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The Bulletin Board — 66 Comments

  1. Full Moon Ranch has a couple of gigs this weekend.
    We will play at the Front Street Cafe this Saturday night May 21, 7-10.
    If you haven’t been, it’s worth checking out this quaint little restaurant by the
    Ohio river. On Sunday, we’ll be at the Hyde Park Farmers’ Market from 9:30-1:00.
    Come by and give a listen. Thanks!

  2. Full Moon Ranch will perform at the College Hill Coffee Co. tonight,
    Friday May 6th, 7:30-9:30. Come on out for live music and some good food & coffee…….and they now have beer!

  3. Full Moon Ranch will be performing at the Plain Folk Cafe this Friday, Jan. 29th
    7:30-10:00. If you haven’t been there, it’s worth checking out. It’s an old school
    converted into a restaurant where MUSIC is center-stage. Come out to the country
    and enjoy some good food and live music.

  4. Full Moon Ranch invites you to the College Hill Coffee Company
    this Saturday, Dec. 19th. We will perform from 7:30-9:30.
    Come out and enjoy some food, drink and live music.

  5. I am looking for a hammered dulcimer. Used if in good shape would work but even better if new and made locally by a club member. Facebook me. greg.sack.3

  6. Full Moon Ranch is performing Friday, November 27, day after Thanksgiving, at the Front Street Cafe, New Richmond, Ohio.
    Let someone else do the cooking and spend a relaxing evening with us in this cozy
    historic river town. Great food, spirits, coffee, dessert, and MUSIC! Love to see you!

    Dinner reservations strongly recommended @ (513) 553-4800. Dinner service from 5 PM, entertainment from 7 to 10PM.


    …checking in from Venice, Fl….I miss sitting in with you people (I’m the guy who had a slide guitar part for every song, no matter the genre !)….samples from my current project, just launching in the Sarasota – Venice – area….if you’re down this way, check out our soundcloud page for performance listings…this place is apparently where guitar pickers go to keep their fingers warm…a very welcoming music community…
    John Kuhn

  8. Full Moon Ranch will be performing at the Mt. Washington Pumpkin Chuck this Saturday 12:30-2:00. Come watch catapults fling yesterday’s jack-o-lanterns……..and hear a little music too! Food & drink, children’s activities, admission is free.

  9. Full Moon Ranch will be playing Thursday, September 24th, down on the river at the
    Front Street Cafe from 7-10. We hope to be out in the courtyard, since it is supposed to be great weather. Jody’s family has lived in this area for four generations and she is excited to play on her side of town. Come on out, we’d love to share the evening with you!

  10. Wow! The first of this year’s QCB Summer Concerts (ArtSong, EdenSong, whatever) was tonight, and it was great!!! The weather (and traffic) were terrible tonight, and I was so glad that we have moved these concerts indoors. Cousin Chuck Black did a stellar job with the sound production tonight. All four of the acts were super! But, the show put on by the Back Porch Hounds was one of the best QCB Summer Concert performances ever!

    Cousin Chris, who was a lot of fun as tonight’s MC, announced that no final decision has yet been made about where the next season of the Leo Coffee House will be held, but rumors about this were flying around the audience.

    Cousin Joanie tells me that the results of the membership survey about where to have Leo were pretty evenly split between Norwood and Mount Healthy, with Avondale coming in a distant third. But I was hearing some pretty wild stories tonight about how going back to Norwood (which is the smallest of the three proposed venues) would cost us more than twice what we were paying for Mount Healthy and triple what we had paid for Norwood in the past. Kind of sounds like desperate gouging by a failing organization, don’t you think?

  11. Everything happens for a reason. The Queen City Balladeers and The Leo CoffeeHouse are so extremely fortunate to have found their way to Mount Healthy and Hamilton Avenue at this time. The location and the timing could not be better! The communities and neighborhoods along Hamilton Avenue–from Northside, to College Hill and North College Hill, and then Mount Healthy–are in the process of becoming Cincinnati’s Beale Street. The Northside Tavern, The Comet, the College Hill Coffee Company, Buddy Rogers Music, Vernon’s and Miss Kitty’s Music Studio, and the Pit-to-Plate restaurant are all involved with supporting many of the same kinds of music that are performed at The Leo CoffeeHouse. Opportunities for community involvement abound here –which in turn provide the Queen City Balladeers with opportunities for growth and achievement of its mission. How can we not take advantage of this? It’s true, you know; everything does happen for a reason.

