Rock N Roll Will Save Your Soul Halloween Party

Noah Smith, The Almighty Get Down, The Grove, and Michael Moeller want to save your soul on Halloween night at The Southgate House Revival. Get your costumes ready, there is a $250 cash prize costume contest! Go grab your tickets to the show NOW HERE

You can feel Southern Ohio in Noah Smith’s music. American Rock and Roll with a country accent fills the air when Smith takes the stage.  The singer/songwriter musician has been writing and signing since he was just 12 years old growing up along the banks of the Ohio in Brown County.  Now the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music graduate finds himself between home and Nashville as he writes and records his second record. Within Smith’s soothing iconic themed ballads is a revival of heartfelt lyrics mixed with the rock and roll grit.  Influenced by his love of family, America, and the quintessential 1980’s jam session, Smith reminds you of your first love, last heartbreak and everything in between. 

The Almighty Get Down are 7 mother's sons who have dedicated our lives to the search for good music within themselves, to make something lasting with the people they meet, and to go ahead and have the time of their lives doing it. Old school, future school, all original funk, soul, R&B, with all the wild abandon of a straight up rock concert.

The Grove is a Cincinnati based rock band that draws from an impressive range of influences to forge their hard-hitting, yet emotive, signature sound.

Built around the songs of lead vocalist/guitarist Adam Forsthoefel, the band has been described as, "The Black Crowes meets The Red Hot Chili Peppers"; careful listeners will also hear shades of everything from Stevie Ray Vaughan to the Killers.

Michael Moeller is a Singer/Songwriter out of Southwest Ohio. Playing music, writing songs, and most importantly, performing for people is what he does best. He does not sing for fame, he sings for feeling. The songs he writes deal with Life, Love, Loss and everything in between. At 24, with a decade of playing, writing and performing under his belt, the sky is the limit.