Our Weekend Picks :: May 15, 2015

Each week we will highlight a few of our picks for the weekend. Some may be local, some may not, but as long as you are seeing live music in Cincinnati you are contributing! Our picks are below, but you can choose for yourself with our calendar here. (Or download our iPhone app here).

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Friday, May 15:
Interpol @ Bogart’s [Preview]
S.M. Wolf w/ Leggy @ Northside Tavern [Preview]
Sean Watkins of Nickel Creek @ Madison Live
The Almighty Get Down @ MOTR Pub
Blowfly @ The Drinkery 

Saturday, May 16:
Zebras In Public, The Downtown County Band,Trademark Aaron, Honey & Houston, Derek Alan Band,DJ Chinn Chilla @ The Southgate House Revival
The Bros. Landreth w/Wilder @ Madison Live
Pixies @ The Shoe
Jeff Beckw/ Billy Raffoul @ PNC Pavilion
Yoni Wolfw/ Serengeti, P Stoops, The Late Circuit @ The Woodward Theater
Young Heirloomsw/ Mary Bragg @ MOTR Pub
Founding Fathersw/ Tooth Lures a FangEvening Redness @ The Drinkery

Sunday, May 17:
The Part-Time Gentlemen CD Release Show @ Arnold’s Bar and Grill [Preview]
Judas Priestw/ Saxon @ The Shoe
Lady Antebellum @ Riverbend Music Center
The Rocketboysw/ Ohio Knife @ The Southgate House Revival (The Revival Room)


The Part-Time Gentlemen: Whiskey on My Breath 

The Part-Time Gentlemen are three guys that met at an old timey jam a few years back. T.J. Male plays guitar and sings, Nick Sansone plays banjo and sings, and Jonathan Doll plays upright bass and sings as well. They enlisted some help from some top notch musicians from around the area to lend...

S.M. Wolf Play Northside Tavern 

Indianapolis psych-power-poppers S.M. Wolf are hitting the road for a weekend with Louisville's Ted Tyro.  The two bands will be playing together with Cincinnati's Leggy at Northside Tavern on Friday, May 15th.  This show is just one in a series of mid-western weekend gigs that S.M....

Interpol Set to Play Bogart’s 

Interpol put out a 10th anniversary edition of Turn on the Bright Lights about three years ago. My initial reaction was shock. Not so much that it was getting a re-release - it’s an album that more than deserved it - but shocked that ten years had actually passed since I’d first heard...