Save Our Strays Vol 5 CD Release Show #2 – 2/5/2010 at Northside Tavern

The second Save Our Strays “FREE LAP DANCES VOLUME 5: FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS” CD release party will be held on Friday, February 5 at Northside Tavern, 4163 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH, (513) 542-3603

This is a free event. CDs will be sold for just $5. We will also have additional items for sale. ALL PROCEEDS from sales of CDs and this event will go to Save Our Strays (

Live music will be performed by the following:
9:30 – Nathan Holscher & the Ohio 5 (
10:45 – Daughters & Sons (
12:00 – Buckra (

Jacob Heinz of award-winning local band, Buckra, produced this CD as well as the first four of the “FREE LAP DANCES” music compilation series. Musicians featured on this CD include The Banana Convention, Buckra, Cash Flagg, Culture Queer, Daughters & Sons, Feed the Kitty, Giant Wow, Loco Zydeco, Mack West, Nathan Holscher & the Ohio 5, Paulina Logan, The Seedy Seeds, Sparrow Bellows, Spiral Arm, and Willy D.

Save Our Strays ( was organized in 1998 to help reduce the number of stray cats and dogs in Greater Cincinnati through non-lethal methods. We are a non-profit, 501c(3) organization. We do not have a shelter, but, rather, foster animals in the homes of volunteers. Our goals are to help humanely control the local stray population by using the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) method for feral cats and adoption for cats and dogs when possible.

CDs may also be purchased at Chicken Lays an Egg, Everybody’s Records, Mole’s. Natural Life (Hyde Park/Oakely), Pinnokio’s Hair Studio and Shake-it Records as well as through
Compilation #1
Compilation #2
Compilation #3
Compilation #4
Compilation #5

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Cats & dogs go into heat at a young age and reproduce up to 4 times each year. 1 cat & her offspring can produce up to 420,000 kittens in 7 years. 1 dog & her offspring can produce up to 67,000 puppies in 6 years. Over 34,000 pets are euthanized in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky shelters *every year.* Millions are euthanized nationally. Please sterilize your pets and all strays.