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Music History Made Again at Historic Herzog

Music History Made Again at Historic Herzog

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All-Seeing Eyes 7" Release Party & "Train Kept A-Rollin'" 65th anniversary year celebration 

Friday 11.11.16 - 7pm Doors/ 8pm Show – Historic Herzog (811 Race St - Downtown)

The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation (CMHF), a nonprofit, run by volunteers from an underground music community since 12.03.07 has a fresh vinyl pressing from a recording session in the Historic Herzog Studios space. It’s the first vinyl pressing of the modern Herzog era and features Dr. Johnny Walker, Matthew Ayers and Kane Kitchen of All-Seeing Eyes.  

Since CMHF has occupied with 60th anniversary sessions for Hank Williams and Flatt & Scruggs and officially through the City Historic Marker dedication with the 2009 CEAs, CMHF has been archiving as many performances, rehearsals, and sessions as possible.  A few digital releases have made it out if you look.  There is also a limited edition letterpress of a Keith Neltner design card for Come Play the Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams At Herzog from 12.22.11 with a digital download code around.  This 7”, however, marks the first vinyl release.   The songs “Opening” and “Terror Plane Blues” are from Eli’s BBQ staff and friends party for the Reds Opening Day Parade 3.31.14. 

May this be the start of more pressings with the E.T. Herzog Recording Company label.  Sponsors interested in making record history should come this show, which will also be recorded. 

The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation invites everyone who can fit into the Historic Herzog Studios space to celebrate this release while also paying respects and honoring another line of history Cincinnati’s King Records has with the seminal song “The Train Kept A-Rollin’” and honor Mr. Philip Paul.    

On the 60th anniversary of the 7.25.51 Tiny Bradshaw session for the first “Train Kept a-Rollin” released on King Records, CMHF organized the Train Kept A-Rollin’ Guitar Army for a Fountain Square show.  This footage will be projected in Herzog for this party where every band will perform “Train Kept A-Rolling” in their set.

Join us for a special night… 

PLAYBILL
*King Records & Tiny Bradshaw drummer Philip Paul (playing "Train" since 1951)
*Third Man Records recording artist Olivia Jean (Nashville, TN)
*Amplified Heat (Austin, TX)
*All-Seeing Eyes (Dr. Johnny Walker, Matt Ayers, Kane Kitchen of Dayton, KY). 

ABOUT ALL-SEEING EYES 7"
*1st vinyl pressing from Herzog since its beginning era (1945-1955)
*Recorded before Eli's BBQ staff & friends party during Reds Opening Day Parade
*1st and last songs of set
*Session engineered by Bill Gwynne, cut at QCA by Bryan Dilsizian, pressed Gotta Groove
*Label design from original E.T. Herzog Recording Service thanks to Uncle Dave’s 78rpm of Larry Vincent
*Limited edition of 300 pressed 

$20 General Admission & 7"
$10 General Admission
Limited Seating, Standing
All Ages, Races, Genders
Net proceeds help keep Herzog alive and CMHF’s quest to bring life into other historic spots like the King Records building. 

PURCHASE
In person at Shake It Records or at
http://www.cincyticket.com/allseeingeyes 

SPONSORS
Eli's BBQ, CityBeat, WNKU, Shake It Records, CincyMusic.com, Howler Hills 

ABOUT HERZOG & CMHF
The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage anchors itself in the Historic Herzog Studios space where Hank Williams Sr., Patti Page, Flatt & Scruggs, Bullmoose Jackson, and many early King Records, Radio Artists, and MGM records were made between 1945-1955. CMHF labors to execute its mission to engage with the region’s music history and make new music for future historians.  CMHF’s Spiritual Godfather is Bootsy Collins who teaches us about keeping it On The One. The modern Historic Herzog era (12/22/08-Now) of recordings, performances, photos, and rehearsals includes Patti Smith, Margo Price, Philip Paul, Sufjan Stevens, Strawboss, Daniel Martin Moore, Napoleon Maddox, Selecta’s Choice, The Hiders, Lisa Walker, David Rhodes Brown, Danny Adler, The Sundresses, Marvin Hawkins and his bands, and many more.