by Mike Breen
Local band performs a special show with artist Anthony Luensman tonight at The Esquire
Transcendent, rootsy local band The Hiders are going to the movies tonight — and you are more than welcome to join them. The group will be performing at Clifton’s Esquire Theatre for a special concert that will feature visual accompaniment by acclaimed Cincinnati artist Anthony Luensman (or, as he's being dubbed this evening, "Visual Structuralist"). Check out some of Anthony's stunning work here.There should be an interesting "midnight movie" kinda vibe, with the show beginning at 11 p.m. and being promoted as "a surreal night of live music and imagery." Admission to "Art at the Art House: The Hiders at The Esquire" is just $3 and a cash bar will be available for drinkers. Visit thehiders.com for more on the group and click here for more on tonight's performance. The Hiders are scheduled to appear at the Bunbury Music Festival next month; if you're already making your itinerary, be sure to catch the group on the fest's final day (July 14) at 5:45 p.m. Here's a great music video (directed by Anthony Francis Moorman) for the song "Under Shooting Stars," which can be found on The Hiders' latest, greatest LP, Temenos.
Plus, Billy Wallace, Knife the Symphony and Swear Jar celebrate new releases and the Comet Bluegrass All-Stars celebrate the holidays
0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The latest Greater Cincinnati music news, including details on new releases from The Hiders, Knife the Symphony, Swear Jar and Billy Wallace, plus a very Comet Bluegrass All-Stars Xmas.