Cincinnati rockers Mad Anthony celebrate their first release since last summer's near-fatal van accident, Sank for Days. Plus, the Thompson House in Newport offers live music before and after the Labor Day fireworks show on the river and prices for three-day passes to the MidPoint Music Festival increase Tuesday.
Cincinnati Garage Soul/Roots group The Perfect Children capture the essence of their electrifying live shows on Get Me Mine and the Crown Jewels of Jazz Festival returns, this year centralized in Washington Park.
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.
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.
It’s Christmas in August this weekend for local Blues
fans. The big event is the 22nd annual Cincy Blues Fest, presented
Friday and Saturday at the riverfront’s Sawyer Point by the Cincy Blues
This Friday, superb Cincinnati rockers The KillTones host an album release party in honor of their new nine-track effort, Raw. Animals. Dance.
The band will be joined by locals Lemon Sky and Philly-based Soraia for
the free, 9 p.m. event at Over-the-Rhine club The Drinkery
Cincinnati Pop rockers Mixtapes have been
playing numerous dates on this year’s Warped Tour, including the local
stop at Riverbend Music Center (riverbend.org)
on Wednesday. The band’s hometown fans should probably make plans to
attend the all-day show, as it will be one of the last chances to catch
the group locally for some time.
Gifted local Bluegrass singer/mandolin player Missy Werner’s latest album, Turn This Heart Around,
was released July 1 through iTunes, Amazon and most other online
stores. The album — which has already been garnering airplay and
positive reviews nationally — gets the hometown release party treatment
this Saturday at the Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center (620 Greenup
St., Covington, 859-431-0020).
Country crew Pure Grain, which hails from nearby Bright, Ind., will be celebrating the release of its brand new album, Indiana Sun,
when it performs as part of the free, weekly “American Roots” concert
series this coming Tuesday on Fountain Square.
The Northside Music Festival, presented
by Cincinnati design/branding/promotional company We Have Become
Vikings, returns this week for its seventh annual event. For the first
time, the fest will extend to two days, offering free, (mostly) local
music on three stages at the Northside Tavern (northside-tavern.com)
Friday and Saturday nights.