Crystal Brown's Profile
Jacob Sartorius Didn’t Leave Us Hangin’ On His Left Me Hangin’ Tour
Jacob Sartorius gave fans a high five, followed by a low five, and ended with a fist bump at 20th Century Theatre Monday night. Jacob attracted a crowd outweighed by young ladies, from five to sixteen, accompanied by parents, boyfriends, and friends. For some fans, this might have been their first concert. For my cousin, Preston, this was his first concert.
Jacob Sartorius: Musical.ly to Popstar
What does a typical fifteen-year-old’s resume look like? Would it include a debut single reaching the Hot 100 charts in both the U.S. and Canada or a debut album charting Scotland, New Zealand, Ireland, and Australia?
BRANDI CARLILE: A Voice to be Reckoned With
Singer and songwriter, Brandi Carlile has been categorized in several genres of music from alternative country and folk rock to pop and rock. Although her music has changed categories over the years, her country and western has never left her overpowering, enchanting,...
POKEY LAFARGE: Keeping Music Alive
Born Andrew Heisser in Bloomington, Illinois, Pokey LaFarge earned his nickname from his mother, who was always trying to hurry him along. Hurry him along she did, somehow pushing him from one century to the next, taking the ambience of the past, its rootsy sway and...
Cruise Down the River to The Forecastle Festival!
Are you interested in helping the environment while viewing art and listening to music? If so, come aboard the bow and travel down the river to Louisville this weekend with other music, art, and environment activists at Forecastle Festival. Beginning in 2002 as a...
WOES: THE PERFECT ANITIDOTE FOR DISTRESS
Do you have a bad case of despair, sorrow, or misery? Well look no further – lend your ears to the multi-genre band, WOES. Long-time friends, Zac Brewer (guitar and vocals), Seth Huff (bass, vocals, and synth), and Stefan Wright (drums and percussion) blend their many years of...
THOMPSON SQUARE: A MUSICAL MATH EQUATION
With international stardom in the United States, Canada, and Australia, two-time winner AMC Vocal Duo of the Year, 2012 CMA Vocal Duo of the Year, and two-time Grammy and American Music Award, Thompson Square is racking up their statistics with their music. This multi-platinum selling...
CINCY’S FRIENDS TO THE NORTHWEST: THE HARMED BROTHERS
Two short years ago, I witnessed The Harmed Brothers make their debut at The Whispering Beard Festival and was forever changed by a band from Oregon. Not only are they talented musicians, but the duo and foundation of The Harmed Brothers, Ray Vietti and Alex Salcido, have made a second home...
HAVE A RIOT AT MIDPOINT WITH FORT WILSON RIOT
The pop duo may cause riots as they sweep the nation’s clubs, bars, living rooms, and festivals, but Fort Wilson Riot is no stranger to its fans. The band, native to Minneapolis, is comprised of Amy Hager and Jacob Mullis, split its time between recording and touring, releasing four albums thus...
READY! SET! OK! GO SEE OK GO AT MIDPOINT MUSIC FESTIVAL!
Evolving over the past fifteen years, OK Go has built and developed their creative palette of pop-rock smarts, musical friendship, and innovations in the music industry. In 1998, the quartet consisting of Damian Kulash (vocals/guitar), Tim Nordwind (bass), Dan Konopka (drummer), and Andy Ross...
THE OL’ TIMEY TILLERS
If you ever need to take a break from the everyday chaos, tuning everything present out of you mind, the city lights, the honking cars, and the non-stop bustle, then The Tillers are your passport to another portal, back in time. The trio, Mike Oberst, Sean Geil, and Aaron Geil tell their...
GET HUSTLED BY THE HUSTLE
If you have not yet been hustled by The Hustle, you are missing out. Buffalo Wabs and the Price Hill Hustle will knock your socks off. It is that simple. Out of Cincinnati, this Americana fold band consists of leading man, Buffalo Wabs, or better known to his friends and family as Matt Wabnitz on...