Ashley McBryde’s Music Career Feels Like It’s Falling into Place

The Grammy-winning country powerhouse is feeding off of a different kind of buzz these days.

Zach Williams Brings His Redemption Songs to the Taft Theatre

The Grammy-winning Christian musician is a bit more than the “normal guy” he modestly claims to be.

Napoleon Maddox Leads a One-Man French Revolution

Splitting time between France and Cincinnati, the musician/composer feels like ”the other” wherever he is—which he thinks is actually a blessing.

There’s Art for All at Northside’s OUR-Block Party

PAR-Projects hosts Saturday’s free art fair along Hoffner Street from 3 to 10 p.m.

The National Can Go Home Again

Bryce Dessner dishes on the long-awaited return of the band’s Homecoming festival.

Corinne Bailey Rae Brings Neo-Soul To Memorial Hall Next Week

The Grammy-winning musician brings her new album to one of Cincinnati's legacy concert venues just days before it releases.

Did Lafcadio Hearn Listen To The Blues In Cincinnati Way Back In 1876?

Cincinnati may not be known as the cradle of the Blues, but could the genre's early versions have been found here?

Madame Butterfly Takes off on a New Flight

Cincinnati Opera modernizes one of the artform’s iconic stories in a daring world premiere production.

97X and the Meaning of True Independence

Robin James recalls the heyday of ”the Future of Rock and Roll” in a new book discussing the importance of WOXY-FM to Cincinnati and to the music business.

Can Poetry Plus Music Create More Than a Song?

Indiana University East professors Brian Brodeur (creative writing) and Nathan Froebe (music) set a poem to music and consider the results.