Friday, April 24, 2009
I had the pleasure to sit down with Cincinnati's own Bootsy Collins and talk with him about his numerous musical projects and his restaurant/music museum that he has started with Jeff Ruby. Some of his notable projects he is involved in include a Fallen Soldiers memorial cd that includes Charlie Daniels and George Duke that will help raise funds for a Fallen Soldiers memorial to built here in Cincinnati. Bootsy is also heavily involved in bringing national attention to the history and influence that King Records has had on music.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Video - Rumpke Mountain Boys, 4.18.09, Everybody's Records, Cincinnati, OH (Record Store Day)
Monday, April 20, 2009
Video of The Rumpke Mountain Boys, 4.18.09, Earth Day at Sawyer Point, Cincinnati, OH:
Saturday, April 4, 2009
"FANTA" (original version) - the first mix, first video, first single from the new ISWHAT?! CD "BIG APPETITE" available everywhere FALL 2009
Saturday, March 14, 2009
Photos - Peter Frampton, Gary Burbank - Play It Forward Concert For a Cause, 3.12.09, Madison Theater, Covington, KY
Photos of the Play It Forward Concert For A Cause, 3.12.09, Madison Theater, Covington, KY. Featuring bands: Gary Burbank & Blue Run, The Blue Birds, Tracy Walker, Scotty Anderson, Ricky Nye, Sonny Moorman, Noah Hunt & The 420 Allstars, Keith Little, Rootbound, Roger Yeardley, Peter Frampton, Drew Lanius
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Even though the Heartless Bastards are now based in Austin, they will always be a Cincinnati band. They have come a long way from playing that first gig at The Comet
here in Cincinnati to touring with The Black Keys, getting a very positive review in
SPIN Magazine, and playing on David Letterman on Feb 10. Erika Wennerstrom was kind
enough to speak with me about the band and about their new album "The Mountain" which
was just released on Feb 3rd. They will also be having a cd release show on 3/25/09 at The Madison Theater in Covington, KY.
My Interview with Erika from The Heartless Bastards:
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Cincy Groove Magazine is proud to announce our very first house concert. It will feature 2 very talented ukulele singer/songwriters, Amber Nash from Shiny & The Spoon and Victoria Vox. It will be taking place on Thursday Feb 26, 2009 in Cincinnati, OH. Opening the evening will be Shiny & The Spoon (Amber Nash & Jordan Neff), from 8 - 8:45pm. Followed by Victoria Vox from 9 - 10:15pm.
18+, $10 ticket presale, space is limited, buy your tickets now!