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Zero Boys and Gang Green

July 12 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 9, 2013
If you find today’s so-called “Punk Rock” to be a little lacking, you’re in for a treat this week as two of the best American Punk acts team up with a pair of Ohio greats — Cincinnati’s SS-20 and Dayton’s Legbone.   

Punk Pioneers Revisited at Jockey Club Reunion

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 17, 2010
In 2008, local independent publisher Aurore Press presented a "reunion" concert at the Southgate House that featured bands (and many fans) who were a part of the scene at famed Punk Rock palace/dump The Jockey Club in Newport. This Saturday at the Southgate, it returns for the third year straight, featuring reunion shows by Sluggo, The Speed Hickeys and other local music vets.  

More Help for Haiti

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 10, 2010
The problems in Haiti aren't going to end anytime soon, so thankfully the stream of local Haitian relief benefit concerts continues to flow over the next few weeks (and hopefully months). Here are several Haiti-related happenings this week.   

Jockey Club Re-Reunion

Aug. 15 • Southgate House

0 Comments · Monday, August 10, 2009
First Aurore Press released 'Stories for Shorty,' recollections about Newport's infamous Jockey Club, which prompted a reunion show, which resulted in a live CD of the proceedings, 'A Jockey Club Reunion: Live at the Southgate House.' And now there's a "re-reunion" show to recognize the CD's release and to benefit "Handsome" Clem Carpenter, the Jockey Club's defacto "Master of Ceremonies" and a pioneering Punk radio broadcaster on WAIF.  

Fu Fighters

'Friday Night Fu' provides TV exposure for undernoticed local bands

2 Comments · Wednesday, May 13, 2009
WKRP (yep, just like the old sitcom) is holding out here in the Tristate. The locally and independently owned station can be found on channel 38 on the old-school TVs and on Insight and Time Warner cable. Their finest two hours might just be a little show called 'Friday Night Fu' (most everyone just calls it 'the Fu'), a cheeky, campy parade of goofy guys, segments featuring Nostradamus-like puppets and, of course, old kung fu flicks. Recently they've added another excellent feature to their program: live performances from local bands.   

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