Photos – Bulletville, 7/20/14, Buckle Up Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Bulletville

Bulletville

Photos by Scott Preston

http://magnoliamountain.net/

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Photos – Abigail Rose, 7/20/14, Buckle Up Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Abigail Rose

Abigail Rose

Photos by Scott Preston

http://www.abigailrosemusic.com/

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Photos – Honey and Houston, 7/20/14, Buckle Up Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Honey and Houston

Honey and Houston

Photos by Scott Preston

https://www.facebook.com/honeyandhouston

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Show Review & Photos – John Fogerty, 7/25/14, PNC Pavilion, Cincinnati, OH

John Fogerty

John Fogerty

Photos & Reviews by Toby Clark

On a beautiful summer evening along the Ohio River the crowd of around 3,000 file into the PNC Pavilion in Cincinnati, OH. to see an icon of rock and roll royalty. As it hit 8:00 the legend wasted no time as the band took the stage with the classic Creedence Clearwater Revival hit Travelin’ Band. The older crowd were on there feet singing every word right along with Fogerty. The band had a quick moment to catch a drink as Fogerty welcomes the crowd and thanks them for coming out to enjoy some great rock and roll. Fogerty told the crowd “Tonight there won’t be much talking so lets get on with it!” As the guitar riff of Green River come through the amps. As the band changed guitars, Fogerty asked did anybody attend Woodstock? he said, “I did, I took in the experience and went home and wrote this song.” As the sounds of “Who’ll Stop The Rain”. Fogerty when on to play hit after hit from the Creedence Clearwater Revival catalog along with his solo hit “Centerfield”. He did play his newest song from the 2013 album Wrote a Song for Everyone called “Mystic Highway”. Fogerty did not disappoint any of the crowd. Read more

Show Review #2 – Bunbury Music Festival, 7/11 – 7/13/14, Cincinnati, OH

Cage The Elephant

Cage The Elephant

Written by Bill Whiting

Photos by Scott Preston

The Bunbury Music Festival entered it’s third consecutive year along the banks of the Ohio river in Cincinnati, Ohio with winning results. Friday, July 11, had many shining moments, including the bump and grind party rock of Bowling Green, Kentucky’s favorite sons, Cage the Elephant. Touring behind the entrancing masterpiece recording, 2013′s Melophobia, Cage the Elephant heated up the stage by slamming into the hardcore jams of “Spiderhead” and “Come a Little Closer.” Lead singer Matthew Shultz crowd surfed across the front of the stage as he encouraged Bunbury’s revelers to “have fun.” Cincinnati and Granville, Ohio’s Black Owls made a lasting impression with their riveting performance on Bunbury’s lawn stage, covering Harry Nilsson’s “Jump into the Fire” for an enthusiastic and sweaty crowd. Los Angeles’ Fitz and the Tantrums won over the main stage following with the peppered pop confections, “Out of My League” and “The Walker” from 2013′s radio friendly project, More Than Just a Dream. Read more

Photos – Drive By Truckers, 7/19/14, Buckle Up Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Drive By Truckers

Drive By Truckers

Photos by Scott Preston

http://www.drivebytruckers.com

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Photos – Coralee and The Townies, 7/19/14, Buckle Up Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Coralee and The Townies

Coralee and The Townies

Photos by Scott Preston

http://www.coraleeandthetownies.com/

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Photos – Caitlyn Smith, 7/19/14, Buckle Up Music Festival, Cincinnati, OH

Caitlyn Smith

Caitlyn Smith

Photos by Scott Preston

http://www.caitlynsmith.com/

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Photos – Bunbury Music Festival, 7/11 – 7/13/14, Cincinnati, OH – Photos by Craig Weiglein

Empire Of The Sun

Empire Of The Sun

Photos by Craig Weiglein

http://www.bunburyfestival.com

Empire Of The Sun, Dead Sara, Fallout Boy, Fitz and The Tantrums, Haerts, Holy Ghost!, Kopecky Family Band, New Politics, Red Wanting Blue

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Show Review #1 – Bunbury Music Festival, 7/11 – 7/13/14, Sawyer Point, Cincinnati, OH

Empire Of The Sun - Bunbury Music Festival

Empire Of The Sun – Bunbury Music Festival

Written by Alex Weiglein

Photos by Craig Weiglein

Returning for its third year, the Bunbury Music Festival managed to go above and beyond everyone’s expectations. For the weekend of July 11-13, Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove were packed with people eager to see what the well-picked lineup had to offer. Booths for food, artisan goods, and even a beer garden were lining the sidewalk for people to peruse while listening to some of their favorite artists. Temperatures were considerably cooler than they had been in past years, which was a welcome change. Unfortunately, Sunday proved to have some bad weather in the beginning, forcing the Festival to shut down and rework the schedule and cut some bands short. Fingers crossed, the crowd still came out to see the bands, albeit being a noticeably smaller crowd than the day before. The weather is likely to blame, and the World Cup Finals likely had a hand (or perhaps a foot) in the attendance. Nevertheless, people were still eager to come out and hear the music and spend time at one of the best weekends Cincinnati has to offer. Read more

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