Tom Jenkins's Profile

Tom Jenkins

Tom Jenkins is originally from Upstate New York and a graduate of Marshall University. His favorite band is Cincinnati's own The National; he loves Twin Peaks and a "damn fine cup of coffee." If you see him at a show, his drink of choice is Bulleit on the rocks.

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REVIEW: Kurt Vile and The Violators at The Andrew J Brady Music Center

Sunday evening, Vile and the Violaters brought their unique sound to The Andrew J Brady Music Center at the Banks.

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REVIEW: IDLES at MegaCorp Pavilion

Out of the gates, IDLES wore everything they had on their chests, proud of who they were, their sound, and what they stood for.

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REVIEW: The Black Keys and Band of Horses at Riverbend Music Center

Now, 20 years into their career, The Black Keys find themselves in a very luxurious position. The ability to tour the world and hit summer amphitheaters across the country and draw huge crowds. Even in a torrential downpour.

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REVIEW: Little Feat at The Taft Theatre

After having to reschedule several times, Little Feat was able to honor the lasting legacy of Waiting for Columbus’ 40th anniversary.

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Interview with Louse: Cincinnati's Gothic Tom Petty

Cincinnati’s newest Goth Rock act, Louse (Lows), sat down with CincyMusic at BAR BAR near Findlay Market to discuss how this project began and their new EP.

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REVIEW: Bon Iver at PromoWest Pavilion at OVATION

As many people who have followed Justin Vernon’s career know, he is always evolving. His trajectory has always been something of a lifecycle. From his earliest iteration of the bare stripped-down sounds of For Emma, Forever Ago to the strangely accessible experimental sound that subverted the first two records on 22, A Million, Vernon has always challenged his fans and asked them to grow with him.
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REVIEW: The Smashing Pumpkins at PromoWest Pavilion at OVATION

It's been nearly 30 years since The Smashing Pumpkins released their masterpiece Siamese Dream. A beautiful, ambitious second record that catapulted the Chicago band to 90's rock superstardom. The record was the culmination of Billy Corgan's love of classic rock's more grandiose and epic moments.
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REVIEW: Khruangbin at The Andrew J Brady Music Center

How do you describe a band entirely based on a vibe? What is the Khruangbin vibe? Simply put, it's whatever vibe you need them to be.

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REVIEW: Waxahatche at Woodward Theater

Wednesday evening, Crutchfield gave fans at the Woodward Theater a night they won’t forget.

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Joe's Truck Stop - A Conversation With Joe from Joe's Truck Stop

The story of Joe’s Truck Stop and its founder Joe Macheret is an inherently American story. A first-generation American who found a profound love of American music at an early age.

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INTERVIEW: alt-J

Now embarking on their biggest tour in several years, alt-J will be stopping through Cincinnati at the PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation in Newport, Kentucky.

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REVIEW: Billy Strings at The Andrew J Brady Music Center

This past weekend Strings and his band stopped through Cincinnati for a two-night sold-out run at the Andrew J Brady Music Center. CincyMusic got to check out the Friday night show, which left fans buzzing and eager for a second dose on Saturday.