June 27th Event Features 2 Music Acts, Cake, Prizes and Free Music-Themed Art Show
The DownTowne Listening Room music series in the historic Shillito building at 7th & Race has quietly reached a musical milestone. The June 27th show will be its first anniversary of presenting live music in a quiet listening room environment.
This event will be a unique one with the following attractions:
Jameson Elder w/ Ryan Adcock
Saturday, June 27 @ 7:30 pm (Doors open at 7:00 pm) $10 • 151 W. 7th, Cincinnati, OH
Atlanta native and Nashville transplant Jameson Elder headlines the show with modern, guitar based, pop-rock reminiscent of Tom Petty, Counting Crows and the Wallflowers. His soaring sound is full of sincere lyrics and infectious melodies.
Emerging Cincinnati area singer-songwriter Ryan Adcock opens the show with a literate and passionate musical mix.
As always, the show features a comfy, cozy and quiet listening room vibe where the audience is encouraged to support the performers in a no-noise environment. Plus attendees are welcome to free anniversary cake, free snacks and free soft drinks.
Free Music-Themed Art Show
Saturday, June 27 @ 6:00 - 8:30 pm • 151 W. 7th, Cincinnati, OH
To help celebrate the event, there will be a free music-themed art show featuring artists versed in a variety of mediums
who will display their creative wares before and during the music show.
Mary Beth Brackman: “Folk It” Brand Music Oriented Screen Prints
Susan Deyo: Creative Color Pencil Pictures
Mark Ingram: Unusual “Remixed Vinyl” LP Record Paintings
Rick Janney: Amazing Abstract Art
Jerry Saylor: Powerful Paintings, Drawings and Photos