Bona Fide Blues-Rockers Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle Head to Oasis

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Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 6:54 AM

“My first time seeing you … definitely won’t be my last!”

“Smashing! Now I know what all the fuss is about.”

That’s the kind of stuff you’ll come across if you take a quick look at Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle’s social media feeds. And the things people are saying really say something about the band, which has a well-earned place as the Erie region’s quintessential blues-rock act, garnering numerous local and regional music awards and other accolades, along with an ever-growing, avid fan base.

If you’ve seen them, you, too, probably know what all the fuss is about – they’re bona fide blues: rare to find, easy to get down with, and, once you have, hard to shake.

Good thing for us – and for anyone who’s not yet taken a ride – Yarosz and the Vehicle keep their schedule good and full, making one of their next stops at Oasis Pub on Friday, May 29.

Yarosz and the three other well-known local musicians who make up the Vehicle (Eric Brewer, Jassen Wilber, and Norbbie Gavin) know what they’re driving at – real, good blues – and can always be trusted to take an audience on one helluva ride. — Ryan Smith

9:30 p.m. Friday, May 29 // 3122 West Lake Road // oasispub.net

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