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After lengthy hiatus, Chris Arduser and friends return with new/old album

1 Comment · Monday, December 13, 2010
"Grave blankets" are defined as decorative covers for gravesites. For nearly a decade, it seemed as though Chris Arduser — best known for his work with psychodots, The Bears, Adrian Belew and a variety of related bands and artists — had relegated his popular Americana side project of the same name to his own personal musical cemetery. The hiatus has ended, and the band has re-emerged with new energy and a new album.  

The Graveblankets

July 10 • Molly Malone's (Covington)

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 6, 2010
The Graveblankets are back! Though the members have been busy with other musical projects, the popular Folk/Rock/Pop group hasn't put out a proper recording since 2000. They make their triumphant return Saturday with a refreshed lineup (regulars Chris Arduser, George Cunningham and Bob Nyswonger are joined by 18-year-old vocalist/fiddle master Rosie Carson) and some new tunes.  

Psychodots and Faux Frenchmen

April 22 • Cincinnati Zoo

0 Comments · Monday, April 19, 2010
If you missed Cincinnati's legendary Psychodots last Thanksgiving, you have another chance to see them Thursday, this time with hot string ensemble Faux Frenchmen at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens' free "Tunes & Blooms" concert series. Come celebrate Power Pop and Gypsy Jazz glory among 1 million flowers.  

psychodots with The Tempers

Nov. 27 • Southgate House

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2009
The amazing local Power Pop trio hasn't been a "full-time" band for several years, but Ohio fans always know that, come Thanksgiving, they'll have a chance or two to catch the 'dots. Their annual shows (by the band's account, this will be the 666th) happen Wednesday at Canal Street Tavern in Dayton and Friday at the Southgate House.  

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