  12. I agree about the stage at the Mount Healthy location for Leo. Besides the visibility of the performers, I like the lighting on the stage at the Mount Healthy location. –it is so very much better for taking pictures of the performers!

  13. Full Moon Ranch has a new Facebook page. Hope you’ll stop by and give us a “like” to help us boost our views, respond to Question of the Week, or check out our schedule. It’s all about having fun and sharing the music!

  14. Cousin Rick told me that one of the highlights of the 2014-2015 season at The Leo was the performance of the Jericho Old-Time Band. He said that he especially enjoyed watching Amy Clay set down her banjo and then clog dance on the bare wooden stage at The Leo Coffeehouse in Mount Healthy.

  15. Cousin Emmy tells me that she really likes the raised stage at the current location for The Leo Coffeehouse in Mount Healthy. She says the line-of-sight to view the performers from most locations in the audience area is so much better than what we have had at other locations, and it is because the stage is raised about one foot above the level of the audience. What do y’all think about this? Is this an important consideration when deciding whether or not we should stay in Mount Healthy?

  16. What’s all this about moving The Leo Coffeehouse again? Cousin Jim tells me that one of the possible new locations is the Unitarian Church in Avondale. But Jim said he is opposed to going there because he would not be able to eat a cookie and sip his coffee in the room where the performances would be. So, what do y’all think about this??? Is Jim right about this? After all, The Leo is a COFFEEhouse. And, it is all about the COFFEE, right???

  17. Hey, folks! Cousin Phil told me about a good festival that is coming up this Summer. It’s called Rompfest, at Owensboro, KY, on June 24th to June 27th, by the International Bluegrass Music Museum. –many acts, spread over four days, including, Del McCoury, Sam Bush, John Prine, Hot Rize, Punch Brothers, Fairfield Four, and lots more! (

  18. Jake Kolesar has had to cancel for today’s show at City Hall, but Warren and Judy Waldron have graciously agreed to fill his spot for us.

  19. QCB to Perform for Cincinnati City Council on Wednesday!!!

    Cincinnati City Council has requested a performance by the Queen City Balladeers. It will occur on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 8th, in council chambers at City Hall, at about 1:30 p.m. Like all City Council meetings, it will be open to the public. If you can come to the performance, plan to arrive plenty early (say, about 12:30 p.m.) to allow time to get through security screening. Performers will include Ed Stapleton and Jody Knoop, Dean Vamvas, Jake Kolesar, and Christine Bieri.

  20. I am really looking forward to seeing Jean Dowell with Mike Oberst at the special Leo CoffeeHouse at the First Unitarian Church on Linton Street in Avondale this coming Sunday, April 12th. Jean is a singer/songwriter from Union Grove, North Carolina. In the late 1960s, when I was a student at U.C., I used to go down to Union Grove, North Carolina, on Easter weekends to attend the Old-Time Fiddlers Convention there. I believe I went there three times. I remember that Ringling Brothers (or was it Barnum & Bailey?) used to come and set up a huge circus tent –the kind that could hold a three-ring circus with trapeze acts, etc.– on the farm of J. Pierce VanHoy at Union Grove, North Carolina, for these several-day events. The only performer that I specifically remember is George Pegram, a banjo player; but, of course, there were many amazing fiddlers, young and old. George, who was elderly when I saw him, was very entertaining, and I bought his record album. It is Rounder Records #0001. George’s picture on the front of the album was taken in 1967 at the Old-Time Fiddlers Convention at Union Grove, North Carolina.

  21. The Martin Guitar Raffle tickets have arrived and went on sale last night at the Ham Jam. They are $5 each, or five for $20.

  22. I’m sad to report that Louise Anderson died November 21 at her Michigan home where she lived for the past decade or two. She was active in the QCB in the early years maybe into the 80s or more. She played electric and string bass and tuba. Later she played her tuba in a traditional jazz band at Arnold’s and other venues. Then she acquired horses and carriages and offered carriage rides in downtown Cincinnati and elsewhere. When she retired to Michigan, her horses went with her.

    My web page is included only to identify me and my latest musical venture. I’m in San Francisco for 10 years now, before that 25 years in LA area. My brother Mike was one of the founders of QCB, and I was at that first meeting, but too young to join.

