OAPN Conference @ Schuster Center Wintergarden

Ohio Arts Professionals Network Conference - October 14, 15, 16

1 W 2nd Street
Dayton Ohio 45402

Founded in 1960, OAPN is a professional association that provides a forum for developing business relationships, partnerships, and cooperative ventures among organizations that present arts and entertainment programming as well as performers, arts service organizations, and artist management agencies doing business in Ohio and nearby states.

Lisa is 2018 conference co-chair for OAPN with Tammy Walkup and Gary Minyard. Lisa is an Ohio Arts Council fee supported artist. She is Artistic Director of the Big Song Music House concert series, and Music Coordinator for The Oxford Wine & Craft Beer Festival.

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