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Melissa Etheridge Performing at The Taft Theatre On 8/19

Melissa Etheridge

8/19/19

Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH

6:30pm doors, 7:30pm show, Buy Tickets

Iconic GRAMMY and Oscar-winning singer/songwriter and activist, Melissa Etheridge released her new album, The Medicine Show, April 12, 2019 via Concord Records. Reunited with celebrated producer John Shanks (Keith Urban, Bon Jovi, Kelly Clarkson) Melissa sounds as rousing as ever, bringing a new level of artistry to her 15th studio recording. Known for her passionate and dynamic live performances, she is currently on tour supporting the new release.

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Chuck Mead Releases New Album, Close To Home, Coming To Southgate House Revival On 7/28

Chuck Mead
Chuck Mead

Cosmic Honky Tonk Revue with Jason Ringenberg, Jim Lauderdale, Chuck Mead

7/28/19

Southgate House Revival, 111 E 6th St, Newport, KY

6:30pm doors, 7pm show, Buy Tickets

Neo-traditional honky-tonker Chuck Mead serves up a Memphis-spiced hardcore country platter with Close to Home, due for release on June 21, 2019. The 11-track collection, on Nashville independent label Plowboy Records, is the follow-up to Mead’s first Plowboy release, 2015’s Free State Serenade. Recorded at the historic Sam Phillips Recording Studios in Memphis, Tenn., the album was produced by acclaimed Memphis recording engineer and producer Matt Ross-Spang.

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Americana Rising Star Lazer Lloyd Plays Trashgrass Tuesday at Stanley’s Pub, July 16

Lazer Lloyd
Lazer Lloyd

photo credit Nir Amitay

Lazer Lloyd has created a powerful and unique blend of roots rock, Americana, folk, country and blues. The international recording artist, singer-songwriter and guitarist sings about life’s struggle for love, meaning, and the strength to hang on and discover joy along the way. His warm connection with each audience makes every show a new journey with acoustic heart and electric fire… Lazer Lloyd debuts at Staley’s Pub on Tuesday, July 16. Doors open at 8:00 PM.

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Shovels & Rope At Riverbend Music Center On July 19 With Tedeschi Trucks Band ad Blackberry Smoke

Shovels & Rope
Shovels & Rope

7/19/19 – PNC Pavilion, 6295 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, OH, 7pm show, Buy Tickets

Acclaimed duo Shovels & Rope will perform with Tedeschi Trucks Band at Riverbend Music Cener on July 19 in support of their new album By Blood (April 12, Dualtone Music). Known for their honest, literate and narrative-driven songwriting, Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent (aka Shovels & Rope) inject raw and fiercely passionate emotion into the 10 new tracks on By Blood. The husband and wife team have built a reputation as boldly honest, heart-on-sleeve artists who put everything into their craft and their incendiary live performances. View the NPR Music First Listen Feature for more insight.

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The Wood Brothers Announce Fall Tour Dates – Coming To The Taft Theatre On 11/10

The Wood Brothers
The Wood Brothers

The Wood Brothers

11/10/19

Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH

7pm doors, 8pm show, Buy Tickets

The Wood Brothers have announced Fall 2019 tour dates. The 14-show run focuses on the Midwest and Texas beginning in November and concluding in December, including stops at Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, OH, The Pageant in St. Louis, MO and The Paramount Theatre in Austin, TX. Artist pre-sale tickets for the tour go on-sale Wednesday, June 19 (10am local) with password HAPPINESSJONES. Local pre-sale begins Thursday, June 20 (10am local) with password LUCKIEST. General public tickets are available on Friday, June 21 (10am local).

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Railbird Festival Announces Culinary & Bourbon Offerings

Patrons of Railbird Festival can expect an exciting lineup of culinary and Bourbon offerings at the inaugural event, which will take place August 10-11 at The Grounds at Keeneland. Sip & Savor experiences will cater to the festival’s foodies, while The Rickhouse will give festival-goers a taste of Kentucky’s finest Bourbons.

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Celebrate July 4th with the Cincinnati Pops at Riverbend Music Center

A summer tradition returns to Riverbend Music Center on the Fourth of July when the Cincinnati Pops presents “Red, White, and BOOM,” a concert celebrating American independence and musical traditions. John Morris Russell leads the family-friendly Pops performance, featuring guest artists Six-String Soldiers US Army Field Band, Cincinnati Pops Chorale, and Broadway star and Tony Award nominee Montego Glover —all this along with Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks after the concert. The Pops series is presented by PNC and kids 17 and under are free on the lawn courtesy of Toyota.

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Cory Branan Coming To Madison Live On 7/22

Cory Branan
Cory Branan

Amigo The Devil with Cory Branan, Wonky Tonk

7/22/19

Madison Live, 734 Madison Ave, Covington, KY

7pm doors, 8pm show, All Ages, Buy Tickets

ADIOS is Cory Branan’s death record. Not the cheeriest of openings, but like all of Branan’s mercurial work, it’s probably not what you think. As funny and defiant as it is touching and sad, this self-dubbed “loser’s survival kit” doesn’t spare its subjects or the listener.

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The Steel Woods Performing At Festival On The Lake In Alexandria on 8/10

The Steel Woods
The Steel Woods

Nashville based Southern-inspired rock band The Steel Woods will perform at Festival on the Lake on August 10 in support of their recent album Old News (Woods Music/Thirty Tigers). Centered around the soulful and commanding vocals of lead singer Wes Bayliss and the instrumental prowess of guitarist Jason (Rowdy) Cope, The Steel Woods are a band steeped in Southern culture with a modern approach and powerful intensity.

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Ever More Nest Coming To Stanleys Pub On 7/10

Ever More Nest
Ever More Nest

Ever More Nest

7/10/19

Stanleys Pub, 323 Stanley Ave, Cincinnati, OH

9pm show

Ever More Nest pairs Kelcy Mae’s signature poetic lyricism with a musical style that can set you simultaneously on a rural dirt road and a gritty, big-city street. The project’s debut album, The Place That You Call Home, was just nominated for Best Alt-Country Album in the 2019 Independent Music Awards. It centers on the idea of place, from the fallen trees of “North Mississippi” to the infinite stars of “Major Tom.” The New Orleans-based band is currently touring the US with notable stops at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in DC and the Emerging Artists Series Stage at Summerfest in Milwaukee.

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