Michael Cleveland is simply one of the best fiddlers in the world. Cleveland will be a part of a big
three-day lineup (Friday-Sunday) at the Whispering Beard Folk Festival
in Friendship, Ind., which also includes The Fairfield Four.
Acclaimed actor Paul Giamatti has been cast in the upcoming N.W.A. biopic, though not as Ice Cube, Public Enemy demurely shills a new pair of shades and Gene Simmons of KISS calls depressed suicidal people putzes who should just kill themselves, then clarifies he just meant the drug-addicted ones.
Cedric Burnside learned how to play the Blues at the side of his legendary grandfather, R.L. Burnside. Since then, Cedric has gone on to win
four Blues Music Awards for Best Instrumentalist: Drummer, including
this year. His current band is the Cedric Burnside Project, featuring
guitarist Trent Ayers. The duo’s latest album is Hear Me When I Say.
ElectroAcoustic project umin celebrates a new full-length release, clast, Bummers Eve announce forthcoming recording projects, UnityFest 2014 helps the homeless and Alexandria's Festival on the Lake showcases local music.
There can’t be too many people in Rock’s
vast audience who are scratching their heads and wondering why Nashville
Pussy isn’t a household name. For those who may be baffled by Nashville
Pussy’s lack of hot-and-cold-running-champagne success, allow me to
paraphrase James Carville: It’s the Pussy, stupid.
Like many good singer/songwriters,
Timothy Showalter harnesses his personal dramas and setbacks into potent
songs about growing up in Goshen, Ind., and wrestling his demons. On his fourth record, HEAL,
the now Philly-based Showalter, aka Strand of Oaks, sheds some of the
minimal Folk Rock from his previous endeavors and delves into a world of
warm, synth-driven beats and guitar Rock.
Canadian-born Aubrey Drake Graham, better
known as simply Drake, has proven to be a talented triple threat — a
dramatic and comedic actor, a rapper with R&B authenticity and a
songwriter for himself and others.
An obsessive Brazilian business man has more records than you (waaaay more), EDM fest makes ticket buyers watch PSA about drug dangers and an organization wants all music videos labeled for age appropriateness.
Northern Kentucky-based Hip Hop artists celebrates the release of his new EP, Act Accordingly, Saturday during the Beats by Self-Diploma concert on Fountain Square, the MidPoint Music Festival announces its full schedule and the free It's Commonly Jazz series kicks off with William Menefield this Thursday.