  23. DECEMBER 7TH, 2014 7:30PM
    Peggy Welty @ Leo Coffeehouse : United Methodist Church at 7612 Perry St. in Mt. Healthy

    Peggy has opened for international guitarist / artist Adrian Legg, played the Grand Old Opry prior to high school graduation, taught guitar, and annoyed and entertained a variety of neighbors near the places she has lived. “…from Beethoven to Led Zeppelin, I love to play it all!”

  24. The Cincinnati Dancing Pigs play (almost) every first Saturday of the month at Arnold’s Bar and Grill, and has been doing so for many, many years; before that it was the first Wednesday. This coming Saturday, December 6, we will be celebrating the season there with the release of a new CD. Ronda is also putting the plaque on the wall that we received at this year’s National Jug Band Jubilee in Louisville when we were inducted into the Jug Band Hall of Fame.

  25. My song “4 Is For The Road” off the new EP — Be A Girl Again — is in one of the indie films playing on Sunday at The Carnegie.
    From Cincinnati-based Mirepoix Pictures
    World Premiere Screening
    Sunday 6:30
    followed by Filmmaker Q&A and Reception t

  26. Jody and Ed will be playing at the Taft Museum this Saturday, Sept. 20th, from 12-2 for the lunch concert series. Free Parking and no entrance fee if you are just there for lunch/snack and music, but of course the Taft has wonderful galleries to view as well.

    This Tuesday, the 23rd of Sept., Full Moon Ranch (Jody, Ed, and Spencer) will be performing at the Fitton Arts Center at 7:00pm

    Hope you can join us. Always great to see friends!!

  27. Elaine and I are going to see one of our favorite performers – Ellis Paul – at this cool little inn out in Brown County, Ohio this Friday. Also performing is Rebecca Loeb,

    Below is some information on the venue and how to get tickets.


    4843 Brown County Inn Rd
    Lynchburg, Ohio 45142
    Note: Route 50 from Cincinnati is closed East in\Owensville resulting in a 30 minute detour.

    If you don’t know Ellis Paul or Rebecca Loeb, here are links to some YouTube videos.

  28. Hello! I am an older female lead/duet/harmony vocalist looking for eclectic group. Styles include rock, Americana, folk, alt-country, classic country, jazz. Seeking acoustic/electric group – coffee house with a kick. Please contact Melissa – Thanks!

  29. Spencer, Ed, and Jody are “Full Moon Ranch” playing at the College Hill Coffee Co. this Saturday night (June 14th) from 7:30-9:30. We would love to see you!

  30. Yesterday I was in Oxford to pick up a guitar. I couldn’t resist playing my new guitar and the weather was nice so I sat at a table on the park square downtown and played. After I had been there for a while a nice lady and a young man walked by and told me I should join them at the open mic being held at La Piñata Mexican Bar & Grille just around the corner. They were so nice I decided to go. It was a lot of fun. I played a couple of songs and met a nice group of people. I thought I would give them a plug here. The open mic is held on Wednesday nights from 6:00-9:00 PM. La Piñata is located at 35 East Church Street in Oxford. You can call ahead at (513) 523-2827 to get more info. Next time I go I’m going to eat there, the food looks good.


    May 17, 2014 Doors open at 7pm
    Legends Nightclub
    3801 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, OHIO 45211 513-662-1222

    7pm to 8pm Dick Buccholz

    8pm-midnight The Sonny Moorman Group

    with SPECIAL Guest:
    GRAMMY winning songwriter JIM McCARTY : Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels, The Buddy Miles Express, Cactus, and The Rockets
    Advance Tickets: $10.00 includes Reserved Seating @ $10.00 at the door

    Guitars 4 Vets Chapter 7 Cincinnati

    Epiphone Les Paul Standard

    For more information: 513-835-3496 or email to

  32. UPCOMING Show:
    Guitars 4 Vets Cincinnati Chapter 7 will be holding their 1st Anniversary Concert on Saturday May 17, 2014 at Legends Nightclub in Cheviot.

    Music by The Sonny Moorman Groups featuring special guest, GRAMMY winning songwriter: Jim McCarty. Jim is a former member of the Detroit Wheels (1964-66), The Buddy Miles Express, The Rockets and Cactus.

    More information will be coming soon. For information email us at

  33. “Full Moon Ranch” is the trio featuring Spencer Funk, Ed Stapleton, and Jody Knoop.
    We will be singing and playing an assortment of covers and originals this Friday, the 7th of Feb. at the College Hill Coffee Co. 7:30-9:30.

