As we all bunker down for the long haul it looks as though, at least the beginning of our summer concert plans are on hold. All major festivals have either been postponed, rescheduled or canceled and the fate of single concert dates will all be based on whether we can all gather in large groups again this summer.
Bonnaroo: How a Giant Looks at Fifteen
For a decade and a half now, Bonnaroo has stood alone on the American festival scene. Although other American festivals have higher annual attendance (Lollapalooza regularly breaks 100,000) or pull rarer gets (even entering its tamer years, Coachella still reigns supreme for reunions), only...
CincyMusic.com Top Albums of 2015
The CincyMusic.com Contributors have voted and below is our list of Top National Albums of 2015.
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1 - Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just Sit
2 - Father John Misty - I Love You,...
Bunbury Preview: Tame Impala
When Australian psych rockers Tame Impala burst onto the scene in 2010, it would’ve been a forgivable offense to think they were part of a bandwagon trend. MGMT were riding a wave of success with their own psych-rock success Oracular Spectacular, and pulling a host of soundalikes along with...
Go Analog are Ready for Bunbury Music Festival
Go Analog is an alternative (indie) rock outfit based out of Columbus, Ohio. The band, who was recently announced as a performer at this year's Bunbury Music Festival, is currently working on an untitled second EP, which will be released in August. Matt Fisher, the band's drummer, who...
Bunbury Releases Daily Lineup
The Bunbury Music Festival has announced the daily lineup for this year’s festival! Enter to win a pair of passes to the festival!
Friday, June 5:The Black KeysTame ImpalaWalk The MoonMatt & KimBleachersTemplesFather John MistyRoyal BloodCatfish and the BottlemenMikky...
Black Keys, Avetts, Snoop Dogg to Headline Bunbury
Brand New, The Decemberists, Tame Impala, Walk The Moon, and more to join The Black Keys, The Avett Brothers, and Snoop Dogg at this year’s Bunbury Music Festival on the banks of the Ohio River! Promowest Productions announced the full lineup (below) today. This year’s festival will be...