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Counting Skeletons

Counting Skeletons

Sep 8th 2018 @ The Greene Town Center

Beavercreek, OH
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About Counting Skeletons
Genres:
Rock, Pop Rock, 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s
Band Members:
Bone Head (Nicholas Strike), Bon E. Phish (Big 'E'), Phred "Big Bones" McAllister (Rich Palmer), Big Bones Bernard [B3] (Jason Epstein), Dead Ear (Keith Weaver THE sound guy, of course), Dr. Bones (Steve Adkins), Ol' Bright Eyes - the Light Guy
Hometown:
Dayton, OH

Based in Cincinnati and Dayton, Counting Skeletons is a group of local veteran musicians who entertain like your favorite Pandora station! We play upbeat, danceable Rock ...
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Saturday, September 8th, 2018
6:00 PM
The Greene Town Center
4452 Buckeye Ln, Beavercreek, OH 45440
Counting Skeletons is pleased to once again be on stage at the Greene. Join us for a fun outdoor show at Beavercreek's fantastic shopping and gathering space. Bring your lawn chairs!
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About Counting Skeletons
Genres:
Rock, Pop Rock, 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s
Band Members:
Bone Head (Nicholas Strike), Bon E. Phish (Big 'E'), Phred "Big Bones" McAllister (Rich Palmer), Big Bones Bernard [B3] (Jason Epstein), Dead Ear (Keith Weaver THE sound guy, of course), Dr. Bones (Steve Adkins), Ol' Bright Eyes - the Light Guy
Hometown:
Dayton, OH

Based in Cincinnati and Dayton, Counting Skeletons is a group of local veteran musicians who entertain like your favorite Pandora station! We play upbeat, danceable Rock ...
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Fan Live Reviews
Rich
Vandalia, OH@
Oscar's Bar
November 16th 2015
Of course, I'm biased. I was there to perform. The room was great. The crowd was lively. Oscars was a great host location.
Rich
Loveland, OH@
Traci's Sports Lounge
November 7th 2015
We had a great time!
Rich
Kettering, OH@
Katz Lounge
September 17th 2015
Smaller crowd this night, but a lot of fun. Had a backup sound guy; missed some of the finesse normally found at a Counting Skeketons show.