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The Silos/The Original Harmony Creek Dippers

0 Comments · Thursday, April 12, 2001
Wow. That's about the best way to describe the bill of The Silos/The Original Harmony Creek Dippers, the best bargain for your buck this week (if not year). The Silos formed in New York City back  

Paul Cebar & The Milwaukeeans

0 Comments · Thursday, April 5, 2001
While we're not sure what the Milwaukee sound might be, but the city's Paul Cebar & The Milwaukeeans would probably have a little bit of it in their own sound by default. While essentially a tig  

Peter Keane

0 Comments · Thursday, March 29, 2001
Former local Peter Keane (pronounced "Cane") will return to his hometown for a show this week. The rootsy singer/songwriter left Cincinnati several years ago for the east coast, and, in 1994, he  

The Rosenbergs

0 Comments · Thursday, March 22, 2001
While downloading a Metallica song on Napster will make that band hate you to your very core, The Rosenbergs are more than happy to let you hear their music for free. The current tour by the New Y  

Maggi, Pierce & EJ

0 Comments · Thursday, March 15, 2001
Even though he only released one album in his lifetime, there's no doubt a Jeff Buckley tribute album is out there somewhere (if not just in the works). You know the type -- b-level AltRock acts   


0 Comments · Thursday, March 8, 2001
Pilfers formed in 1997 when singer Coolie Ranx decided to leave Third Wave pioneers The Toasters to start his own project. It was a good move -- Pilfers is one of the best Ska bands on the scene.   

Go Robot Go

0 Comments · Thursday, March 1, 2001
Columbus' Go Robot Go have made such frequent stops in Cincinnati that it only makes sense that they host a Queen City-based CD release party for their new album, Wait 3 Days ... Then Attack! The  

Martin Carthy

0 Comments · Thursday, February 22, 2001
Though perhaps not a "household" name in America, Martin Carthy is undoubtedly one of the most influential contemporary Folk artists of the last 40 years. Carthy emerged in the early '60s Briti  


0 Comments · Thursday, February 15, 2001
While I'm not sure the logic of naming your band something so difficult to spell (let alone pronounce), Schfvilkus (derived from the Yiddish word meaning restlessness) is an extremely creative an  

Rene Marie

0 Comments · Thursday, February 8, 2001
With the physical elegance of Nancy Wilson, the vocal ballsiness of Dinah Washington and the sheer musicality of Ella Fitzgerald, Virginia-based singer Rene Marie quietly crept up on us last year  

Soul Shakedown Party

0 Comments · Thursday, February 1, 2001
This weekend brings the first "Soul Shakedown Party," presented by the folks at Camp Buzz and Admrial Walker and featuring four regional Soul/Reggae/Rock groups at the Mad Frog. On Friday night  

Ralph Stanley

0 Comments · Thursday, January 25, 2001
With his high lonesome tenor and phenomenal banjo picking, 73-year-old Ralph Stanley is one of the giants of Bluegrass. Born in the Clinch Mountains of Stratton, Virginia, Ralph and his brother Ca  

Reverend Right Time & the First Cuzins of Funk

0 Comments · Thursday, January 18, 2001
Headliner Freekbass, who knows a thing or two about flashy, over-the-top Funk shows, offers high praise for Michigan's Reverend Right Time & the First Cuzins of Funk. And besides an ever-growing   

Ryan Pelton

0 Comments · Thursday, January 11, 2001
Elvis' drummer D.J. Fontana and Jordanaires bass signer Ray Walker host a birthday tribute to The King, who would have turned 66 years old this month. The show features impersonators Shawn Klush,  

Naked & Shameless

0 Comments · Thursday, January 4, 2001
Playing an off-beat brand of "Acoustic Punk," the Chicago-based duo Naked & Shameless (named after members Buck Naked and Dave Shameless) mix kitsch and humor into their over-the-top sound. N&S