    We hope you will come join us. It’s a perfect place to be on a chilly winter evening!

  34. Yep, that’s me in the Santa suit singing Santa Claus Is Coming to Town with my ukulele. Take a look at all 10 nominated videos of holiday songs. The voting instructions say “be sure to vote in just one category at a time.” My video is in the Solo Individual category. The voting results will be announced December 6. That’s Saint Nicholas Day.

    The song debuted on radio in 1934 and became an instant hit. I found the intro verse on a Manhattan Transfer album. Thanks to videographer Bob Danielson, audio recordist Dick Wahlberg, and the Schoenberg guitar shop in Tiburon for the background full of ukuleles.
    On the Ukulele Magazine web site, you can read the 3 past issues, sign up for a free newsletter, or pay for a magazine subscription. Ukulele Mag is published by the same folks as Guitar Player magazine. I wish you happy holidays and a fruitful new year.
    Aloha. Erich Sylvester, now in San Francisco
    The band also has a facebook page.

  35. Hey, everyone. Here’s some information about an event and an organization that I think is worth supporting.

    On Sunday November 10, the local chapter of Guitars 4 vets will be auctioning off over 30 guitars and amplifiers and holding a benefit concert featuring Dick and The Roadmasters, Old Skool, and Sonny Moorman at the Legends Nightclub, 3801 Harrison Ave in Cheviot.

    The auction and concert will raise money to support Cincinnati Chapter 7 of Guitars 4 Vets. The event starts at 4 p.m. and music will start around 6 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge.

    Guitars 4 Vets is a national non-profit organization that shares the healing power of music by providing free guitar instruction, a new acoustic guitar, and a guitar accessory kit to veterans. The structured program is run by volunteers at Veterans Administration (VA) Medical facilities. Richard Hutchinson is the founder and coordinator of the Cincinnati Chapter.

    You won’t have to be at the show to participate in the auction.

    “We will be having three types of auctions: live, silent, and online bidding at the show,” Hutchinson said. “We are working with Everything But The House, a local online auction company, to sell some of the stuff that will be available worldwide.”

    Brand names of the equipment being auctioned include Edwards (ESP Japan), Epiphone, Squire, Cort, Yamaha, Ibanez, Dillion, Xaviere , Carvin, Washburn, Agile, Crate Palomino V32 Combo, and Traynor.

    For more information about Guitars 4 Vets or the event, visit the local chapter’s Facebook page or contact Hutchinson at The chapter will be posting pictures of the items to be auctioned on their Facebook page.

    For more information about Guitars 4 Vets, visit the web site of the national organization.

  36. As web master, I got this email from Kenneth Haag.

    Our band, “The Bees’ Knees”, features songs of the 1920’s & 30’s. We are looking for a double bass player who would be interested in learning the repertoire of this era and playing occasional gigs with us, including a recording session in late October. My friend, Brian Rivers, suggested to contact your group for possible references.

    You can contact him at this email address (which I have altered to avoid spam):


  37. Eric Hanson posted info about this songwriting course on Facebook earlier this summer. Thanks to him I signed up and took the course. I completed it last week. If you are interested in songwriting, I highly recommend it. It does take a time commitment for six weeks. There is a new course starting 10/14/13. It is one of many free online courses offered at Check it out at:

  38. My name is Susan. I’m a 55 year old music lover (esp. bluegrass). I would like to play the violin (or fiddle!) My daughter has a violin from her school days I could borrow. Do you know anybody that could teach me? I am a former contra dancer, too!

    I live in Morrow and work in Montgomery. Thanks

  39. To all QCB members:

    This is our “official” press release

    The national program, Guitars 4 Vets, has established a chapter at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. This is a501 c (3) program (there are NO paid positions within the organization) that provides free guitar lessons for those veterans that are being treated for PTSD. The vets receive a 45 minute lesson once a week for 8 weeks. Student guitars are provided. After successful completion of the program the graduate is awarded a new acoustic guitar and accessories.

    This is a music therapy program that provides veterans dealing with the effects of PTSD another tool to use to help manage their symptom and their lives. I am a disabled veteran with PTSD. I know the value of music in my life and how guitar playing helps to keep me centered and living in the present.

    This national program is in over 25 VA Medical Centers and has given over 80,000 lessons and graduated over 1,200 veterans since our inception in 2007.

