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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).

One Man Continues to Help Raise Money and Awareness for Cancer Research through a Night of Music

Musicians all around the region are coming together to perform for a cause near and dear to one local man’s heart. Adam Forsthoefel, lead singer of the band The Grove, helped create a benefit concert four years ago, Rock n’ Revival for a Cure, to raise money and awareness for a type of cancer his father died from.

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Review: The Struts

The packed crowd ranged from children to adults.  As soon as a The Struts walked on stage, their high energy intensified the crowd 10 notches. They seem to gain more energy and fans each time they tour.

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Review: One Day Steady

“Wild” was a word that was repeatedly used and demonstrated on Friday night during local band, One Day Steady’s, final performance at the newly renovated Top Cats. 

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One Day Steady Say Goodbye at Top Cats

A local band that has been making music for the past 10 years, will calling it quits after their final show on September 28th at Top Cats.

Cool Life Release First Single Featuring Eric Nally

Cool Life is breaking the internet today with their debut single, “Waves” featuring Eric Nally. 

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Review: Bunbury Music Festival, Sunday June 3rd, 2018

That's a wrap! Our final review for Bunbury Music Festival 2018.

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Review: Bunbury Music Festival, Saturday June 2nd, 2018

Here's our recap of Saturday at Bunbury Music Festival!

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Review: Bunbury Music Festival, Friday June 1st, 2018

Day 1 on Bunbury Festival 2018 is in the books!

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Review: Rock n’ Revival for a Cure

With over $7,300 raised for cancer research and 600 tickets sold, the 3rd annual Rock n’ Revival for a Cure at the Southgate House Revival on Saturday night was the biggest one yet. Each of the 29 bands gave memorable performances taking up the entire venue throughout the day. Hosted by The Grove, musicians from Ohio and Kentucky drew in crowds of all kinds in every genre.

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Interview: Davy Knowles

Davy Knowles has been influenced by several of blues artist like Dire Straits, Rory Gallager, Son House, Eric Clapton, and Bukka White. Singer/songwriter Davy Knowles released his Delta blues EP titled 1932 in March 2017, a bootleg series in April and is ready to showcase his material at the The Southgate House Revival on January 26th.

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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.”