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0 Comments · Thursday, August 3, 2000
Like emerging local group Ray's Music Exchange, the six member, New Orleans-based band Galactic serve their fluid jams up with a hefty dose of jazzy chops, appealing equally (at least theoretical  


0 Comments · Thursday, July 27, 2000
The son of legendary Country singer Charley Pride, you'd expect Carlton Pride to be popping up at the Grand Ol' Opry and appearing on TNN's Prime Time Country (both of which he has done). But   

Stir Fried

0 Comments · Thursday, July 20, 2000
IF YOU'RE HUNGRY FOR SOME GROOVY ROOTS MUSIC THIS WEEKEND, HOW 'BOUT A LITTLE STIR FRIED. The East Coast ensemble has made Cincy a regular stop on their consistent touring adventures. While based on   


0 Comments · Friday, July 14, 2000
With the release of The Man Who, Glasgow's Travis have given the world the latest in a line of contemporary classics from the British Isles, following in the footsteps of What's the Story (Morni  

Bio Ritmo

0 Comments · Thursday, July 13, 2000
The eight-person "Salsa Machine," Bio Ritmo, returns to town, bringing with them their timeless Latin dance rhythms and soulful vocals. The band formed in 1991 in Richmond, Va., as an eclectic dance   

Fred Weaver

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 12, 2000
While Fred Weaver's music will certainly appeal to fans of the Indie/Punk world, his approach is slightly startling. The Baton Rouge, LA-based singer/songwriter was frustrated when he couldn't   

New York City Jazz Superband

0 Comments · Thursday, June 22, 2000
The names of these players -- drummer Carl Allen, pianist Mulgrew Miller, bassist Cecil McBee, sax player Don Braden, trumpeter Terell Stafford, trombonist Conrad Herwig and guitarist Bruce Arnold  

Coal Chamber

0 Comments · Thursday, June 8, 2000
Los Angeles' Coal Chamber burst from the same scene as Korn, but their textured, aggressive Metal sound indeed has its own identity. Groove-heavy and progressive, with a hearty dose of fiery voca  

David Gray

0 Comments · Thursday, May 25, 2000
British singer/songwriter David Gray doesn't necessarily need American success. His most recent record, White Ladder, is a top-seller in Ireland and has already been certified five-times platinum  

Gig of the Week: : Big Daddy Kane, Prince Paul

0 Comments · Thursday, May 18, 2000
While live Hip Hop is enjoying a resurgence in Cincinnati, it's still rare for creative and legendary national acts to come to town. So it's especially unique that Big Daddy Kane (the legend) an  


0 Comments · Thursday, May 11, 2000
With vocals that hover between a cross-pollination of Edith Piaf and Basia and saxophone shadings reminiscent of Richie Cole, Ireland's Zrazy are vocalist Maria Walsh and Carole Nelson on alto an  

Yo La Tengo

0 Comments · Thursday, April 6, 2000
Bilssfully subtle and gorgeously hypnotic, Yo La Tengo have spread their Velvet-y goodness across 10 records now, most recently the quiet, melancholic And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out (M  


0 Comments · Thursday, March 30, 2000
Boston's Babaloo are certainly one of the more unique and worldly acts you'll find gracing a stage in Cincinnati, even at the wonderfully eclectic BarrelHouse. While impossible to exactly pinpoi  

Zero Parade

0 Comments · Thursday, February 24, 2000
Zero Parade are a four-piece, Akron-based band that specializes accessible power Pop, full of tasty melodies, smooth, unique guitar playing and driving back-beats. Though the group's music -- dis  

Charlotte's Spite

0 Comments · Thursday, February 17, 2000
After hearing Bastard Complex (Prosthetic/Metal Blade) by Charlotte's Spite, you won't have any question about how they got their name. The quartet dive into their aggressive songs with utter di