Fans of the New York Mets are joined by Billy Joel on a sing-along to "Piano Man" during the only World Series game in which the team didn't choke, Tom Jones wants to have a DNA test to see if he is black and Phil Collins is a goddamn liar.
One of the region’s most unique musical
events, the Blues & Boogie Piano Summit, is not just a “Blues
festival,” it’s also a two-day concert that spotlights a specific
sub-genre of Blues — Boogie Woogie.
One of the more renowned Cincinnati bands of the past few decades, Ass Ponys,
reunites this weekend for a pair of shows at Woodward Theater. The band will be playing songs from throughout
its career, with 35-40 rehearsed tunes to choose from each night.
A soft drink causes an Insane Clown Posse concert to be cancelled, Ryan Adams says Taylor Swift is like Neil Armstrong, The Smiths and Shakespeare and a U.K. theater is presenting a new musical based on the career of the Beastie Boys.
After growing up in London and Ghana,
singer/songwriter/guitarist Kwame Binea spent his teen years in Cherry
Hill, N.J., playing basketball, writing poetry and absorbing the output
of artists who would become the foundation of his eventual musical
Chicago threesome Meat Wave’s name
apparently causes giggles and results in a lot of questions. But the group’s name isn’t (or at least
shouldn’t be) as head-turning as its vibrant take on modern Post Punk.