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0 Comments · Thursday, February 3, 2000
Beck once again has the critics ga-ga with his most recent Midnite Vultures, a sultry party album that has drawn many comparisons to Prince's early work. Reports from his tour opener in Austin h  

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Fest

0 Comments · Thursday, January 27, 2000
Is it ironic that we'd have a Hawaiian guitar fest in mid-winter in Hamilton, Ohio? Or is that just Alanis Morissette-irony? We don't even know anymore. But we digress. The Hawaiian Slack Key G  


0 Comments · Thursday, January 20, 2000
Not too long ago, when Van Halen lost singer No. 3 (aka That Guy From Extreme), VH singer No. 2, Sammy Hagar, said the only way he'd go back to the group is if original singer David Lee Roth also cam  

Len's Lounge

0 Comments · Thursday, January 13, 2000
Long-running, self-described "countryfolkrock" crew Len's Lounge return to the local stage Friday at Taste of the World Cafe, a solid venue for local acoustic artists. This set will feature th  

The Bluebirds

0 Comments · Thursday, January 6, 2000
As the year turns, national concerts start to pick up again as artists get back out on the road to support their albums after the holiday season. Of course, it hasn't quite picked up yet, so we'  

Squatweiler stops in for an adventurous ride

0 Comments · Thursday, July 1, 1999
North Carolina's raucous Squatweiler honed their eclectic, energetic sound on several wonderfully dynamic and adventurous indie releases -- including the excellent, ragged and underrated All Tem  

Mojo Nixon

0 Comments · Thursday, June 24, 1999
Satirical Rock & Roll singer Mojo Nixon has made quite a splash since relocating here from San Diego last year. Besides his radio-host gigs on WEBN and WLW (he called himself "Jacor's new whore  

Silo the Huskie

0 Comments · Thursday, June 10, 1999
Fans of smart, catchy AltRock should not miss this weekend's appearance of Columbus' Silo the Huskie. Formed in '94, the band has suffered through lineup changes and even a brief split, but now  


0 Comments · Thursday, June 3, 1999
With former members of Billy Goat making up the bulk of their membership, Austin, Texas-based HairyapesBMX and their new album, Expatriate, come with a full-on groove guarantee -- It's rump-shaki  


0 Comments · Thursday, May 27, 1999
With riffs as thick as the neck of a linebacker and an airtight rhythm section, the upstate New York band Boiler's debut for Mayhem Records, The NEW Professional, has the Hard Core groove of so-c  


0 Comments · Thursday, May 20, 1999
Hard Rock and Heavy Metal need Motörhead. For over two decades, the group has continually pumped out pummeling, Nitro-Punk songs that never change. Usually, if a band sticks to a formula for   

Lynn Miles

0 Comments · Thursday, May 13, 1999
The influences are fairly obvious on Canadian singer/songwriter Lynn Miles' latest album Night In a Strange Town-- you hear everyone from Shawn Colvin to Joni Mitchell to Carole King from song t  

Mose Allison

0 Comments · Thursday, May 6, 1999
Jazz singer and pianist Mose Allison undoubtedly has a legion of loyal fans in Cincinnati, as witnessed by his multiple appearances here over the past several months. Further, he's most at home a  

Othello Molineaux

0 Comments · Thursday, April 29, 1999
The Greenwich is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its renovation/reopening with back-to-back weekends in May of stellar Jazz entertainment. This Saturday, Trinidadian Jazz steel drummer Oth  

Great Big Sea

0 Comments · Thursday, April 22, 1999
An uproarious, celebratory crew from Newfoundland, Canada, Great Big Sea are an important part of the new Celtic vanguard, taking traditional songs and injecting them with a rockin' dose of adren