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Justin Furstenfeld

May 13 • 20th Century Theatre

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Justin Furstenfeld may not have invented the concept of “living out loud,” but he certainly embodies it with an enviable zeal. The Blue October frontman has never hesitated to identify his long struggle with a bipolar condition as the main grist for his songwriting mill.    
by Mike Breen 04.13.2012
Posted In: Live Music, Music Video, Local Music at 11:39 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)
 
 
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Music Tonight: Sohio, The Hag and More

Great local tunes, a Country legend, AltRock cult faves and more tonight in da clubs

• Excellent local Indie Rock crew Sohio celebrates the birth of its new baby, the solid full-length Sonuminous, with a free release show/party at MOTR Pub tonight at 10 p.m. The album is an enjoyably eclectic release that features some of the finest Sohio songs yet, from Pixies-esque Indie Pop to New Wavy Rock and even some twangier, rootsy moments. You can download the great new album track "Painted Bird" here for free. Give it a listen below if you're the noncommittal type. <a href="http://sohio.bandcamp.com/track/painted-bird">PAINTED BIRD by SOHIO</a>• Nashville singer/songwriter Dillon Hodges performs a free show tonight at The Avenue in Covington. Hodges recently collaborated with local media development company zoneCG for a music video that was shot around Northern Kentucky. Showtime is 10 p.m. Check the video below.

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Blue October with Girl in a Coma

April 13 • Bogart's

0 Comments · Friday, April 6, 2012
To say that Blue October has taken a rocky road to stardom would be a bit of an understatement. Inarguably Blue’s most notable song, “Hate Me,” was written as an apology for the hardships lead singer Justin Furstenfeld put his mother through while addicted to drugs. Blue October’s two latest albums were both spawned by Furstenfeld’s nasty divorce and subsequent custody battle. There is no simple life, though, which is perhaps what draws so many people to Blue’s music.  

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