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Listening in angles - An Interview with Cursive's Tim Kasher

We talk about where it all began, the band 311, how he stays inspired, the concept of authenticity, and his appreciation of the Crazy Horse Monument in the Black Hills. 

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EmiSunshine Hits SGHR

Six years after beginning to attract national attention, teenage country music sensation EmiSunshine will make her Greater Cincinnati debut with an all-ages show at Southgate House Revival in Newport on June 1st with MayaLou and a Uke!

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Greta Van Fleet Give Rock and Roll a Kick in the Pants

Every ten years or so, rock and roll starts to wheeze and you wonder if the old boy has any life in him and maybe needs to be sent out to pasture. Then some youngsters come along and give it a welcome kick in the pants and make things exciting again.

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Make Jeremy Zucker a Priority to See at Bunbury

Catch Jeremy Zucker at Bunbury Music Festival on Saturday, June 1stat 6:30 on the Sawyer Point Stage!

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Clutch at Bunbury - Reading along with the Book of Bad Decisions

When: Sunday, June 2, at 6:30pm on the Sawyer Point Stage

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Let's talk about Morbid Stuff - Pup comes to Cincinnati

Pup arrives in Cincinnati with Ratboys and Casper Skulls this coming Wednesday, May 22, where they’re headlining Bogarts

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Madison Theater - A Chat with Ian Bolender

I was able to chat with Ian Bolender, Programming & Marketing Coordinator at Nederlander Entertainment, and the person responsible for bringing so many memorable shows to Madison Theater. He talks about the venue’s history, as well as his own history booking shows, and gives us some great insight into what it’s like to work with one of the most unique spaces in the area. 

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Top Cat’s - A Chat with Rob Thomas

Top Cat’s was a Cincinnati live music staple for years, and has been a part of the vibrant, varied, and at times, worrisome history of Short Vine since the 1920’s. Throughout the 90’s into the early aughts, it was a hotspot for indie bands of all stripes.

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Catch The 1975 at Bunbury

When The 1975 closed their May 12th stop at Riverbend, I was immediately left with the feeling of wanting to see them again. Thankfully, singer Matty Healy stated Ohio and all its emo glory don’t get enough shout outs, and are returning for Bunbury as a headlining act on Sunday, June 2nd!

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Run the Jewels at Bunbury - And the crowd goes...

Their latest, RTJ3, is something of a revelation. It’s a bit more palatable than their previous two efforts - no less caustic or weird - but a more straightforward interpretation of their particular brand of mischievous and playful skewering of the standard hip-hop formula. And, frankly, it has some absolute bangers.

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Dashboard Confessional Will Not Go Unnoticed at Bunbury

Be still my heart, Dashboard Confessional is playing Bunbury Music Festival on Saturday, June 1st.

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Cincinnati’s Rock ‘n Roll Laundromat: Sudsy Malone’s

I still talk to bands to this day who remember Sudsy’s with a warm fondness. It was a truly a Queen City gem.