Elaine Diehl shares this week's musical happenings & news
This week's "Music Notes" covers a number of events in honor of King Records 75th anniversary in September, tickets going on sale this week for John Mellencamps's February tour coming to the Aronoff, and a number of local concerts including Oktoberfest Zinzinnati in downtown Cincinnati.
This week's musical events include many local concerts as well as several events in honor of the 75th anniversary of King Records. Tickets are going on sale Friday, September 14th for two December shows by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and also concerts by Cher in Louisville and Indianapolis.
The GoFundMe campaign in support of a documentary about the great saxophonist Jimmy McGary will end Saturday, September 15th.
September starts off with a number of King Records-related events which continue throughout the month. Concerts, panels, a twist dance at the Cincinnati Reds, a King tribute by Roomful of Blues are just some of the lineup. There's a GoFundMe page to raise funds for a Jimmy McGary documentary, plus music lessons and lots of concerts in this week's Music Notes!
This week's Music Notes includes local jazz concerts, auditions for the May Festival's Youth Chorus, WVXU's first King Records special about Moon Mullican, a new Christmas album by Eric Clapton, and an Opera Fusion: New Works collaboration.
Here's Elaine Diehl with this week's music happenings!
What an exciting time of music happenings in the Cincinnati area this week! One of the most exciting ones is the 3-day appearance, 8/17-19, at the Greenwich House Gallery of Ron Campbell who was animator of the Yellow Submarine movie and the Saturday morning Beatles ABC-TV cartoon series in the 60s as well as many other popular cartoons.
There are also upcoming concerts at Riverbend, the Aronoff Center, and a number of jazz venues including the Hilton Netherland, Schwartz's Point, and Washington Platform.
Here's Elaine Diehl with this week's "Music Notes"!
From new beer cans from Listermann Brewing Company honoring King Records musicians to the Cincy Blues Fest, the Bellwether Music Festival, and local concerts, this week's "Music Notes" has something to offer everyone.
Here's Music Notes for the busy week of July 23rd. You'll hear about lots of jazz concerts around town, an Indiana Fingerstyle Guitar Festival, a new concert series at Baker Hunt, the Dayton Celtic Festival, auditions for May Festival's adult chorus, and a reggae concert this fall, plus much more.
Lee Hay fills in for vacationing Elaine Diehl this week with Music Notes
This week's "Music Notes" for the week of July 16th include events at Herzog Music, many jazz concerts, a couple of music festivals, and the Who's "Tommy" production coming to Memorial Hall in September.
Concerts, concerts, and more concerts all around the Cincinnati area are included in this week's edition of Music Notes. You'll also hear about the passing of Danny Kirwan who was a guitarist with Fleetwood Mac, about a new film with Tom Waits appearing in it, and a new song released by John Fogerty & ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons.
Lots of happenings coming up in the Cincinnati area this month including concerts by local and national musicians, the Juneteenth Festival in Eden Park, and the Rhythm & Brews festival at Miami Valley Gaming. You'll also hear about the passing of Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater, music-related jobs with ArtsWave, and much more on this week's edition of Music Notes.
This week's edition of The Blues, Saturday, May 26th at 11pm, features interviews with three blues musicians: Ben Levin, EG Kight, and Marcia Ball, plus songs by Trombone Shorty and Galactic who are coming to the PNC Pavilion in August.
This week's edition of "Music Notes" including information about new releases at Shake It Records and by Fred Hersch. There are also many upcoming concerts and festivals. Plus very special collaborative visual/musical projects by Ric Hordinski & Michael Wilson. WVXU/WMUB will also air a 2-hour special about Joni Mitchell from 10pm-midnight on Saturday evening, June 2nd.
This week's blues show, Saturday, May 19th at 11pm, begins with the legendary Koko Taylor along with Robben Ford and Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters in the first set. The second set features Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Ruth Brown, Brad Hatfield, and guitarist Johnny A. Joe Louis Walker starts off the third set followed by Debbie Davies, Tommy Castro & the Painkillers, and Joanna Connor. And, John Mayall takes us out with "Congo Square."