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Phil Dirt & The Dozers-Stubbs Park
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204 posts
Aug 03, 2014
10:25 PM
Just got back from Stubbs Park in Centerville and a wonderful musical presentation by Phil Dirt & the Dozers. This group takes us back to those carefree days of the early sixties music. For those who are still in Dayton, Stubbs Park in Centerville puts on these free musical performances during the summer at their fantastic outdoors amphitheater. It is such a great family outdoor event. People take their blankets and chairs with their dogs and children for an enjoyable event. I think there were easily several hundred people in the audience tonight. I hope there are others out there who were also there to enjoy a fantastic performance. The conversation on here is often about what used to be, but there are still enjoyable activities that are worth attending. I must admit I still enjoy the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys, The Four Seasons and some of the other groups of that era. If you were at that event this evening, please let me know. And for all of those who are not in this area, check out on the internet the group, “Phil Dirt & the Dozers”, and if they appear in your area, go see them, you won’t regret it……And many thanks to the City of Centerville for sponsoring another event free to the public…...

Last Edited by historybuff on Aug 03, 2014 10:34 PM
Paula fishman
28 posts
Aug 04, 2014
7:02 AM
Although I was born and raised in Dayton my home for the last 35 years is Columbus We are proud of our hometown boys, Phil Dirt & The Dozers. They play often in local venues and even remember them dropping in to my brother-in-laws birthday party at his home. Columbus is not that far of a drive from Dayton. Come up to see the boys and enjoy Columbus!!
205 posts
Aug 05, 2014
4:45 AM
TNX for the info, Paula. They really are a great group. I didn’t know they were from Columbus. I’ll check out their schedule and maybe get up there to see them sometime.
239 posts
Oct 21, 2014
8:18 PM
TNX. I remember going to movies there when they had two full features, a cartoon(three stooges); RKO Pathe News short and all for .25 cents. Of course, you’re probably much too young to remember all that; LOL…...

Last Edited by historybuff on Oct 21, 2014 8:18 PM

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