Ray's Music Exchange Reunion

July 9 • Play By Play

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Ray’s Music Exchange was one of the best Cincinnati-based bands of the ’90s and early ’00s, building a strong following in the Jam Band scene and blending together more styles than a schizo fashion designer. Other projects and relocations caused the band’s lineup to switch a few times in its career, but RME remained remarkably consistent (and popular) through it all until its dissolution in 2004.

The band members have since played with popular touring bands like the Jazz Mandolin Project, Frances and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey as well as local faves like Super Massive and Aja.

But Friday night at Play By Play in Silverton Ray’s Music Exchange reunites for a show with its popular ’90s lineup (including keyboardist Paul Hogan, who split to New York City in 2000), as well as members from other RME eras. The group plays two full sets Friday, starting at 9 p.m.

(Buy tickets and get show and venue details here.)

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