The Dispatch wrote More music fans are turning, returning to vinyl records Tuesday, March 4, 2008 BY AARON BECK If you had called Kyle Siegrist a genius a few years ago, he would have thanked you, then called you a fool. Five years after the audiophile opened Lost Weekend Records in Clintonville — where 90 […]
This Week News wrote Clintonville Community Market to host bands Thursday, February 21, 2008 JENNIFER NESBITT Five local bands will perform Friday night at the Crest Tavern to raise funds for the Clintonville Community Market. For a suggested donation of $6, market supporters will be able to enjoy the music and will be treated to […]
The Alive wrote Bourbon on the rock By Bryan Bullock January 31, 2008 You don’t expect many frills from a bar that advertises, on its MySpace page, a working urinal and a staff that despises BS. No need to be concerned, though. Cafe Bourbon Street’s rough edges only bolster the joint’s good-humored, rock ‘n’ roll […]
The Lantern wrote Columbus music scene out of tune Amy Hoover Issue date: 1/28/08 Every night in Columbus, a different band hooks up its amps and pours its hearts out to bar audiences. Some might be playing for the first time, and others have been playing for years and are still considered underground. The music […]
The Alive wrote The High Life By Brittany Kress January 17, 2008 The High Five’s black-and-red checkered décor makes it feel like a massive chessboard, and Brian Kralj an oversized, unmoving knight. Kralj, the Short North bar’s general manager and one of three bartenders, has been on High Five’s staff almost as long as he’s […]
Check out the paper this week to read more about the bands. Then be sure to come to Skully’s Music Diner on Saturday for a free show. All five bands will perform. Also, it’s free. Doors open at 9 p.m; music starts shortly after. CHECK OUT THE BANDS HERE!