CityBeat - Spill It http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-86-1-spill_it.html <![CDATA[Area Festivals Provide Holiday Weekend Soundtrack - ]]> Over the Rhine presents its latest project, the Nowhere Else Festival, on the duo's farmland more than 50 miles northeast of Cincinnati. Plus, this weekend's Restore the Store concerts at Southgate House Revival are the biggest musically driven Rabbit Hash benefits yet.
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<![CDATA[Dallas Moore Goes to Jail - Plus, Electric Citizen hosts hometown release show and local musicians unite for a benefit for Pete Snow]]> Veteran Greater Cincinnati “Outlaw Country/Ameripolitan” singer/songwriter Dallas Moore is headed to Bullitt County Detention Center to perform an acoustic set for inmates that will be recorded for future release.
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<![CDATA[New and Recent Local Music Releases - News on new recordings by One Day Steady, Charlie Millikin and Valley of the Sun, plus a cassette rerelease from The Sundresses ]]> AltRock foursome One Day Steady is set to release its new album, My Real Problem, Friday: Charlie Millikin releases his first recording, a four-song, self-titled EP; Valley of the Sun tours behind its latest album, Volume Rock; and The Sundresses' latest album, This Machine Kills, is being rereleased on cassette.
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<![CDATA[Happy Birthday, Buffalo Killers - ]]> This year is a milestone one for one of the Cincinnati area’s best Rock bands, Buffalo Killers, as the group celebrates a very successful 10 years of rocking. This Friday, area fans can help commemorate the group’s decade of Rock & Roll service when it plays a free show at The Comet.]]> <![CDATA[Go Go Buffalo Go-Goes Wild on Debut LP - ]]> Raucous Cincinnati Rock crew Go Go Buffalo celebrates the release of its first full-length album with a free show Saturday at MOTR Pub. Plus, Ill Poetic returns with The Silhouette Project and Over the Rhine plots their first Nowhere Else Festival.
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<![CDATA[Indie Folkers Cookin’ Hearts Celebrate Debut - ]]> Impressive Indie Folk/Americana quartet Cookin’ Hearts is preparing for the Tuesday release of its self-titled debut full-length with a pair of weekend shows. Plus, guitarists Adam Flaig and Ringo Jones of Cincy rockers Mad Anthony are fleshing out Valley of the Sun for their tour in support of Volume Rock.
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<![CDATA[Cincinnati Record Store Day Happenings - ]]> The annual, worldwide Record Store Day returns Saturday. The celebration of independent record sellers means innumerable limited-edition releases will be made available from music manufacturers big and small, and several shops in Greater Cincinnati will once again be hosting special events for RSD. ]]> <![CDATA[Leggy in the UK - ]]> Independent British record label Damnably is issuing the first full-length release by Cincinnati “Lush Punk” trio Leggy later this month. Plus, Ethicist's album II is getting a vinyl release through locally based label Phratry Records; springtime brings the return of the Cincinnati Zoo's free Tunes & Blooms concert series; and Southgate House hosts a showcase of some area artists who performed at the 2016 International Blues Challenge in January.
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<![CDATA[Frontier Folk Nebraska Goes Live on New Album - ]]> Featuring songs from all three of Frontier Folk Nebraska’s self-released full-lengths (beginning with 2009’s Pearls and focusing fairly heavily on 2014’s jaw-dropper, Frontier F**k Nebraska), This One’s for the Kid in the Back: Live at the Southgate House Revival should help put the band’s music in front of a much wider audience thanks to distribution through Old Flame Records. ]]> <![CDATA[Country Crew Kevin McCoy Band Releases Debut - ]]> 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.
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<![CDATA[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 ]]> 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.
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<![CDATA[Rumpke Mountain Boys Play Bogart’s Fest - ]]> 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.
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<![CDATA[Bummers Eve Shows Noisy Brilliance on Debut - Plus, The Grove hosts massive benefit concert for UC Brain Tumor Center ]]> Psych/Rock/Garage/Punk trio Bummers Eve celebrates the release of its excellent debut full-length Friday with a free MOTR Pub show, while The Grove presents over a dozen area artists Saturday at the Southgate House Revival for the Rock N’ Revival for a Cure concert, a benefit for cancer research at the UC Brain Tumor Center.]]> <![CDATA[A.M. Nice Celebrates Debut EP Release - ]]>

Plus, a musical tribute to Kevin Donahue, late singer for Garage Rock favorites The Pariahs, is now set for this Saturday at The Comet. Also on Saturday, more than 40 musicians who support Bernie Sanders will perform for Southgate House Revival's "Bernin Down the House" concert.

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<![CDATA[Songwriters Team Up for Ancient News - ]]> Local singer/songwriters Andrea Cefalo and David Kisor have teamed up for an interesting new project dubbed Ancient News. Plus, The Almighty Get Down will be recording a performance Saturday night at Woodward Theater. ]]> <![CDATA[Cheers to Big Joe - ]]> Legendary Blues/Boogie Woogie pianist Big Joe Duskin passed away in 2007, but thanks to the Big Joe Duskin Music Education Foundation, his legacy is living on and helping to build the future. Plus, Comprador plays The Comet and releases a new single ever Tuesday this month, Kathy Wade brings out the romantic Jazz for Valentine's Day and the benefit concerts Autism Rocks 7 and the Tie Dye Ball return this weekend.
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<![CDATA[Winter Blues Fest Heats Up the Weekend - Plus, The Tigerlilies take over local venues in February for new EP]]> This Friday and Saturday, the Cincy Blues Society’s Winter Blues Fest returns to The Phoenix, showcasing over two-dozen Cincinnati Blues acts. Plus, The Tigerlilies plot weekly shows in February to promote great new EP, 123456.
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<![CDATA[Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Party on Sunday - ]]> This year’s CEAs features another solid lineup of some of the area’s best set to perform. The 19th-annual CEAs take place this Sunday at 7 p.m. at Covington’s Madison Theater.]]> <![CDATA[Lazy Heart Celebrates Stunning Debut Release - ]]> Engaging Indie Pop trio Lazy Heart celebrates its debut EP release, Cincinnati's music scene loses a remarkable player and Josh Eagle plays one more show before relocating to New York]]> <![CDATA[Royal Holland, Leggy and Evening Redness Unveil New Releases - ]]> Royal Holland, the exhilarating alter-ego project from Cincinnati singer/songwriter Matt Mooney, is concluding the “Unfolded” trilogy of EP releases this Friday with Vol. 3 Program.]]>