The vereee talented Mary Ellen Tanner has started a weekly gig singing at Chez Nora's in Covington's Mainstrasse. Backed by her trio (including the venerable jazz drummer John von Ohlen), she performs every Sunday at 7. If you've never seen M.E. perform, jump at the chance- she sings jazz standards in a throaty voice that's heavenly, making you yearn for a zoot suit, wing tips and a cool martini.
On another note, the Beastie Boys just announced more upcoming dates. They'll do a couple of shows next month in Washington, then they're abroad for months and months… Portugal, anyone?
The Enquirer highlighted a new exhibit opening at the University Galleries on Sycamore highlighting the vision of the city's history through art. The Queen City: An Artist's View opens this week and runs through August. For more information call 513.241.1400 or visit www.daap.uc.edu/gallery.
The revamped Downtowner has a good story on local Rockabilly stars Rumble Club. I picked up their latest recently and I am encouraged. They are very traditional sounding rockabilly, but according to the article they like to mix up their sound with a little country or a little punk. Check out their Myspace page for a sample of their sound or hit their website at www.rumbleclub.com.
Where do you land on the awkward scale when the morning after you go to see a play, 2/3rds of the cast of that very same play are at the same coffeehouse you go to?
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I am wondering how this will work.
I love Northside. This article is about Northside, but in reality it is just a test of using a new scheduling function.