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We had such an amazing time at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Fest, thank you so much to Tim, Brian, Dan, Emily, Darcey, and all at Stuart’s Opera House, as well as our buddy Dave Eubanks for doing sound! Check out Scott Winland’s Photo Gallery (including this shot above) here:


Join the Come On Come Ons as they kickoff the festivities for the Nelsonville Music Fest! We play at 4:45pm on Thursday, June 1, 2017, on the Porch Stage. See you there!

“Breeze” Studio Recording

The Come On Come Ons recently recorded their original song “Breeze” at Peachfork Studios in Pomeroy, Ohio, under the production of the amazing Bernie Nau. Stream the song below, best with headphones: Bernie will be hosting a night of local music in May of 2017, learn all about it, plus enjoy several other sound clips here.


Dull your misery on TAX DAY, Saturday, April 15th, 2017,  at the Casa with a free show by the Come On Come Ons, at 6:30pm.

COCO at Tony’s!

The Come On Come Ons will be playing the world famous Tony’s Tavern on Friday, February 10, from 6-9, no charge. “I’ve never performed at Tony’s… music that is.” – Singer KC Waltz

Community Illumination!

Come out and join us at our annual mental health advocacy event, “Community Illumination” 2017! This event is free to the public and donations will be accepted at the door. See member artwork, hear member poetry, and listen to the amazing sounds of our house band, The Gatherers, and special guests, “Come On, Come Ons“! […]

Holiday Show at Casa!

Season’s Greetings Folks, I hope your holiday season is unfolding in warm and joyous ways. And I’ve got just the treat to make it merrier! I want to let you know that our band The Come On, Come Ons will be performing a free early two-set show at the Casa Nueva Cantina this Saturday night, […]

Return to Casa!

The Come On Come On’s return to their favorite haunt, come join us for a special free early show!

KC In the local press!

Survivor Advocacy Program case manager returns to alma mater Megan Henry When Kristin Waltz attended Ohio University in the late ’80s, the pavement on Morton Hill was uneven, Baker University Center had not been built and the Survivor Advocacy Program did not exist. Fast-forward 26 years after she graduated, Waltz is now the SAP survivor […]