The Hold Steady will be performing at Bogart’s on April 22.
In case you missed it on March 3 , Brooklyn-based rock band The Hold Steady were special musical guests on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers. The band performed “Spinners,” the first single from their upcoming new studio album Teeth Dreams, to be released on March 25. Read more
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra announces that the Saturday, March 22 program of the MusicNOW Festival will feature enhanced lighting by Meagan Metcalf. Ms. Metcalf will design choreographed concert lighting which will complement two works on the program: Penderecki’s Polymorphia and Jonny Greenwood’s 48 Responses to Polymorphia. These original visual enhancements will reflect the dynamic qualities each work presents. The program also includes Prokofiev’s Scythian Suite and a world premiere by David Lang.
The CSO’s pioneering MusicNOW collaboration represents a spirit of experimentation permeating Louis Langrée’s inaugural season as CSO Music Director. The Festival takes place Friday and Saturday, March 21-22 at historic Music Hall. In addition to two main concert performances with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, opening acts will be performed by local band Little Lights (Friday evening) and singer-songwriters Olga Bell and Will Oldham (Saturday). Read more
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Amos Lee is performing TONIGHT 3/7 at The Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
Live from Daryl’s House celebrates it’s Philadelphia roots in its new Pawling, N.Y., location as fellow City of Brotherly Love native Amos Lee joins Daryl Hall for the show’s 66th and latest installment. The episode premieres on Viacom’s high-definition music channel Palladia on Thursday, February 27 and on the VH1 App on March 7 before being made available April 15 on Daryl’s dedicated LFDH.com website, the first to be filmed at Daryl’s still-under-construction new “clubhouse,” a combination concert venue and restaurant he is currently restoring as a future home for the show. Read more
The Forecastle Festival returns this summer led by hip hop royalty, Outkast; 21st-century rocker Jack White and alt-rock renaissance man, Beck. The three-day music celebration, now in its 12th year, will take place July 18-20, 2014, at the award-winning Waterfront Park, a sweeping green space on the banks of the Ohio River, framed by the skyline of downtown Louisville.
The Replacements, Ray Lamontagne, Band of Horses, Spoon, Nickel Creek, Dwight Yoakam, Twenty One Pilots, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Local Natives and Gary Clark Jr., plus more than 40 others round out the lineup. Louisville-based post-rock outfit, Slint, will also reunite for their first hometown show in nearly 10 years. A full list of confirmed acts can be found below. Read more