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Courtney Phenicie

Courtney Phenicie is the Editor in Chief of CincyMusic and an alum of Northern Kentucky University. She enjoys singing in the car, pizza rolls, boxed red wine, and The Golden Girls. If you can’t find her roaming around the city with her daughter Josephine, check The Southgate House Revival or Casablanca Vintage in Northside.

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Cincinnati Musicians Share Spotlight in New Movie

The new movie “The Mountain Minor” follows five generations of one family that moved from Eastern Kentucky to Cincinnati during the Great Depression. It is loosely based on writer/director Dale Farmer’s own family. Dale Farmer will conduct a Q&A, following screenings of his film at The Esquire Theatre on October 17 and 20. An after party will take place at Sitwell’s Coffee Shop, next door to the theatre, following the October 17 showing.

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Multimagic Release Sunshine

On Friday, Multimagic released “Sunshine” off of the highly anticipated Move On EP to be released in November. Hopefully you caught their set at BLINK! You can catch them next at INspired at The Southgate House Revival on Friday, October 25th.

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CincyMusic is proud to introduce a new artist to the scene, Jay Madera.

Madera is coming hot to the scene with his upcoming debut single, “Curb Appeal,” to be released on October 18th

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Pumpkin Patches with Live Music

It’s fall y’all! You know what that means – grab your favorite pair of boots out of the closet and make plans to hit up pumpkin patches EVERY weekend. There are plenty of farms in our area to grab a pumpkin, pet a goat, and grab some cider – but you know we prefer those with live LOCAL music! Below we break down our favorites. 


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MURPHY’S PUB 30th Anniversary DIRTY THIRTY

The Clifton institution Murphy’s Pub celebrates the 30th Anniversary of opening their doors to quench the thirst for generations of U.C. students, working class heroes, and itinerant rockers. On the weekend of October 18 – 19, 2019, the Murphy’s Pub ‘Dirty Thirty’ - two nights of rock ’n’ roll in the storied and historic back room, celebrating 30 years since a couple of visionary Cincinnati music promoters and a situationist bar manager crossed paths with this gritty Clifton Heights neighborhood bar.

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Merchants & Music Festival: Bands Against Cancer

On Saturday, St. Elizabeth Healthcare will sponsor Merchants & Music Festival: Bands Against Cancer, a day-long music festival, at Tower Park in Fort Thomas. The event is free to the public and will feature local and national music acts, all who have been impacted by cancer, as well as various vendors and food trucks. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the construction of St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s new cancer center. 

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BLINK Entertainment Lineup

BLINK is FOUR days of large-scale projection mapping installations, murals, urban artscapes, media light, and interactive art happening October 10-13! 30+ blocks will be lit up in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky! 

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The Pistol Mystics Sing Sarah’s Story

Queen City locals The Pistol Mystics have teamed up with the Sing Me a Story Foundation to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cincinnati.

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Washington Platform is More Than Oysters

Not only is Washington Platform the best place in the city to go for oysters, it’s also your destination to go see some live Americana and Jazz!  

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Jason Eady Heads to SGHR

Catch Jason Eady at The Southgate House Revival on Friday, September 20th! 

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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus at Legend’s

Alternative Rockers The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are headed to Legend’s Bar and Venue on Friday September 20th!

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Enhance Your Symphonic Palette With the KSO’s 28th Subscription Series

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra approaches its 28-year vintage with a “taste and see” attitude.