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by Mike Breen 10.14.2011
Posted In: Music Video, Live Music, Local Music at 11:26 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)
 
 
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Squeeze the Day(s) for 10/14-16

Music Tonight: This weekend is loaded with quality musical events. You can start things off tonight at the Southgate House as local singer/songwriter Jason Ludwig hosts a "two-fer" release(s) party, joined by special guests The Newbees and Sassy Molasses. From the previews on his Bandcamp site (listen — then purchase the records for just $5 — here), both Lost In Love and Tanglings are phenomenal offerings. It's almost unfair that Ludwig — formerly leader of the Rock group Noctaluca — was able to produce two full-lengths as good as these (most people would die for one in a lifetime). The title track from Lost In Love is available as a free download on the Bandcamp site (the Tanglings' track "Bunkum" is also a freebie), but below is Ludwig doing an impromptu living-room performance of the track on piano. What a voice! And the songwriting and production on the new albums are equally enthralling, as Ludwig gravitates towards a more mature and melodic sound. Tonight's show kicks off at 9 p.m. and admission is $12. Those in attendance will receive a voucher for one of the free albums (and a discount coupon for the other). Click here to read C.A. MacConnell's recent interview with Ludwig for CityBeat.

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Rumors, Lies and General Misunderstandings

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Eden Park’s Seasongood Pavilion plays host to the third annual “Bluegrass for Babies” concert this Saturday at 4p.m. The event was co-founded by Matt and Anne Schneider, who organized the family-friendly concert to raise funds for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center after their son Nicholas underwent emergency surgery there the day after he was born.  

Cincy Hip Hop Vs. Ohio

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Several Cincinnati-based artists and institutions are up for Ohio Hip Hop Awards, an annual event that honors the statewide Hip Hop community, culminating in a music conference/awards ceremony Sept. 17-19 in Cleveland. The event spotlights everything from MCs, DJs, break-dancers and graffiti artists to labels, radio, venues and promoters.  

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