Trombone Shorty's latest album, Say That to Say This, has made history by bringing together the original members of the seminal New Orleans
band The Meters for the first time in more than three
Last spring, singer/songwriter Sturgill Simpson was overly anxious about the arrival of his debut album, High Top Mountain.
He’s spent this year simultaneously anticipating the birth of his debut
child and the reception of his just-released sophomore album, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music.
It seems unnecessary to spotlight
droolingly anticipated shows like Willie Nelson, Alabama, The Band
Perry, Alison Krauss, Old Crow Medicine Show and Drive-By Truckers, so
we’ll stick to some of the lower-tier artists that deserve your
attention at the inaugural Buckle Up Festival.
Country crew Pure Grain, which hails from nearby Bright, Ind., will be celebrating the release of its brand new album, Indiana Sun,
when it performs as part of the free, weekly “American Roots” concert
series this coming Tuesday on Fountain Square.
Cincinnati, are you ready for two back-to-back weekends of three-day festivals, packed with national acts, local bands and up-and-comers? Get ready for the fest weekends with CityBeat's coverage of the two.
Last fall, a Foxy Shazam interview was
convened at bassist Daisy Caplan’s Northside home for the purpose of
discussing the band’s tour-ending, two-show extravaganza in Cincinnati —
a full production at Bogart’s in Corryville, and an intimate club date
at Northside’s Mayday.