Rock 'n' roll in 2016 feels like it's reserved exclusively for nostalgia-feeding anniversary tours. Dayton three-piece Good English is poised to change that. This band serves up an original brand that doesn't get too heavy-handed with any one style of rock, and may best be comparable to a punk-inflected Led Zeppelin.

Rock 'n' roll in 2016 feels like it's reserved exclusively for nostalgia-feeding anniversary tours.

Dayton three-piece Good English is poised to change that. This band serves up an original brand that doesn't get too heavy-handed with any one style of rock, and may best be comparable to a punk-inflected Led Zeppelin.

Try and get a sneak peek of its new self-titled album (out in March) this weekend to learn more.