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White Hinterland with Fathers

Saturday • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 17, 2014
The first minute of White Hinterland’s new album, Baby, features nothing but the voice of Casey Dienel. “Circle the block in my car/Gotta keep it down/The world is so full of noise/It’s easy to go unnoticed,” she sings in an assertive, slightly vulnerable and quite noticeable delivery.   

Ana Popovic

Thursday • Ballroom at the Taft Theatre

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 17, 2014
There has been a long history of women playing the guitar over the years, in many musical genres. In fact, WLW radio musician Helen Diller was the first person to ever play a guitar on TV when she strummed her Gibson Advanced Jumbo axe on a Philco television demonstration here in Cincy in 1939.   

Bear Reawakening

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Wake the Bear — a.k.a. one-man-band Scott Cunningham — celebrates the release of his third album, Player Piano, this Saturday at the Northside Tavern. Dan Mecher of Turnbull ACs opens the free show, Cunningham plays in the middle (with his unique loop-and-sample-centric set-up) and new pop rockers The Mighty close the night.  

The Sound of Music (Review)

The Sound of Music doesn’t really sing

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Based on the true story of the musical Von Trapp family in 1938, the show was a hit in 1959. It focuses on the widowed Captain Von Trapp, his seven singing children and Maria, an strong-willed postulant who comes as a governess then abandons her religious calling when she and the Captain fall in love.  

Lisa from The Sound

[cool superhero]

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
It sounds trite, but it’s true. Lisa — the sassy queen of alternative rock on The Sound (94.9 FM) who goes just by her first name, as kooky radio per sonalities tend to do — got her start in radio as a listener.   

Hackensaw Boys and Mindy Smith

More concert previews of note

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Hackensaw Boys Thursday Northside Tavern These days it seems like the genre bands with the most loyal followings are the ones who are most adept at revering the past and embracing the future.  

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