    I would hope that we could talk in the near future to answer any questions you may have. Please visit our national website and our local Facebook page listed below. We are sponsored nationally by Gibson Guitar, Premier Guitar magazine and the Hal Leonard Corporation. Our local supporters are listed on our Facebook page.

    We would greatly appreciate your assistance in letting our community of veterans. We ARE seeking individuals who would like to get involved by becoming a volunteer guitar instructor for the program. The commitment is 1 hour a week for 8 weeks per student.

    Our Facebook page is:

    Our Facebook page:


    Richard Hutchinson, Founder and PIO G4V Cincinnati,
    Scott Higgins, Chapter Coordinator
    Sonny Moorman, Program Coordinator


  40. If it does work out, Neville, you would be playing with one of the good ones. Tony’s an excellent bassist.

  41. i may be interested depending on the time commitment. i’m a working dad of two teen girls who loves to play bass when i can. can we connect to discuss?


  42. Does anyone know a bassist and or percussionist that would want to work with a group doing mainly originals? Have excellent vocalist and mandolin and yours truly.

  43. Old fashion jam session going, thursday nights (starting 6/6 at the Just Saab showroom as “Quesadillas & Classics*) They are trying to pump some life into M’ville and Robin Hoerstmeyer’s daughter has an Airstream food truck. Classics means Cars, Guitars and Cycles (motor & slow) Spread the word to other folks too! Andy radin 543-8636

  44. Got this email today (May 19)

    Dear Eric and Queen City Balladeers,

    My mother, Lynn Wasnak, passed away last Tuesday. She was a great fan of your organization and I accompanied her a couple of times to your events. SHE LOVED IT!

    There was an obituary in the ‘Friday Enquirer’. I thought some members might like to know.

    I will be having a memorial (potluck party) next weekend sometime at her apartment in Clifton. I will send details in the near future.

    Sing a song or two for her.

    Diane (her daughter) Wasnak

    Here’s the link to Lynn’s obituary:

    And here’s the link to Lynn’s Facebook page.

  45. Established bluegrass/folk/Americana band that focuses on an “old timey” sound, seeks guitarist (male or female) between the ages of about 24-45 who can sing and harmonize.

    Usually booked for 3-5 paying gigs per month, mostly weekends (though the summer festival season can get heavier). We are already booked at several major festivals for this year, and are working on new bookings all the time.

    We play a mix of bluegrass, traditional folk tunes, and old time country. We have a few originals, and are working on writing more — we’d like to record an album before the end of the year. We are seeking someone who is professional, experienced, creative, and works well in a tight-knit group. Current instrumentation is mandolin, banjo, and bass.

    Tech-savvy folks are appreciated (but not a requirement), as we have a strong social media presence that we ask all members to take part in, and rely on a detailed online calendar for our booking/practice schedule. We have a dedicated practice space and rehearse once a week (more for special occasions or when working on/writing new music).

    If interested, please email information about yourself, your influences, your experience, and links to any audio/video clips you have online to

  46. The Carolina Chocolate Drops will be performing at Miami University HAMILTON Campus (Parrish Auditorium) this coming Monday evening, Nov 19, 2012 at 7:30 pm. Great news for lovers of old-time stringband music! Call 529-3200 for ticket information or go online to

  47. Ellie Fabe
    Next gig– September 15 College HIll Coffee House 7:30-9:30 pm 6128 Hamilton Avenue at North Bend Road

    Phone: 513-542-2739 (BREW)

    College Hill Coffee Company
    Just an FYI of where I will be playing Saturday night. COLLEGE HILL COFFEE CO. (They have some pretty good food I understand– There’s even gluten free pizza…) Come out if you’re looking for someplace to be.

    I’ll be playing 7:30-9:30pm. That’s a longer gig than usual and I’m looking forward to it. SHARE WITH A FRIEND– Thanks!

    Maybe see ya.


    Saturday, September 22, 2012
    7:30-10:00pm (beginner instructions at 7:00)
    Music by Rabbit Hash String Band, caller Russ Childers
    North Presbyterian Church, 4222 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati OH
    $7 at the door
    Questions? (513) 732-2015

  49. The 50th Anniversary Committee has started off this new season with a wonderful display of memorabilia. The posters, the scrapbooks and the slideshow were a great idea and we all look forward to the events they have planned through the upcoming year!


    There will be a summer jam again this year. The plan is Sundays at Sharon Woods at 6:00 starting the week after the last Leo of the season. Last year we had a good group for the weekly session. Papa Joe will be the coordinator this year, so email or contact him with questions. We will try to make announcements at Leo and at the jam circle, but pass the word.

