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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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Get Stuffed on Local Music at The Southgate House Revival

In its fourth year, the lineup for this year’s Get Stuffed on Music will not disappoint!

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Tickets on Sale: Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn at MEMO

The third season of Longworth-Anderson Series of presenting contemporary, Grammy-winning performers and bands in a variety of genres is bringing Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn to Memorial Hall on April 2nd, 2019! 

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Personsplacesthings at Madison Live

Personsplacesthings is a Cleveland band dedicated to making meaningful music. With origins in emo and punk dating back to 2013, the group has maintained their sentimental lyrics while evolving into a much more straightforward rock act. They draw from singer-songwriter and folk styles, post rock, even country, and most importantly... the blues.

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Sylmar Release Double Singles and Play Top Cats

Sylmar is a band that should be on the top of your radar. A melting pot of stylistic nuance, honest ignorance and a wee bit of theoretical background, creates the dreamy grit pop stoner jazz that encapsulates the Sylmar sound. This Saturday they are releasing not one, but TWO singles AND celebrating the tunes with a night of live slyme at Top Cats in Clifton.

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Dawes at Taft Theatre

This Saturday be prepared to be blown away by Dawes at The Taft Theatre. They put on a phenomenal live show and you will want to be there for this special night. 

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The Haunt Stand Up at Bogart’s

The Haunt is an exciting young band out of Florida. The Haunt is fronted by 15-year old, Anastasia Grace, who’s beguiling presence adds an air of mystery to the proceedings, she’s flanked by her 19-year old brother, Maxamillion, who shares vocal duties while shaping the sonic direction of their exposition.

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Ironfest IX Lineup

Ironfest IX will be taking over The Southgate House Revival this Friday and Saturday! Friends of “Iron” Mike Davidson have been throwing this festival each year in his honor. You can expect great music, great people, and an epic weekend. 

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John Medeski Headlining Ludlow Garage

John Medeski's Mad Skillet is headlining Ludlow Garage on Friday, November 9th! The date is part of a U.S. tour in support of their self-titled, debut album to be released November 9 on Medeski Martin & Wood's Indirecto Records. 

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MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir Presents SHE DON’T STOP

MUSE has announced our collaboration with Dr. Tammy Kernodle of Miami University for the New Spirituals-style concert on November 17, 2018 at 2pm & 7pm at Memorial Hall! This concert will offer a musical narrative traced from the Post-Reconstruction Era to modern-day, with special emphasis on the woman's voice and musical contributions surrounding Civil Rights issues in America. 

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Oginalii Bring Feminist Rock to Urban Artifact

Nashville-based female-fronted rock machine Oginalii (oh-gun-ALL-ee), will be at Urban Artifact on Thursday, November 15th! 

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Austin Lucas Headed to The Southgate House Revival

Rust Belt punk rocker-turned-alt-country troubadour Austin Lucas is headed to The Southgate House Revival on Wednesday, November 7th! He recently released Immortal Americans, his latest album, via Cornelius Chapel Records. 

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The Salesman Release "Trying to Be"

The Salesman is releasing an album of quirky indie pop songs intended to uplift