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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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Paul Thorn Returns to His Roots

Paul Thorn is the son of a preacher man. Thorn spent much of his childhood in church, participating in multiple weekly services with his father as well as at neighboring African American congregations, where he became entranced with gospel music whose infection spirit is captured on his new album. Don’t Let the Devil Ride.

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Sylmar Make Triumphant Cincinnati Return to The Woodward

Sylmar joins Triiibe (formerly BLVCK SEEDS), and Pout for an exciting show at The Woodward Theater on Friday, March 23rd! This show is special as they are bringing different genres and different Cincinnati scenes together for an incredible night of music.

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Tunes & Blooms at the Cincinnati Zoo

It’s that time of year again! Our favorite place in the city gathers a collection of the area’s best bands to play together in the Zoo’s beautiful gardens. Why tip-toe through the tulips when you can rock the garden?

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Shawn Colvin to Serenade Us at The Taft Theatre

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin will be performing at The Taft Theatre on Tuesday, March 20th with Lyle Lovett! Shawn Colvin recently released the Amazon Original, The Starlighter, a new album of songs adapted from the children's music book "Lullabies and Night Songs."

JSPH’s “ComeMyWay” to Debut on Netflix Original Series

Already acclaimed by Pharrell’s OTHERtone radio show, DJ Booth blog, Live Nation’s Ones To Watch, BBC Radio 1, NPR, and more, our very own JSPH brings a fusion of modern R&B, bouncy electro-drops, and wavy vocals with “ComeMyWay.” Produced and co-written by platinum record producer and NKY native, DJ Corbett, it illuminates the nuances of JSPH’s signature style while capturing the essence of the series.

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Tall Heights Bring Beautiful Harmonies to Bunbury

Tall Heights is an electrofolk duo from Boston. Consisting of Tim Harrington (singer/guitarist), and Paul Dumas (singer/cellist), the two have been compared to the likes of Justin Vernon and Fleet Foxes.

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Jill Scott and Charlie Wilson to Headline Already Stacked Cincinnati Music Festival

Just in! Jill Scott and Charlie Wilson are to Headline Cincinnati Music Festival! Common, Xscape, the O'Jays and Cincinnati's Bootsy Collins and DJ Vader were announced today as well! With artists such as MC Lyte, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Fantasia, Keith Sweat, Boyz II Men, The Roots, and After 7 already announced, this is sure to be the festival of the season.

INHAILER Radio Goes Live with Herzog Music Podcast, WNKU DJs, & More

Music brings people of different backgrounds and interests into the same headspace, igniting passions and inspiring the future. As listening methods and services change, music lovers want to connect to their favorite artists and their city in ways that are modern and convenient. INHAILER Radio is now bringing local audiences more of what they want.

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Travis Meadows Brings Real Country to Madison Live

Travis Meadows is performing at Madison Live on Saturday, March 24th in support of his latest release, First Cigarette. His songwriting is full of turmoil, redemption and striving for self-acceptance.

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Bobby Mackey’s 70th Birthday Bash

Celebrate our local legend, Bobby Mackey’s milestone birthday on Friday March 23rd and Saturday, March 24th at Bobby Mackey’s Music World! Each night will entail great live music, cake, bull rides, hourly ghost tours, and line dancing.

CSO Pops 2018/19 Season Announcement

The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and Conductor John Morris Russell have announced the exciting details of the Pops’ 2018-19 season at the beautifully renovated Music Hall.

COIN to headline free block party concert to celebrate Flying Pig Marathon’s 20th Anniversary

COIN, the indie pop band from Nashville, will headline a free concert on Friday, May 4, beginning at 6 p.m. at The Banks on Freedom Way, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Flying Pig Marathon. The concert, which will also include performances by DJ E Trayn, Moonbeau and Telehope, is free and open to the public.