Mike Oberst is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, old-time musician, and songwriter best known as a co-founder of the Cincinnati, Ohio old-time group, The Tillers.Mike was born and raised in the Sayler Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, a stone’s throw from the historic US Route 50 as it winds down the banks of the Ohio River. He was introduced to music at a very early age, starting Suzuki piano lessons at the age of four. At the age of 13, Mike’s father showed him some chords on theRead More
Mike Oberst of The Tillers
Maker's Mark Presents: Thanksgiving Eve at Arnold's
Arnold's has partnered up with Neltner Small Batch, Otto Printing and Mus-i-col Records to offer a hand made limited edition 12” vinyl Record featuring 12 songs from some of Cincinnati's best bands. The awesome part? It’s free!
Secret Santas for the Local Music Industry
This has been a horrible year for musicians. Kelly Thomas put out the call in early November for a Secret Santa mission for local full time musicians, bartenders, security and other staff in the music industry, who have been crushed by the pandemic. The response has been overwhelming, but you can still help!
Live Stream to Benefit The Southgate House Revival with CincyMusic LIVE and Cincy Groove
CincyMusic and Cincy Groove have teamed up for two nights of Live Streaming music from over 20 amazing bands to benefit The Southgate House Revival on Friday, September 18th and Saturday, September 19th!
Cincy Groove Music Festival This Weekend
While there are a plethora of Live Streaming options happening, make sure that the Cincy Groove Music Festival is one you don't miss. Taking place Friday, April 3rd through Sunday, April 5th at the Cincy Groove's Facebook page!
A Not Top Ten List: Moose’s favorites from 2019
In the year that is set up to be over in a couple weeks, 2019, music saw a lot of great albums come out. So I will preface this by saying that I’m sure there are a few that I missed but really liked as well. The list below isn’t a top ten, I am not a fan of those, I think they are boring and overplayed. The list below is simply a compilation, if you will, of albums that I enjoyed from this year that has seemingly flown by.
Review: Six Feet of Earth: Mike Oberst
It is the title track for me that truly encapsulates many feelings we have going on right now. “Six Feet of Earth” is a song that to sum it up simply means that in the end it does not matter how rich or how poor you are. As we are all the same under six feet of earth.
Catch on to Joe Macheret in February
Joe Macheret has played with just about everyone in this town. Currently he plays with The Tillers, Maria Carelli, Scott Risner, and his own band Joe’s Truck Stop. Music is what he loves. The pace and rhythm of it is great, and for him being a full time musician is something that he loves. I...
Nora Jane Struthers With Mike Oberst of The Tillers at SGHR
Anything but conventional, Struthers grew up in New Jersey, taught high school English in Brooklyn, and set off for Nashville when her art teacher lover stole her identity and money. A heart-stopping moment in the Colorado mountains watching childhood hero Tim O'Brien perform at the Telluride...
Rocktober Series at Fountain Square
Fall is upon us but no worries, Fountain Square is still the place to be every Friday! The Rocktober Series is jam packed with your favorite bands. Come rock away the blues of your work week at the square! Every Friday in October, Fountain Square will present live bands and DJs on the P&G Music...