What should I be doing instead of this?
Home · Articles · By Sean Rhiney
Sean Rhiney
Top Articles from Sean Rhiney
No articles in this section

Newcomers Spindle make no bones about their ambition to become Rock stars

0 Comments · Thursday, June 6, 2002
With a name that harkens back to the halcyon days when turntables were used for more than DJ scratching (vinyl records turn on the player's spindle), Grant Arnow, Brett Scharf and Chris Rebholz o  

The brothers and close friends of The Seventies returned to the Cincinnati scene with a rejuvenated outlook

0 Comments · Thursday, April 18, 2002
It worked well for the Gibb brothers, maybe not so well for the warring Gallaghers and Everlys, and the Osmond boys had great success before prepubescent Donny took off for greener pastures and te  

Sultry, spacey lounge act Opi Yum Yum consists of local music vets

0 Comments · Thursday, March 21, 2002
Out of the ashes of two of Cincinnati's premiere AltRock bands rises Opi Yum Yum, a velvety smooth quartet that's part proto-lounge act, part experimental Jazz combo. Frontman and horn player Da  

The Warsaw Falcons have entered the 21st century with their most prolific phase yet

0 Comments · Thursday, March 14, 2002
David Rhodes Brown has recently found his muse again. The venerable leader and heart of Cincinnati's original Roots/Rockabilly band, The Warsaw Falcons, is dishing out new music at a rate likely   

Annette Shepherd's The Perils of Iva is a family affair

0 Comments · Thursday, February 7, 2002
Many artists describe the writing, recording and production of their first CD as something akin to the birthing process, analogizing the bittersweet joy, pain and frustrations that many expectant