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Concert Preview: The Tillers at Woodlands Tavern

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Concert Preview: The Tillers at Woodlands Tavern

Cincinnati band The Tillers are making a stop in Columbus on their way to this year’s Brooklyn Folk Festival. They’re folk musicians with punk rock backgrounds that give their Americana sound a little bit of a bite. The band will be at Woodlands Tavern this Tuesday, April 15th. They’ve been touring like crazy, but Mike […]

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Concert Preview: Back Tax Music Festival at Park Street Saloon

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Concert Preview: Back Tax Music Festival at Park Street Saloon

Looking to listen to some great tunes and support a great cause? A chance to do just that is coming up on Saturday, April 12th at Park Street Saloon. The event is William the Accountant and CD102.5’s Back Tax Music Festival. This is the second year for the event, which will include both local and […]

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Preview: Snowmine at Double Happiness

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Preview: Snowmine at Double Happiness

Snowmine is a Brooklyn-based band that is making their way cross-country on a tour to support their new, self-released, album called Dialects. Their latest single is called “Columbus” and that’s exactly where they’ll be this Tuesday, April 8th. They’ll be performing at Double Happiness with Small Black and The Halamays. The band is made up […]

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Lost and found: Ryan Smith releases new EP this Friday

Josh Fitzwater Josh Fitzwater Lost and found: Ryan Smith releases new EP this Friday

Columbus’ perennial six-string storyteller Ryan Smith is set to release an album of “lost” songs that span his more than decade-long career. He’ll have his first CD release show since 2006 this Friday at (the Mighty) Quinn Fallon’s Little Rock Bar at 7 pm with opener Dos Gravediggers. His new record, Lost Dogs, finds him […]

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Independents’ Day is Relocating to Franklinton

Walker Evans Walker Evans Independents’ Day is Relocating to Franklinton

The seventh annual Independents’ Day Festival will take place September 19th through 21st, but don’t show up to Gay Street expecting the exciting. The event is relocating to Franklinton for the first time, shifting the action to Lucas Street — a small brick street bordered by 400 West Rich to the south, the new Columbus […]

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Preview: Cherub at The Basement

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Preview: Cherub at The Basement

Cherub is going viral with their catchy tune “Doses and Mimosas.” They’re making tons of festival appearances this year, including Firefly, and Bonnaroo. In recent years they’ve also hit up Lollapalooza, SXSW, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits, Hangout Fest, and pretty much every other major music fest you can think of. Now they’ll be bringing […]

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Metallica Producer Flemming Rasmussen to Visit Capital University

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Metallica Producer Flemming Rasmussen to Visit Capital University

The name Flemming Rasmussen may not ring any bells, but if you’re a heavy metal fan, you’ve probably heard some of his work. The Grammy-winning producer worked with Metallica on their early albums Ride The Lightening, Master of Puppets, and …And Justice For All, which were released in 1984, 1986, and 1988 respectively. Now Rasmussen will […]

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