The Blue Leaf’s, a rising star of the Dayton music scene, is a 4-piece rock band reviving the sounds of the 60s, 70s, and 80s for modern audiences. The Blue Leaf’s brand of ‘Throwback Rock n Roll’ has been described as a marriage of artists like Queen, Billy Joel, and the Beatles into an unforgettable showcase of the classic rock sound.

The Blue Leaf’s are proud of their ability to capture magic in their music. Praised by fans for their ability to pull off difficult harmonies in songs like “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “New Kid in Town”, and “Band on the Run”, The Blue Leaf’s feature their vocals above all else. These harmonies have been perfected over years of rehearsing and professional training. While vocals take the forefront, instrumental proficiency follows close behind, with songs like “Great Balls of Fire”, “Wipeout!”, and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” prominently featuring displays of instrumental mastery likely to entertain anyone.

The band began in 2015 as a Beatles and Beach Boys tribute band. By 2016, the band changed their name to The Blue Leaf’s to perform music from many different artists of the classic rock era. The band also began to write their own original music, incorporating sounds of the past into their new original albums.

Three of the band members participated in band and choir together while in high school, pushing the others to learn and do better. Now their passion for music is growing stronger with each live show. With over 100 shows to date, The Blue Leaf’s are constantly improving and expanding the ability of their live shows to a large variety of audiences and generations.

The band has released three original albums and are planning to produce a fourth original album in 2023. Their songs revive the joy and creativity of the 60s, the songwriting prowess and soul of the 70s, and the instrumental experimentation and rock edge of the 80s to create a nostalgic and energetic experience for the rock music scene.

 Rite of Passage EP (2021)

Shades of The Blue Leaf's (2017)

I Just Met Her (2016)