Distractions abound: “Friends” from third grade might just want to say hello, and maybe get a free ticket and CD, or there could be well-meaning members of the extended family who want to catch up with each other while the opener is singing.
Expectations were high for the Tedeschi Trucks Band show at the Taft Theatre Thursday. After all, this was the group whose "Revelator" album was No. 1 in last year's Top 89 voting by WNKU-FM listeners.
Tunes & Blooms truly is the place to be Thursday night's in April. Last week, we set a new attendance record at Tunes & Blooms with The Tillers and Shiny & the Spoon. Over 4300 people came through the gates of the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens to soak up the beautiful weather and hear some of the best local talent our region has to offer. Tonight will be no different as we welcome back perennial favorites Jake Speed & the Freddies and The Turkeys for the series finale.
For many people, mid-life is a time of crisis. For the Cowboy Junkies, it is filled with inspiration.
The veteran Canadian band thoroughly entertained an enthusiastic crowd at the 20th Century in Oakley Tuesday night with a mixture of new and old tunes. The new ones came from “The Nomad Series,” the band’s ambitious 18-month project that produced four CDs.