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The "F" Bomb - Females of Folk & Funk

  • Porter Union
  • Krystal Peterson & the Queen City Band
  • Luna & the Mountain Jets
  • Ky Myle
  • Wilder
  • Jess Lamb
  • Maria Carrelli
  • Hot For Alice
  • Majorie Lee and the Lovers
  • Harlot
  • Jean Dowell
  • Freedom Nicole Moore
  • Abby Hamilton
  • Linden Hollow
  • Chelsea Ford
  • twig&leaf

There are two parts to this magical day full of photography/music made by women.

Part 1 is a free, all ages afternoon reception at the historic Herzog studio space in downtown Cincinnati and home of Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation, featuring an exhibition and reception of photographic work by Lisa, focusing on images of regional female-led musical ensembles. Part 1 is free and for all ages, and our reception is in the very space where Patti Page, Rosemary Clooney, Bull Moose Jackson, Hank Williams and others made music history from 1945-55.

Schedule of performers at Herzog is as follows:

* Kelly Fine of Young Heirlooms solo set 2-2:45

* Twig & Leaf & Moonshine & Wine combine forces to become MoonLeaf 3-3:45

* The Tammy Whynots 4-4:45

* (Special Debut!) Cincy female supergroup, Lady Parts 5-5:45

Part 2 is a grand celebration at the esteemed Southgate House Revival just across the river in Newport, Kentucky! Tickets are available for Part 2 online, with a $20 advance option including a 5x7 print from a choice of featured photographs from the Herzog reception.




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An Interview with Photographer Lisa Sullivan

"I love people. I have never met a stranger. I appreciate learning about people, helping people when I can and belonging to a community. I enjoy making people laugh, especially catching them off guard with a laugh, having a candid moment. I think that's why the photography plays a big part of who I am."

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The "F" Bomb - Females of Folk & Funk

Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 22nd! Herzog Studio and The Southgate House Revival are hosting events that feature local and regional female musicians both entitled The “F” Bomb – Females of Folk & Funk!