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Natalya Daoud

I'm born and raised in Cincinnati. WHO DEY! I have always been a music fanatic since I could talk. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and started a music blog while in college. I go to concerts for fun, not just to work (went to 23 in one summer).

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Review: Foo Fighters

A sea of screaming fans filled U.S. Bank Arena on Friday night to see one of the biggest rock-n-roll bands of this era play in Cincinnati after not playing in the Queen City for 20 years.

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Review: JD & The Straight Shot

Americana and New York City-based band, JD & The Straight Shot, brought the audience together with their foot-stopping’ and clapping performance while opening up for The Doobie Brothers at Eastern Kentucky University on Tuesday night to promote their latest album, “Good Luck and Good Night.”

Interview: JD & The Straight Shot

The New York-based Americana band, JD & The Straight Shot, will be going on tour with The Doobie Brothers starting September 16 and will be releasing their sixth studio album today.

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Room For Zero Release EP

A four-piece east-ender rock band have not only discovered their charismatic, British rock-like, sound, but give their audience a new experience by infusing an excess amount of energy and electrifying solos in to their live performances, which brings their fans back to a better time in rock-n-roll.

Review: JD & The Straight Shot

Fans were very excited to see one of their favorite Eagles members, Don Henley, on Thursday night at PNC Pavilion.  The opener, JD & The Straight Shot, definitely set the tone for the show with their gothic folk sound mixed with a little Americana.

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Play as if Last Show

Over 40 years ago, 17-year-old Tom Petty moved to L.A. with guitarist, Mike Campbell, and keyboardist Benmont Tench, after disbanding their band Mudcrutch (reunited in 20160. It was not until 1975 when Petty heard a demo from Campbell, Tench, bassist Ron Blair, and former drummer Stan Lynch were working on. It was then that the Heartbreakers formed.

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30 Seconds to Mars Stop at Bunbury

With an anticipated album, due this summer, 30 Seconds to Mars will be on the road this summer and hitting the Queen City to perform at the Bunbury Music Festival on Sunday, June 4. The band released their 2013 album, “Love, Lust, Faith, and Dreams”, and toured from 2013-2014. Since...

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July Talk Bring Rock to Bunbury

With a mix of blues and alternative rock, Toronto natives, July Talk, formed in 2012 and really emphasize that two singers with polar-opposite voices can come together and make music. The band consists of Leah Fay on vocals, Peter Dreimanis on vocals, Josh Warburton on bass, Ian Docherty on...

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Ann Wilson Talks Sobriety, Storytelling, and Confidence

For years, Ann Wilson of the legendary female rock group, Heart, has envisioned herself touring solo and it was not until the end of Heart’s 2016 tour that sparked that decision. Wilson wanted more than just playing the same hits she has played for over 40 years.  “See...

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Record Store Day in Cincinnati: Shake it Records

As one of the top record stores of 2010 by Rolling Stone Magazine, Shake It Records, in Northside all started out with two brothers whose passion for collecting records was created in to a business. Jim and Darren Blase have been working in record stores since they were teenagers and started to...

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Women Behind the Music in Cincinnati: Bridget England

One local woman’s passion for radio all started out with a toilet paper roll, copper, and some static for a seventh-grade project. Bridget England, otherwise known as Mistress Bridget or Bridget Rock on 96 Rock, created a radio out of these items. “I guess it’s always been there...

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Ty Cooper Playing Stanley’s Pub

With a wide variety of genres infused in this musician’s taste, Motown and Country have played a dominant role his life and music. Tyler Cooper or Ty, grew up in Pitchin, OH (just outside of Springfield) and traveled the country with his family for his brother’s basketball...