Local R&B singer Aziza Love reaches out to the deaf and hard of hearing community in Netflix’s "Deaf U" series.
Get to know these five up-and-coming Cincinnati artists and the new music they have in store for listeners in 2021.
A Welshman’s fascination with a brand of soda led him and his bandmates to visit the Queen City and inspired an album.
This month, Mike Wade & the Nasty NATI Brass Band released its debut CD "The Nasty NATI Brass Band," available at Everybody’s Records and Shake It Records.
Chris Richardson, a self-described "pop music archeologist" and the brain behind Zero to 180, shares his favorite Cincinnati Songs.
More than 200 different recorded songs have Cincinnati in the title. How many do you know?
The University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music brings back its high-caliber arts performances with a virtual twist.
Forced to give up their annual holiday concerts, Over the Rhine's founders Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler hunker down and focus on the future.
Singer-songwriter Linsley Hartenstein’s music-making project, Darity, unites local artists to produce a distinctive and dynamic sound.
Northside’s Shake It Records devises a new, socially-distanced way to ring in the most hipster holiday of the year, Record Store Day.