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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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A Chat with Courtney Barnett

I was beyond excited to chat with Courtney recently about expectations, Milk! Records, and what is next.

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Potty Mouth Stop at MOTR

Punk rock trio Potty Mouth will embark on a North American summer tour and will be stopping at MOTR Pub on Sunday, June 23rd with Colleen Green and Leggy!

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Juice Head to Fountain Square

Juice melds their diverse influences to create their signature sound that captivates audiences everywhere they go. You can catch them at Fifth & Vine Live at Fountain Square on Saturday!


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MULTIMAGIC Announce Sunshine / Dreams Soul Step Records Vinyl Release & Performance at Woodward Theater

“Spirits high, keep our dreams alive.” A triumphant, conclusive statement ties together the chorus from MULTIMAGIC’s recent single, “Dreams,” which will see a release in physical form via Soul Step Records this summer. The 7-inch vinyl, featuring “Dreams” and a yet to be released track titled “Sunshine” will arrive Friday, June 21st, alongside a release show at the historic Woodward Theater. 

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Make Plans to Catch Carriers Tonight

Carriers are set to break out in 2019. Get on board as they are about to blow up. They will soon be releasing a LP, Now Is The Time For Loving Me, Yourself & Everyone Else featuring drumming/percussion on every track from The National's Bryan Devendorf and was produced by John Curley of The Afghan Whigs. 

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Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Summer Park Series at Devou Park

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra offers its 25th Summer Series of free, family-friendly concerts at the historic amphitheater in Devou Park. A tradition since WPA structure was built in 1939, musicians and entertainers have brought communities together at the concert bowl for shared and memorable experiences. More than 325,000 residents from across the region have attended the KSO’s varied, thematic summer concerts since 1995. 

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Chuck Cleaver Announces First Solo Album

Chuck Cleaver (Wussy, Ass Ponys) has been writing and performing his thoughtful, idiosyncratic songs for over thirty years, developing a cult following of devoted fans across the United States, Europe and beyond. However, this summer’s upcoming Send Aid LP (on Shake It Records) marks his first recorded solo output.

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Sylmar Releases Video from Upcoming EP

Sylmar shares the first glimpse of their upcoming Telford EP with a live version of the opening track “Wonder” shot and recorded in Somerset, Kentucky.

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Friday Giants Switch it Up and Release EP

Friday Giants released a brand-new EP, Something Worth Saving today and will be celebrating with a release party at Bogart’s on June 15th! The band roster has switched up and has experienced a bit of a rebirth. 

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Freekbass Tonight at Top Cat’s

Tonight Freekbass, hailed by the legendary Bootsy Collins as “the new spiritual warrior for the funk,” will be performing at Top Cat’s! He is touring in support of his upcoming album release, All the Way This.

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Frank Iero and The Future Violents Head to Bogart’s

Frank Iero and The Future Violents are making their way to Bogart’s on Friday, June 7th.

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SiriusXM’s Coffee House Presents Matt Costa and JD & The Straight Shot at Madison Live

SiriusXM’s Coffee House Presents singer-songwriter Matt Costa and Americana band JD & The Straight Shot at Madison Live on Saturday, June 8th!