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.
Poliça’s third album, United Crushers,
is another beat-driven, electronically enhanced affair that mixes the
shimmering, high-lonesome vocals of Channy Leaneagh with the sleek
production work of Ryan Olson.
Two of the most buzzed-about shows at
Cincinnati’s MidPoint Music Festival in 2015 were (separate) packed gigs
at MOTR Pub featuring Louisville, Ky. rockers White Reaper and
Nashville, Tenn.-based up-and-comers Bully.
While it’s a fair conclusion that Charlie
Hunter’s recorded output should be filed in a record store’s Jazz
section, there is an equally compelling argument that it should be in
the Charlie Hunter section.
It seems impossible that 31 years have
passed since guitarist John Petrucci, bassist John Myung and drummer
Mike Portnoy assembled as Berklee College of Music students and formed
the Prog Metal band Majesty.