Tag Archive for Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation

Herzog Music History Made Again: All-Seeing Eyes 7″ Release & Train Kept A-Rollin’ 65th Anniv Party – 11.11.16


The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation (CMHF), a nonprofit, run by volunteers from an underground music community since 12.03.07 has a fresh vinyl pressing from a recording session in the Historic Herzog Studios space. It’s the first vinyl pressing of the modern Herzog era and features Dr. Johnny Walker, Matthew Ayers and Kane Kitchen of All-Seeing Eyes.

Since CMHF has occupied with 60th anniversary sessions for Hank Williams and Flatt & Scruggs and officially through the City Historic Marker dedication with the 2009 CEAs, CMHF has been archiving as many performances, rehearsals, and sessions as possible. A few digital releases have made it out if you look. Read more

35th Anniversary of Who Concert Tragedy and Memorial Marker Announcement Wed 12/3 at 7 p.m



WHEN:   Wednesday, December 3 at 7 p.m.
WHERE:  Plaza between Great American Ballpark and US Bank Arena (formerly Riverfront Coliseum)
WHO:    Open to all who support efforts for permanent memorial and to honor the lives lost 35 years ago 

Beginning with the 30th anniversary on 12/3/09 of the tragic Who concert in Cincinnati on 12/3/79, The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation (CMHF), led by Bootsy Collins, has worked with family members of the eleven who died that day, as well as survivors of the concert and local officials to establish a permanent remembrance on the riverfront, notably with the Who Concert Victims Memorial Committee. CMHF supports various efforts by the various “Who concert chapters” that exist and has interacted at times with all of them.Together, a task force formed to organize several anniversary vigils and efforts under the umbrella of CMHF. CMHF is a non-profit 501c3 established 12/3/07 that has worked with other groups to establish historic markers to King Records, Herzog Studios and Hank Williams, and have partnered with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, City of Cincinnati, CEAs, Bunbury and Buckle Up, School for Creative and Performing Arts, WCET/ThinkTV, Elementz and more. Read more

“The Last Session on Brewster” – Screening At Historic Herzog King Records


Did you think the last recording session at Cincinnati’s King Records studios on 1540 Brewster Ave was in 1971?  Wrong!!!  Do you want to see recording in the building currently in gross disrepair?  Yes!!!

Dig! what Danny Adler did. See the debut screening of “The Last Session on Brewster” at Historic Herzog on Sunday, June 1 at 8 p.m.  Running time around 30 minutes.  Doors open at 7 p.m.  Free to Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation Members.  If not a member, please make a donation at door for this all-volunteer charitable organization.

“The Last Session on Brewster” is a film to be released in conjunction with Danny Adler’s new album.  The title is also a new song that tells the story of King Records and the last session on Brewster literally.  The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation is proud to provide this sneak peek and welcome Danny Adler to grace the Herzog space. Read more

Bunbury and Buckle Up Partner with Cincinnati Music Heritage Foundation

(Cincinnati, OH)  The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation (CUMHF) is humbled to be asked and accept the distinction as non-profit beneficiary of Bunbury and Buckle Up Music Festivals.  These festivals make Cincinnati a top place for fresh alternative and americana music, mixing global stars with local legends.

CUMHF exists to celebrate and preserve our region’s diverse and rich history by mixing generations and genres in contemporary installations.  Through Bunbury and Buckle Up, CUMHF will serve as ambassadors to touring artists to our historic and contemporary music heritage, by offering private opportunities to visit Historic Herzog (CUMHFs HQs), see the marker at King Records/1540 Brewster and more.

Real dollar proceeds through Bunbury & Buckle Up will assist CUMHF to continue the legacy at Historic Herzog Studios and supporting efforts like saving King Records at 1540 Brewster Ave and a Riverfront Coliseum victims/ Who concert historic marker.   Read more

Cincinnati Music Heritage Bus Tour to Include Stop At Herzog Studios on Saturday May 18

(Cincinnati, OH)  The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation will open Historic Herzog to the public on Saturday, May 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and is proud to be a stop on a new tour from Cincinnati Heritage Program Tours from the Cincinnati Museum Center.   Historic Herzog is home of the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation on the 2nd floor at 811 Race Street, Downtown.  It is where E.T. Herzog Recording Company hosted recorded sessions for Hank Williams, Bullmoose Jackson, Patti Page, and early King Records.  Currently, a photo exhibit, “Annie’s Baby Had A Baby” is on display, which was a part of FOTOFOCUS.  Herzog is also used for events and live recording sessions. It features a piano once played by Hank Williams. Read more

Photos – Hank Williams Lost Notebooks, 1/27/13, Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, Madison Theater, Covington, KY

DSC_0446-16More Photos – Hank Williams Lost Notebooks, 1/27/13, Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, Madison Theater, Covington, KY


Photos by Scott Preston Read more

Cincy Groove Presents: A Benefit Concert for The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation, Friday November 9 at The Southgate House Revival

Photo & Poster by Scott Preston

Benefit concert for Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation
Friday, November 9, 2012
Southgate House Revival, 111 E Sixth St, Newport, KY
Doors 8pm, Show at 9pm
18-20 advance $10, 18-20 day of show $12
21+ advance $8, 21+ day of show $10

Sponsors – Tone House Music – http://www.tone-house-music.com/

Emcee for the evening will be Ken Haynes from WNKU 89.7 – 104.1 – 105.9 http://www.wnku.org

Facebook event page – http://www.facebook.com/events/381743401898531/


Editors update – I will be going on Debra Randall’s WNKU radio show this Sunday October 28 at 2pm.  Joining me to talk about the benefit show will be Kelly Thomas who will be singing a couple songs with Timothy Carr & Sarah Davis from Arlo McKinley. Tune in at  89.7 – 104.1- 105.9 FM and streaming at wnku.org.

Cincy Groove is proud to bring you a benefit concert for the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation.  The concert is taking place Friday November 9, 2012 at The Southgate House Revival in Newport, KY.  The lineup for the evening includes The Cliftones, The Cincy Brass, Shoot Out The Lights, The Stories, Kelly Thomas with Arlo McKinley & Lonesome Sound, The Syd Natanists, Terminal Union, Sassy Molasses, Hank Becker (solo set, from The Rubber Knife Gang), The Young Heirlooms, Shiny Old Soul, SOUSE, Andyman Hopkins.

Set Times

9:15 – 9:55 : Bri Love
10:15 – 10:55 : Hank Becker
11:15 – 11:55 : Terminal Union
12:15 – 12:55 : Andyman Hopkins

Revival Room
9 – 9:40 : The Young Heirlooms
10:00 – 10:40 : Shiny Old Soul
11:00 – 11:40 : The Stories
12:00 – 12:40 : SOUSE
1:00 – 1:40 : Sassy Molasses

Sanctuary Room
9:00 – 9:40 : Shoot Out The Lights
10:00 – 10:50 : Kelly Thomas with Arlo McKinley & Lonesome Sound
11:10 – 12:10 : The Cincy Brass
12:30 – 1:40 : The Cliftones Read more

Video – My Buckets Got A Hole In It, 8/30/12, Herzog Studios, Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation –  http://takingyoutothebridge.org

Cincy Groove is also proud to present a benefit show for the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation.  It is taking place Friday Nov 9, 2012 at The Southgate House Revival.  More details can be found at the facebook event page – http://www.facebook.com/events/381743401898531/ Read more

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