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Country Crew Kevin McCoy Band Releases Debut

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Cincinnati Country/Rock foursome the Kevin McCoy Band celebrates the release of its debut album, Redneck-N-Roll, this Saturday at Jimmy B’s Sports Bar and Grill. Plus, Joesph issues debut LP; area musicians team up for a tribute concert to KISS; and Braxton Brewing Company's anniversary event features local music favorites.
  

Snoop’s Accidental Tourism Ad

Plus, Malcolm McLaren's son to burn millions of dollars' worth of Punk memorabilia and Gwen Stefani gets LinkedIn

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Snoop Dogg accidentally lends his substantial branding power to a tiny village in Romania; Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood's son to burn multimillion dollar Punk collection to protest the establishment's embracing of the art form; and Gwen Stefani is now unstoppable (and highly employable) after launching a LinkedIn account.
  

Music: Shovels & Rope

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2016
One of the leading lights in the modern-day Folk/Americana revival, duo Shovels & Rope’s last album of new material was the widely praised 2014 full-length Swimmin’ Time.  

Sound Advice: MusicNOW

Friday-Sunday • Music Hall and Cincinnati Masonic Center Auditorium

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Blending Indie musicians with players and composers from the modern Classical and Chamber music worlds, MusicNOW’s premieres and rare collaborations make it the definition of a “one-of-a-kind” event.  

Music: MusicNOW

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Blending Indie musicians with players and composers from the modern Classical and Chamber music worlds, MusicNOW’s premieres and rare collaborations make it the definition of a “one-of-a-kind” event.  

Music: Elephant Stone

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Many of today’s Psych Rock bands have a sound that can be traced back to a certain period in music history.   

MidPoint Music Festival Under New Management

Plus, Rectify Cincinnati hosts concert for A Voice for the Innocent, Mint Leopard teases new album and Lawson-Yeardley Project debuts

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Cincinnati’s Music and Event Management, Inc. is now producing the annual, early-fall MidPoint Music Festival. Plus, Rectify Cincinnati presents Founding Fathers, Go Go Buffalo and more for a good cause, Mint Leopard wants you to want its debut album and The Lawson-Yeardley Project host a coming-out house party concert.
  

God Save the Queen Movie

Plus, Prince's wedding stuff goes up for auction and you can own Frank Zappa's house

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Sacha Baron Cohen, who was once to play Freddie Mercury in a biopic, says Mercury's bandmates wanted half the movie to be about Queen's life after its frontman's death; you can now use authentic props for your make-believe Prince wedding, as numerous personal Prince items go up for auction; and a crowd-funding campaign for a Frank Zappa documentary offers Zappa's house as the ultimate perk (for $9 million).
  

Rumpke Mountain Boys Play Bogart’s Fest

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Rumpke Mountain Boys co-headline Friday's Winter Folk and Bluegrass Festival at Bogart's on the heels of their fourth album release. Plus, Mad Anthony launches its Mad Anthology series, which will see the group release a song every week for 52 weeks, and local musician and yoga instructor April Aloisio combines her two loves on her new album release, Yoga Bossa Nova.
  

Sound Advice: Experience Hendrix Tour

Sunday • Taft Theatre

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2016
For a living, breathing testament to the wide-ranging influence guitar innovator Jimi Hendrix had (and continues to have) on contemporary music, one need only glance at the lineup for this year’s Experience Hendrix tour.