Their ninth album "To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere" brings the band back on the road for the first time in four years
California post-hardcore veterans Thrice stopped in Columbus this past week to promote their ninth album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. Their show at Newport Music Hall on Wednesday night was a midpoint of the second leg of their fall US tour, which will wrap on October 9th in Santa Ana. To Be Everywhere […]
The fun-loving Cincinnati-based rockers brought new music from their EP "Dark Daze" to the SoHud bar on January 6th and are planning a return to Columbus in March.
The members of Automagik made an unassuming entrance onto Rumba Café’s performance stage; typical set up, typical mike check. The crowd was palpably subdued – possibly feeling a bit wistful after the conclusion local troubadour Sam Bodary and his outfit Hello Emerson’s skilled but pensive set. Looking decidedly more rock-and-roll than their predecessors (Grand Rapids […]
First things first… Happy New Year! 2009 is finally here! 2008 had its ups and downs, which we’ll be covering over the course of the next two weeks as we release the results of our recent “Best of 2008” survey. We’ve launched a weekly audio podcast show, and the very first episode is a special […]
The Dispatch wrote Advocacy group to visit city Sunday, November 30, 2008 BY MICHAEL GROSSBERG Americans for the Arts, a national advocacy group, will hold its first national meeting in Columbus to focus on how art and culture can revitalize urban districts. Artists, businessmen, developers and city planners from across the country will gather Friday […]
This Week News wrote Tour to highlight Merion Village landmarks Wednesday, September 24, 2008 By DAVID J. CROSS The Columbus Landmarks Foundation will hold a walking tour of Merion Village this weekend. The walk will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sept. 28. The tour begins at the Merion Village Information Center, 1330 […]
I’m going to try my best for this review, and I’ll say right up front that my best simply isn’t good enough. I’ve managed to make it through Ozzfest on five occasions in my lifetime, but I’ve never managed to attempt a multi-day rock and roll festival. I was a fallback, a stand-in if you […]