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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, 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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Benjamin James Howard Releases First Single as a Soloist

So after two decades as a writer, "Heavy" is Benjamin James Howard's first release as a soloist. No pseudonym as camouflage. Last name in tow.
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Cutter Savage Releases Revelator

Cutter Savage has released his latest musical effort, “Revelator,” as a limited run of signed CD’s.

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Siri Imani ft. TJG Release IDK

Siri Imani, member of Triiibe, featuring up and coming Cincinnati artist, TJG, released their most recent collaboration “IDK.”

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CincyMusic Editor Year in Review: 2020

In March, we started seeing concerts being rescheduled or postponed. At first, I just assumed it was a precaution and we would be back to normal in a few weeks. I was wrong. With no concerts to preview, review, or post photos of – CincyMusic had to pivot.

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Mad Sound Radio with Charlie John

Mad Sound Radio is a weekly podcast that revolves around behind the scenes music talk with singers, songwriters, music producers, and more!

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CincyMusic LIVE to Benefit MOTR Pub and The Woodward Theater

Celebrate New Years Eve with a Live Streaming Benefit for two of our favorite venues, MOTR Pub and The Woodward Theater! Grab some bubbly and donate what you can!

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Motel Faces Premiere Give it Away

Tune into CincyMusic LIVE tomorrow at 11:30 am (EST) for the Live premiere of the video for "Give it Away" by Motel Faces!

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The Heavy Hours Release Video with Hometown Feel for "Desperate Days"

“Desperate Days” is the third song released by the Cincinnati quartet The Heavy Hours.

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Sleepy Andy Tracy Releases Bluegrass Buddha

Sleepy Andy Tracy has been playing solo and in bands out of Cincinnati, Ohio since 2004. He just released his newest single, "Bluegrass Buddha!"

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Preorder The Boom Bap Review Vol. 2: 2020

Everybody’s Hip-hop Label presents a new book... The Boom Bap Review Vol. 2: 2020! This physical book lists over 100 noteworthy boom bap Hip-hop albums along with retrospective pieces, long-form reviews, and Hip-hop essays. Written largely by MC Till with contributions by Michael Stover and Beau Brown, this book is for anyone interested in the boom bap sound.

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Dead Man String Band Hates the Brent Spence Bridge

Dead Man String Band voices a popular, but not often said opinion on the Brent Spence Bridge connecting Kentucky and Ohio.

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Secret Santas for the Local Music Industry

This has been a horrible year for musicians. Kelly Thomas put out the call in early November for a Secret Santa mission for local full time musicians, bartenders, security and other staff in the music industry, who have been crushed by the pandemic. The response has been overwhelming, but you can still help!