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Black Owls with Purple No. 7

Feb. 6 • The Comet

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 4, 2009
The Black Owls play a brand of '60s Garage Rock/'70s basement roll that's definitely déj vu dating back to the glory days of everyone from The Ramones to The Stones.  

Music: Black Owls

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 4, 2009
The Black Owls play a brand of ’60s Garage Rock/’70s basement roll. Definite déja vu dating back to the glory days of everyone from The Ramones to The Stones to The Kinks to The Clash. Hailing from Granville, Ohio, home to Denison University, brews and the Whitehead Angus Farm, Black Owls drummer and rear frontman Dave Butler says the band's aim is to create strong associations like the Rock songs from our experiences and youth. Black Owls play with Purple No. 7 at the Comet.  

Dirt Devils

With 'Orange Blossoms,' JJ Grey and Mofro step up and dig deep

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2008
SEE NEW VIDEOS HERE - JJ Grey was born, and remains, a true Southern gentleman whose passion is rooted with a certain intensity, whose passion stems from a certain soil. This passion translates from soil to song and stage as "front porch Soul, gritty Funk and juke joint romps to contemplative Country Soul and blistering (Rock)," according to mofro.net.  

Music: JJ Grey and Mofro

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 18, 2008
JJ Grey was born, and remains, a true Southern gentleman whose passion is rooted with a certain intensity, whose passion stems from a certain soil. As he mans the mic, guitar, harmonica and keys, his mates in Mofro hold nothing back. Grey and Mofro embarked on a three-month tour in late August across the U.S. promoting their latest release, "Orange Blossoms." Turns out a tour bus can set Florida’s state flower blooming countrywide in the spring and fall. 8 p.m. Thursday at the Southgate House.  

Music: Dirty Secret About a Gem

The Panderers emerge from humble beginnings

0 Comments · Monday, April 14, 2008
Fourteen months ago, a handy man named Scott Wynn was rehabbing a field house in rural Indiana. The phone rang as he was pulling up a toilet. Timing, they say, is everything. It was Pete McNeal   

Onstage: Feats of Grandeur

Cloven Hoof Theatre leaps out of the gate

0 Comments · Friday, June 15, 2007
It's beyond appropriate that the nature of Cloven Hoof Theatre was borne from a demonic Halloween night back in 2004. I speak of Hogscraper's undead bazaar, an experience never to fade in Porkop  

Music: The Non-Electric Company

Street performer Michael McIntire and his Marmalade Brigade find their acoustic souls on Dreamin' Out Loud

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 2, 2006
They say it's the little things. And if you think about it, you hold a persuasive power in making or breaking a musician's big hopes -- the "little thing" of deciding which bar to go to on whi  

Film: Reel Music

Filmmaker John Parker looks at the local music scene via his documentary, Dead On

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Frustration can be a powerful thing. It has the capability to create wonder and enlightenment, which John Parker has produced in his latest film, Dead On. Residing in Cincinnati for four years, Pa  

Locals Only: : American Pi

Local Shepherd's Pi have something eclectic stewing

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 13, 2005
This is Shepherd's Pi like you've never experienced, an organic recipe made from scratch with some R&B, Gospel, Bluegrass and Jazz folded into the Rock & Roll medley. Not to be confused with the  

Living Out Loud: : Black and White with Shades of Gray

Diabetics R Us

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 15, 2004
I put out an overall of my upbringing on diabetes last week, concluding with me hitting in on my backward positioning in regard to diabetes. I'm turned around in a better direction these days but am