Flogging Molly is returning to Bogart’s
yet again, but it will be a little bit bittersweet this time. The
jarringly wonderful Celtic Punk band says its current “Green 17” tour —
an annual countdown to St. Patrick’s Day — will be its last. The group
says it’s the 10th and final round of this specific raucous road
It seems a little early (or maybe late)
for a Gregory Alan Isakov concert. His warm voice is more on par with a
concert in the grass on an Indian summer evening. Still, we should be
happy to have him in town whenever we can get him.
G. Love & Special Sauce return to Cincinnati to promote the upcoming album Sugar and celebrate the 20th anniversary of
their breakthrough self-titled debut album, featuring hits like “Cold
Beverage.” The band’s first set will be that debut LP in its entirety.
Don’t mock the cover band, y’all. A good
one can not only be highly entertaining, but also turn into a huge
success these days — and not just by serving as the most popular human
jukebox in their hometowns. Perfect example: Walk off the Earth.
The Oarsman lead singer Marcus Christopher Maloney’s voice is therapy at its cheapest. No alcohol is needed to sink into the quiet misery from which the listener ultimately lifts hope from the beautifully mundane topics about which Maloney sings.