CincyGroove.com Presents: Taste of The Groove featuring Shiny and The Spoon, Shiny Old Soul
Southgate House Revival, 111 E 6th St, Newport, KY
8pm doors, 9pm show, $5 adv, $7 dos, Buy Tickets
Archive for October 2014
Interview by Scott Preston
David Nail with openers Native Run
Bogart’s, 2621 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH
7pm, Buy Tickets
Cincy Groove: How did the two of you start playing together?
Native Run: After college the two of us met at church playing on the worship team together. It was divine intervention in a way.
Cincy Groove: What did you listen to growing up?
Native Run: (Bryan) I really started listening to music in the third grade. The kids on the bus were listening to Smashing Pumpkins, Oasis. Those were some of the first cds that I bought. There was a store called Waxy Maxy’s that my dad would take me to on the weekends. Eventually I started listening to metal music, bands like Metallica. Then came bluegrass, Nickel Creek, Infamous Stringdusters. Really all over the map for me. Read more
Photos by Scott Preston
KIM TAYLOR with THE GROWNUP KIDS
Thursday, November 20, 2014
MOTR Pub, 1345 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio; 513-381-6687
free, ages 21-up, 10pm
Kim Taylor, the Cincinnati-based singer-songwriter, is known for her folk-pop songs and haunting live performances. With three acclaimed full-length albums to her credit, she’s shared stages with artists ranging from Kris Kristofferson to Ollabelle and Grace Potter and has appeared on NPR’s World Cafe Live with David Dye.
Love’s A Dog (October 2013) is Taylor’s most recent release reuniting with producer/multi-instrumentalist Jimi Zhivago (Ollabelle) and drummer Devon Ashley (Lemonheads). Recorded at NYC’s Magic Shop (Rufus Wainwright) and mixed at Brooklyn’s Mission Sound, the 11 original tracks on Love’s A Dog explore loss and the complexity of human relationships. Read more
Photo by Anna Webber
Gov’t Mule, Jackie Greene
Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
7pm doors, 8pm show, Buy Tickets
As Gov’t Mule’s 20th Anniversary rolls on, the legendary rock torchbearers are diving into their vault and for the first time have announced a series of one-of-a-kind live archival releases that speaks to the Mule’s rich, sonically colorful history and shines a light on their incendiary live sets and improvisational heartbeat. These releases will coincide with Gov’t Mule’s ongoing Fall tour and their always-anticipated Halloween and New Year’s Eve shows. Also in store for early next year, fans will get their long-awaited dose of SCO-MULE, the highly revered collaboration between Gov’t Mule and jazz guitar great John Scofield. Read more