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Music: Kim Scott

0 Comments · Monday, November 25, 2013
Alabama’s Kim Scott has an impressive résumé as a Classical flautist and educator, but when she comes to Cincinnati this weekend, that side of her split musical persona won’t be on display.   

Music: Eric + Erica with Sun Country

0 Comments · Monday, November 25, 2013
Eric Kuhn and Erica Fink have been making beautiful music together for a relatively short time, releasing their recording debut as Eric + Erica (an introductory EP) just this past spring, mere months   
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WATCH: The MidPoint Sessions featuring Indigo Wild

Columbus Indie rockers Indigo Wild star in latest video from The Queen City Project’s MidPoint Sessions

{CommentsCant} · Friday, November 22, 2013
Over the past few weeks we’ve been sharing some great new videos shot at September’s MidPoint Music Festival by The Queen City Project. The clips feature performances from The MidPoint Sessions, a day party held during MPMF at Art Academy of Cincinnati in conjunct...  
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Touring Musician Arrested for Peeing in Mason

Stepdad’s Nathan K. returns to Cincinnati next month for a legal defense fundraiser

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, November 21, 2013
One week ago today, on Nov. 14, the fun and increasingly acclaimed Michigan-based Electro Pop band Stepdad was bringing its nearly two-month, nationwide tour to a close and was set to perform at Cincinnati’s MOTR Pub. The band had a great fall tour; outside of som...  
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WATCH: Valley High’s “Let Me Get Em” Video

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, November 21, 2013
Along with creating captivating, dynamic music that has helped to make it one of Cincinnati’s finest Hip Hop groups, Valley High has released several stellar music videos over the past few years to accompany its tracks. This year has seen some of the best clips yet from the group, including ones for “That One Too” and, more recently, “8 Ball.” 
The group blends sounds from sever...  
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Concert Photography Celebrated at Know

CincyMusic.com hosts a happy hour party featuring locally-shot live music photography

{CommentsCant} · Thursday, November 21, 2013
Tomorrow (Friday) at Over-the-Rhine’s Know Theatre of Cincinnati, a special photography collection will be on the display, showcasing some of the best work of local photographers who especially shine when shooting live music events.   
In the spirit of the   
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Music Tonight: The Dustbowl Revival, Frank Turner and More

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Since Los Angeles is one of the centers of the music universe, being dubbed the “Best Live Band” in the city is an incredibly high honor. Energetic eight-member Americana ensemble The Dustbowl Revival received that exact honor this year when the city’s L.A. Weekly named the group the Best Live Band of 2013 in its Best of L.A. issue. Tonight you can see and hear for yourself wh...  

Give Thanks for Live Local Music on Thanksgiving Eve

Make plans to catch some live local music the night before Thanksgiving

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
On Thanksgiving Eve, you can also catch some great live music from some of Greater Cincinnati's finest artists on the "biggest bar night of the year," including The Cliftones, Pure Predication, Magnolia Mountain, The Hiders and many more.
  

Miles on Film, ODB WTF and Kendrick vs. GQ

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The film about Miles Davis that Don Cheadle has been trying to get made finally gets the green-light (with Cheadle as the Jazz legend), the premiere of a new Ol' Dirty Bastard documentary falls apart in classic ODB style after a cease-and-desist and Kendrick Lamar makes the cover of GQ but cancels a performance at the mag's party due to the cover story's questionable content.
  

Music: The Sword

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Last year’s widely acclaimed Apocryphon by thunderously heavy Texas rockers The Sword was the band’s first with new drummer Santiago “Jimmy” III Vela, as well as its debut for the diverse Razo