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Don’t Miss JJ Grey & Mofro at The Taft Theatre

JJ Grey & Mofro are headed to The Taft Theatre on Saturday, January 27th! If you have not seen this band live before, you MUST. They are the kind of band that makes folks say, “Yeah, their last album was great, but you HAVE to see them live.”

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Flesh Mother Delivers an Experience with Nourishment

Finally, Flesh Mother has graced us with a release date for the upcoming album, Nourishment. On January 20, 2018 at the Hub in OTR, Flesh Mother will ring in their release with a show.

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Big Something Ready for Big Cincinnati Weekend

Big Something is bringing their high-octane funk rock to Taft Theater this weekend in support of Umphrey’s McGee. The 6-piece has been a staple of recent summer music festival lineup announcements, and it’s no surprise – their ability to blend catchy pop melodies with driving funk rhythms and soaring guitar lines has a wide appeal.

Current Events Release MMXVII

Current Events have been teasing us for over a week with clips of songs from their new EP, MMXVII. Finally, today we get to hear the entire EP! The EP was recorded and produced at Moonlight Studios by Austin Nivarel and Eric Tuffendsam.

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Home Plate Release Problems in Stereo

Home Plate is releasing their latest EP, Problems in Stereo on Friday, January 19th with a release party to follow on Sunday, January 28th at The Southgate House Revival! We were excited to talk to the band about the new EP, what to expect at the release show, and what is next for this amazing band.

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Umphrey's McGee Take Over The Taft Theatre

Umphrey's McGee have released a dynamic new track "Looks" just in time for their two-night residency in Cincinnati! Featuring a defiant bass strut and percussive wallop, "Looks" combines 80's tinged progressive rock with contemporary beat production. This announcement comes just a few days before the release of the band's wide-ranging 11th studio album it's not us, out this Friday, January 12th.

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Ben Miller Band: Choke Cherry Tree

Ben Miller Band has been at this since 2005. They hail from Joplin, Missouri in the heart of the Midwest, and their music unabashedly up front and honest. They have a few albums under their belts at this point. Most notably an album aptly dubbed Record for Joplin in which the album is a tribute to all of those that suffered through the devastating tornado in 2011.

Record Pop-Up to Benefit The Aruna Project

Sundays were made for crate digging and coffee sipping. Head out to The Frock in Covington, KY for Banded PR’s Record Pop-Up on Sunday, January 14th from 11am-3pm. A handful of local vendors will be selling records, CD’s, cassettes, t-shirts and more. While shopping, enjoy coffee from Felix Coffee Co and Lil’s Bagels at the bar.

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Flobots Address Womenomics

This past October, Jonny 5 of Flobots spent 2 weeks in Japan reuniting with his Japanese friends and loved ones, including the host family he stayed with during a year of study abroad in college. While re-immersing himself in Japanese language and culture, the #metoo movement was just gaining momentum in the United States. When Jonny 5 arrived back home, he was asked by the Japan American Society of Colorado to create a piece addressing the theme of "Womenomics". "Duel Lingo" is the result.

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Balcony TV: Music with a View

Balcony TV operates in 60 countries and hundreds of cities worldwide, including New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, Madrid, Barcelona and more. It has hundreds of thousands of social media followers and over 100 million video views over a decade. DownTowne Listening Room has brought BTV to the Queen City!

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Homecoming Announces Initial Lineup

The initial lineup for Homecoming has been announced. The National will perform two unique shows over two nights and will be joined by Father John Misty, Feist, Future Islands, The Breeders, Lord Huron, Julien Baker, Moses Sumney, Alvvays, Big Thief and MORE TO COME!

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Columbus Brewgrass Festival Announce Lineup

The Columbus Brewgrass Festival’s inaugural event promises to bring the best of two wonderful worlds – craft brews and progressive bluegrass – to downtown Columbus. Showcasing bluegrass music and craft beer together is becoming an increasingly popular idea because, well, it’s a damn good idea. And this 2-night event at The Bluestone on March 2-3 looks to be no different as it boasts an impressive line-up in a fitting venue, a combination that has CincyMusic excited to take the drive up I-71.