The Best Albums of 2020: An Enternity in Our Headphones
2020… the never ending nightmare of a year. This year was like watching a beautiful trainwreck that just kept piling up. Off to the side of the tracks, was many of us putting our headphones in and drowning out the world. Lucky for us, 2020 spawned some of the best music in years.
Tom Jenkins Best of 2019
In a decade that changed music so much it’s hard to discuss what was the most important music of the past 10 years. From the psychedelic juggernaut Tame Impala taking over the charts, to the affirmation of Kendrick Lamar’s genius, to the return of Outlaw Country, to women like Courtney Barnett, Phoebe Bridgers, and the supergroup boygenius taking over rock music.
CincyMusic Editor Year in Review: It was Good as Hell
As the Editor in Chief of CincyMusic, each year I get to live my dream and write about music and music makers. This year I was able to check off quite a few bucket list performers to review, interview, and witness. The below is in no way all of my favorites of 2019, but the ones that skimmed the top.
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: Tyler Childers – Madison Theater (Night 2)
From playing any show, any venue, to anyone who will listen is pretty much how it goes when you’re beginning your career. Only few actually succeed in an industry now that requires you to not only be unique, but original and have a voice that resonates with a group of people. It’s something special when you can connect with an entire region of the country let alone having fans all over the world.
Review: Tyler Childers at Madison Theater, March 25th
Last night, Tyler Childers played night one of a three-day SOLD-OUT stint this week at Madison Theater. It’s a pretty big deal and a sure indicator that this is the last time we will see him on a stage smaller than U.S. Bank Arena or Riverbend the next go round. Fans came from near and far to pack the Madison Theater.
Enter to Win Tickets to the SOLD OUT Tyler Childers Shows
Eastern Kentucky’s Red Headed Stranger, Tyler Childers will be back in Northern Kentucky at the Madison Theatre for three nights. A stretch that will last almost a week with dates beginning Monday March 25th, Wednesday the 27th, and Thursday the 28th.