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Jacob Sartorius Didn’t Leave Us Hangin’ On His Left Me Hangin’ Tour

Jacob Sartorius gave fans a high five, followed by a low five, and ended with a fist bump at 20th Century Theatre Monday night. Jacob attracted a crowd outweighed by young ladies, from five to sixteen, accompanied by parents, boyfriends, and friends. For some fans, this might have been their first concert. For my cousin, Preston, this was his first concert.

Cincinnati Activist Musician Talent Search

In collaboration with The Jerry Springer Podcast, Music2Life invites socially conscious musicians of all genres in the greater Cincinnati region to share their issue-driven songs and social change project ideas.

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Alabama with Montgomery Gentry at BB&T Arena

They have scored 43 No. 1 singles, including a record 21 in a row – a feat that likely will never be topped – and now legendary country music band Alabama brings their tour to BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University on Friday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m.

Jacob Sartorius: Musical.ly to Popstar

What does a typical fifteen-year-old’s resume look like? Would it include a debut single reaching the Hot 100 charts in both the U.S. and Canada or a debut album charting Scotland, New Zealand, Ireland, and Australia?

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Catch Adron at Listing Loon Before Stop at SXSW

Adron hails from Atlanta, GA and is making a stop in our Queen City on Thursday, February 8th at The Listing Loon with Rachel Mousie!

  • Festival

The 2018 Bunbury Lineup Just Dropped!

PromoWest Productions has just announced the 2018 Bunbury Music Festival lineup. The headliners are Jack White, The Chainsmokers, Blink-182, Post Malone, and Incubus!

Going Insane Over Telehope’s “Calling Your Name”

Telehope is an impressive 4-piece indie pop band from Cincinnati, comprised of Mark Brad (vocals/guitar), Ben Malson (keys), Adolph Goetz (guitar) and Nate Trammel (drums). The bands mission it to give hope to its listeners through encouraging lyrics and powerful messages in their songs.

The Carnegie Announces 2018-19 Theatre Season

Groundbreaking music, thrilling romances, and escapes from reality are just a few of the themes patrons can expect in The Carnegie’s 2018-19 Theatre Season.

  • Artist Resource

5 Tips to Help Solve Your Live Sound Challenges

Hi! My name is Nicholas Radina, I’m a musician, sound engineer and live sound writer/educator born and raised right here in Cincinnati! I’m here to help YOU solve some of your live sound challenges. CincyMusic and I have partnered to bring you this monthly column to help tackle those sound struggles so you can have a better show! This month I have 5 quick tips that you can start trying out tonight!

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Greensky Bluegrass Returns to Madison Theater Feb. 8

Greensky Bluegrass is fresh off the first weekend of their winter tour, which saw sold out crowds in Indianapolis, Memphis, and Nashville. After a 2-week East coast stint, the band will come back to the Midwest for a Madison Theater show on February 8.

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Interview: Hippo Campus

If we’re being completely honest, I am a huge fan of Hippo Campus. I have been since a few of my friends suggested I check them out before they came through Cincinnati in 2015. I fell in love with their unique sound immediately, and their songs still find a spot on almost any playlist I make.

Root Cellar Xtract Honor Locals at SGHR

Root Cellar Xtract’s music and sound is deeply rooted in the earliest origins of true “California Country-Rock”. Root Cellar Xtract harkens back to the era of the mid 60’s to early 70’s and hills of Laurel Canyon, California which was the birthplace of California Country Rock. Fueled by the songwriting of Clyde Bailey, the consummate musicians of Root Cellar Xtract play a kind of throw-back country rock which embodies the rootsy soulfulness of that early country rock sound. But there's a stripped-down purity, a maturity, that makes this a thoroughly modern outfit.