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Jake Speed digs into the rich history of Roots and Folk music

0 Comments · Thursday, March 15, 2001
Come join Jake Speed for his next birthday. He'll be 23, going on 123. That's because there is little, if anything, contemporary about this singer/songwriter/ entertainer. With his wavy red hair tuc  

Local music veteran Jeff Roberson and his band Len's Lounge will never make a Volkswagen commercial

0 Comments · Thursday, March 8, 2001
Len's Lounge rocks. I dedicate that sentence to the brainiac who once told Jeff Roberson, guitarist and principal singer/songwriter of the Country/Folk/Rock sextet, that his band didn't. Indeed,  

Local DJ Boom Bip has earned a reputation as one of the best turntablists in the nation

0 Comments · Thursday, February 1, 2001
"Boom!" "Bip!" You may remember these optical interjections popping-up during the fist fights on the '60s Batman television series. With this in mind, know that turntablist Boom Bip (born Bry  

Music: War and Peace

Mood and other local artists do battle to gain area Hip Hop a home

0 Comments · Thursday, January 11, 2001
The notes to Mission Control Presents: Prehistoric Sounds Feat. Mood cite Psalms 144:1-9, beginning "Blessed be the Lord my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to battle." T  

Ray's Music Exchange move into 2001 with a bang

0 Comments · Thursday, December 21, 2000
If the best live Jam band you've experienced is sick, then Modern Jazz sextet Ray's Music Exchange is bubonic. You're invited to catch what the group has at the Southgate House on New Year's Eve.   

Cincinnati's favorite Country outlaw talks music, movies and whup-ass

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 22, 2000
Locals OnlyDallas Moore and his band, the Snatch Wranglers (Bobby Lee on drums and vocals; Chuck Morpurgo on guitar; Randy Peak on guitar, harmonica and vocals; and Bob Rutherford on bass and voc