  51. Right foot? Left foot? Two left feet? Start out the new year on yer lucky RABBIT foot!

    The RABBIT HASH STRING BAND invites y’all to swing yer partner and do si do at the NORTHSIDE SQUARE DANCE. Russ Childers calls and teaches traditional hoedown dances to high energy old-time music. Beginners welcome!

    Saturday, January 14, 2012
    Music by Rabbit Hash String Band, caller Russ Childers
    Presented by Urban Appalachian Council with funding by the Ohio Arts Council
    North Presbyterian Church, 4222 Hamilton Avenue (across from the Northside Library), Cincinnati OH
    $7 at the door
    Questions? (513) 732-2015 or (513) 523-1198

    Tell a friend and help us spread the word. Keep community dance traditions alive in Cincinnati!

    Psst – It’s a weekend celebration! Come back on Sunday, 1:00-5:00, for UAC’s annual event, Ringing in the Appalachian New Year. Bring a dish for the community potluck, enter the Pie Contest, hear stories and write your own on the Word Quilt, listen to Rabbit Hash String Band and others, and dance with the Crossroads Dance Team.

    Thanks for your support of our traditional arts.

    Russ and Barb Childers, Warren and Judy Waldron (Rabbit Hash String Band)

  52. I would like to join people who love to play music. I specialize in Scottish fiddle but love to play and compose backup for singers. Have performed with The Dave Hawkins Band as well as The Sweeney’s plus a few other singer songwriters. Some of you have heard me at Leo Coffee House. Dave’s gone on to his other band so I don’t get to play much anymore.

  53. On the home page this week, I posted the following::

    All this has happened before, and all this will happen again. (A fabulous QCB no-prize to the first one to email me at with the correct Pop Culture reference for this sentence. A second fabulous no-prize to the person who emails me with the Pop Culture reference for the term no-prize.)

    The winner of two fabulous no-prizes is: Julie Hotchkiss.

    Said Julie: “I knew the first line of Peter Pan right away, but I didn’t know where “no-prize” came from–but now I do, so I learned something new today–never been a big comics fan, but I have certainly read a Marvel Comic or two. So, the no-prize is a faux prize . . . that could be the beginning of a song.”

    There is a second pop culture reference to the line, “All this has happened before, all this will happen again.” The Cylons in Battlestar Galactica.

  54. The Summer Jams, 2011, are done. Everyone who came pretty much agreed it was a lot of fun, so we expect to do it again next year. Thanks go to Dave and Brad for coming up with the idea.

    Hope to see the summer jammers at the winter jam as well at the Leo starting next Sunday,

  55. Announcing…that Bryan Bowers (autoharp master, singer, songwriter and storyteller) will be performing on Sunday, Nov 13, 2011 at the Hopedale Unitarian Universalist Community at 8pm. Hopedale is on Rt 27 just south of Oxford, OH–on the right side of the road if you’re coming from the Cincy direction.

    The event is a benefit for the Hopedale UUC, “Gathering to Give” charity group projects.

    Tickets are $15.00 ($10.00 for seniors–age 60+). To reserve your tickets and get more information call (513) 280-1044 or email. Liz Woedl: Send payment to: Hopedale UU Community, PO box 625, Oxford, OH 45056.

    Seating is limited to 60 people, so best not to wait to get your tickets. He puts on a terrific show–as anyone who has been to one of his concerts will tell you.

  56. The Episopal church just east of Hyde Park square does an acoustic Celtic Mass on Sundays@ 5.
    And Alice does great music @ Holy Trinity in Norwood.

  57. Looking for a band: Hey fellow Leo-ites…I’m looking to join or start a band. Does your ensamble need a finger style guitar player with a bunch of original material? Can do blues, jazz and folky stuff. Some of you may know me from open mic or a set I did 3 weeks ago at Leo’s. Looking to do mainly original stuff but open to traditional etc. Looking for a bass player, some other instruments and/or vocalists. Ultimate goal is to get some sets down and be out gigging on weekends. Got lots of original material. Can arrange for you to hear it….have CD’s and/or MySpace etc. e-mail: Neville

  58. I attended a Methodist Church in Pittsburgh that did a weekly service with a bluegrass gospel format. Are there any churches in the Cincinnati area with a quality acoustic folk, Appalachian (mountain string) or blue grass music format? (Preferably east side)


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