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Jarod Gregory

Jarod Gregory is an environmental engineer by day and jamband enthusiast by night. When he isn't at home enjoying his wife and son you can spot him catching a local Grateful Dead tribute group or covering the latest bluegrass band to roll through Cincinnati.

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Review: Yonder Mountain String Band

Yonder Mountain String Band made their return to Cincinnati for a midweek show at the 20th Century Theater in Oakley.

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Preview: Yonder Mountain String Band

Yonder Mountain String Band brings their high-octane mountain music to the 20th Century Theatre in Oakley on Wednesday

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Collaborative Grateful Ball Coming to Memorial Hall

The Travelin’ McCourys and Jeff Austin Band are bringing their collaborative Grateful Ball to OTR’s Memorial Hall on Saturday, March 2nd.

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Review: Jon Stickley Trio

The Asheville-based Jon Stickley Trio -- led by guitarist Jon Stickley with bandmates Lindsay Pruett (violin/fiddle) and Hunter Deacon (drums) -- brought their unique blend of instrumental Americana to the intimate upstairs room of the SGHR Saturday night.

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Jon Stickley Trio Brings Progressive Americana to SGHR Saturday

JST’s concoction of instrumental Americana, acoustic jazz, folk, punk, Celtic (and so forth) is matched in its oft-symphonic compositional beauty by its captivating uniqueness. And the complexity of JST’s music is performed without pretension.

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Greensky Bluegrass All For Money Tour- Show Review

Greensky Bluegrass brought their All For Money tour to the Madison Theater on January 16, where Paul Hoffman (mandolin/vocals), Dave Bruzza (guitar/vocals), Michael Bont (banjo), Mike Devol (bass), and Anders Beck (dobro) celebrated the eve of the eve of their album release day of their 7th studio album, All For Money, two days later on the 18th.

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Greensky Bluegrass Winter Tour Ready to Warm Up Madison Theater

Greensky Bluegrass brings their All For Money tour to the Madison Theater on January 16, in what has become a welcome post-holiday tradition for the Kalamazoo-based jamgrass group.

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Album Review: Greensky Bluegrass All For Money

I gave the album it’s deserved environment by blasting it in my car on this unseasonably warm weekend, and it’s clear that GSBG has once again delivered on their continued evolution of progressive bluegrass while making approachable ‘rock’ music.

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Review: Moe. at Taft Theater

A quick look around the crowd would tell the story of moe.’s ability to stay near the top of the jamband scene since the early 90’s, as there were college kids and 60-year-old couples and everyone in between.

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Moe. Takes Over Taft on Thursday

Jamband stalwarts moe. take over the Taft Theater this Thursday night.

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Review: Inaugural Cripple Creek Music Festival

Winning With ALS, led by local music-lover Tom Miller, put on the inaugural Cripple Creek Music Festival this weekend on the DCCH grounds in Fort Mitchell, KY.

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Review: Billy Strings at SGHR

Billy Strings brought his psychedelic-tinged bluegrass troupe back to the Southgate House Revival this past Thursday night.