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Music: Lyfe Jennings

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Toledo, Ohio native Lyfe Jennings’ life could have been quite different, but it was actually a stint in jail (and inspiration from an Erykah Badu album) that turned things around.   

Greg Dulli Solo-Tours Ahead of New Afghan Whigs LP

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Hamilton, Ohio native Greg Dulli, frontman for Cincinnati-spawned AltRock greats The Afghan Whigs, announces a solo tour and releases a free new song. Plus, Taylor Shannon, Automagik, Silver Pockets Trio and Blame the Gun celebrate new releases this week and the family-friendly Fall Fest Weekend at Washington Park offers some quality local music.  

‘Clockwork’ Petition Auctioned

Mick Jagger wanted 'Clockwork Orange' role, label goes on sale on Craigslist and Urban Outfitters gets in on the cassette trend

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 20, 2015
A letter signed by The Beatles petitioning filmmakers to cast Mick Jagger in the A Clockwork Orange lead goes up for auction, extreme Metal label Handshake Inc. is being sold like an old coffee table (via Craigslist) and Urban Outfitters sets out to kill this whole cassette revival thing once and for all.
  
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Delmore Brothers Honored at Herzog

Local musicians gather at site of historic 1946 recording session to pay tribute to pioneering duo

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, October 15, 2015
In the fall of 1946, sibling Country (or “Hillbilly,” as it was dubbed) singing duo The Delmore Brothers came to downtown Cincinnati to record a session at E. T. Herzog’s studios (where famed sides by Hank Williams, Patti Page, Ernest Tubbs, Flatt and Scruggs and numerous other legends also recorded) on Race Street. Beginning their career in the ’30s, the Alabama-bred brothers had become ...  

Ubahn, Ladyfest Keep the Music Festival Vibes Alive

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2015
It’s starting to feel like early fall is the new summer when it comes to music festivals in Cincinnati. This week we have two unique and infinitely cool fests from which to choose.
  

Sound Advice: Maiden Radio with Daniel Martin Moore

Saturday • Woodward Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Maiden Radio is a collaboration between Julia Purcell, Cheyenne Mize and Joan Shelley that began in 2009 as a means for the three accomplished Louisville, Ky. musicians to explore the old-time Folk and Appalachian sound they all loved.
  

Rock Hall’s Next Class

Plus, a new biography reveals that Tom Petty was a heroin addict in the ’90s and musicians are losing precious demos because they can't hang on to their phones

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2015
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announces its initial list for potential 2016 inductees, Tom Petty talks about his ’90s heroin addiction in a new biography by Warren Zanes and guitarists for Iron Maiden and Metallica lost demos for forthcoming projects because they didn't back up their phones before losing them.
  

Music: Maiden Radio

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Maiden Radio is a collaboration between Julia Purcell, Cheyenne Mize and Joan Shelley that began in 2009 as a means for the three accomplished Louisville, Ky. musicians to explore the old-time Folk and Appalachian sound they all loved.    

Event: Ladyfest Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2015
The first Ladyfest Cincinnati festival begins Thursday and runs through Saturday in various venues (mostly in Northside), showcasing women in activism as well as a vareity of artists.  

Music: Huntertones

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Horn-driven instrumental Fusion ensemble Huntertones — who masterfully and progressively mix a wide range of Rock, Soul, Jazz and Funk influences — formed in Columbus, Ohio in 2010 and currently call Brooklyn, N.Y. home.