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Review: Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean brought his “Ride All Night” tour to Riverbend Music Center last night. Backed by an amazing light and video show and a very talented band, Jason opened his show up to a sold-out crowd with “Ride all night” off his latest album Rearview Town

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Spirit Drops Prophecy

Cincinnati rapper Spirit just dropped his latest single, “Prophecy!” Over a hard-knocking drum pattern produced by Absaroth, Spirit delivers haunting verses about his childhood, obstacles, and ultimately believing in himself and his dream. 

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beWILDerfest at Urban Artifact

The 4th annual beWILDerfest Music Festival takes place this Friday and Saturday at Urban Artifact in Northside featuring over 35 musical acts in two days on multiple stages along with comedy, artisan vendors, kids activities, food, special one-time only band/beer infusions, a beer garden, and more.

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Farmula Fest this Weekend

FARMULA FEST IS BACK - bigger and better than ever! This year they have relocated to AJ Jolly Park in Alexandria, KY and have extended the festival to two full days and nights!

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A Conversation with Ryan Porter

I’ve been a fan of Ryan Porter’s music since I heard the first note off of his sophomore album (The Optimist). When I saw that Kamasi Washington was booked to play at The Rose Music Center the first thing I did was reach out to Ryan Porter to see if he was touring along with Kamasi and if so if he’d be willing to get together for an interview. 

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Interview: Danny Wimmer Presents CEO Danny Hayes

This year marks the fifth year for Louder than Life, the return of Bourbon & Beyond, and the premiere of Hometown Rising. It’s an ambitious, multi-year plan that continues to evolve. Cincymusic chatted with Danny Hayes about the upcoming festivals and what it means to Louisville.  

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Interview - Dayton United: Benefit for the Dayton Foundation

Featuring solo performances by Anthony Raneri of Bayside, Geoff Rickley of Thursday, Chris Conley of Saves the Day, Vinnie Caruana of The Movielife and I Am the Avalanche, with local support from Joe Anderl of The 1984 Draft.

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Whispering Beard Folk Festival – New Venue, Same Vibe

Whispering Beard Folk Festival has departed from the beloved campground in Friendship, IN and is setting up shop in the beautiful Smale Riverfront Park in Downtown Cincinnati this Thursday through Saturday!

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Halfway There - Adam Flaig at Southgate House Revival

This month you can catch Adam as the Artist in Residence at Southgate House Revival. Every Wednesday night, tSGHR gives hand-picked musicians the run of the Lounge stage. This month, Adam’s taking full advantage of the opportunity. Read more about what makes his time as August’s Artist in Residence so special below. The interview was edited for clarity.

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Everybody’s Hip-Hop Label releasing Respect Vol 1.

Everybody’s Hip-Hop Label (EHHL) is a community-funded record label dedicated to the preservation and growth of Hip-hop culture and music. Through monthly conversations in the flesh, daily conversations on social media, and the creation of music that honors hip-hop, EHHL strives to advance thoughtful hip-hop music while building up a sense of community around it.

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Billy Strings and More Shine at Whimmydiddle in Hamilton

Hamilton’s Whimmydiddle Country Music Festival returned this past weekend, bringing a 2-day ticketed event to the downtown RiversEdge Amphitheater. Similarly, to last year’s inaugural offering, the event went beyond the typical idea of country music with a more diverse than expected musical lineup throughout the day on Friday and Saturday.

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Album Review: Warrick & Lowell Absinthe Nights

Absinthe is the band’s second full-length release, and where their self-titled debut was a little rough around the edges, Warrick & Lowell have polished the songs and sound up a little bit, and developed a sound that is newer and richer, but still authentically them.